Greg graduated from West Virginia University in 1977 with a BS in Physical Therapy. After 1 year as the Director of Physical Therapy at Morgan County War Memorial Hospital in Berkley Springs, West Virginia, he relocated to Winchester, Virginia and opened the first independent outpatient clinic (Medical Circle Physical Therapy) in the area. Outpatient sports medicine services were added and in 1983 and in 1985 Greg co-designed the first aquatic rehabilitation facility in the region as the clinic expanded. With three pools, the facility was able to treat a wide variety of orthopedic conditions from the young injured athlete to the senior recovering from joint replacement. Greg also has several years of experience providing industrial on-site physical therapy to injured employees at large corporations in the region. In the early 90’s the clinic became known as Winchester Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. In 1992 a second facility was opened in Charles Town, West Virginia which also provided land-based and aquatic rehab. along with other conventional physical therapy techniques. Over the years, Greg has attended a wide variety of continuing education courses to update and improve his skills. This along with over 35 years of experience in orthopedic physical therapy allows him to continue to provide the highest level of care for those individuals with orthopedic injuries and diseases. Outside of his physical therapy position, he and his wife enjoy tennis, fitness walking and serving in a variety of roles at their local church. He is presently the Clinical Director at Winchester Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (formerly Winchester Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine) Ranson, West Virginia facility.