Mike Martin, PT, is co-owner of Bridgeport Physical Therapy Services. Mike received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1981 from West Virginia University. He was employed as a staff Physical Therapist at United Hospital Center in 1981 and 1982. Mike worked as the Chief Physical Therapist at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon from 1982 to 1984. Mike has been in private practice since 1984. In his spare time, Mike enjoys spending time with this wife Kim and their four children Michael, Matt, Molly and Patrick and their granddaughter Aryanna. Mike also enjoys coaching youth sports, woodworking and running the Challenger Division of Bridgeport Little League for handicapped children along with his wife Kim. Mike is very active in the community and has received honors such as Harrison County Citizen of the Year in 2004 and the Michael Benedum Fellow award in 2005, he was inducted into the Bridgeport High School Hall of Fame in 2011 and was named an Irish Legend at his alma mater, Notre Dame High School in 2013. Because of their community work with the Challenger Baseball League Mike, along with his wife Kim have received the 2012 West Virginia Executive Magazine Youth Sports Supporter of the year award for West Virginia as well as the 2008 Cecil Jarvis Leadership Award. Mike has over 33 years of experience treating many different conditions and he specializes in Myofascial Release. He is an advanced therapist with the John F. Barnes myofascial release treatment approach.
Jack Spatafore, DPT, MS EXPH. Jack is co-owner of Bridgeport Physical Therapy. He is a 1991 graduate of Bridgeport High School. He received his Masters in Exercise Physiology in 1996 from WVU and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va. in 2001. He and his wife Maria live in Bridgeport and enjoy spending time with their four children Olivia, Anthony, Jack and Nina. Jack is very active in the community with youth sports as a board member and coach. He is an active board member of Bridgeport Little League baseball and Bridgeport Jerry West basketball. He is an active West Virginia physical therapy board member serving on the disciplinary and continued education committee for the past 8 years.
Christa Randolph graduated from West Virginia University with a Masters of Physical Therapy in 2005. Upon graduation, Christa began her professional career at Bridgeport Physical Therapy. She has certifications in ASTYM, FDN (Functional Dry Needling), MET (Muscle Energy Techniques), and MFR (Myofascial Release) allowing her to assist patients with musculoskeletal dysfunctions. She also is a certified with Sole Supports to provide patients with custom orthotics. Her areas of interests include orthopedic rehab, manual therapy and pediatric interventions. She is also received a clinical faculty appointment from WVU due to her involvement as a clinical instructor for WVU DPT students. She also provides affiliations for other PT and PTA programs nationwide. Christa is a life-long resident of Bridgeport and resides with her husband, Ben and children, Taylor and Alex.
Tracy Garavaglia, MS, PT, ATC graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998. She has also been a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer since 1998. She is certified to perform ASTYM and Kinetacore trigger point dry needling, and she has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation. Tracy resides in Jane Lew with her husband Rick and their two children, Adison and Matthias.
Kim Nolte graduated from the University of Montana with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998. She has worked in Iowa, New York, and Colorado in various outpatient settings. She has attended continuing education classes for the Maitland approach and Myofascial techniques. Kim resides in Bridgeport with her husband Isaac and their two children, Tristan and Brody.
Bobbi Jo Ridenour
Bobbi Jo Ridenour completed her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from Alderson Broaddus College in 2005. She continued her education at West Virginia University and graduated in 2009 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Bobbi Jo has also obtained certifications in ASTYM, Functional Dry Needling, Muscle Energy Technique, and Myofascial Release during her professional career at Bridgeport Physical Therapy. Her areas of interest include sports related injuries, orthopedic rehab, and manual therapy. Bobbi Jo and her husband, Jason, reside in the area and enjoy spending time with their son Wesley.
Lawren Sandy, MPT, graduated from the University of Findlay with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010. Her educational background also includes an Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapy Assistant and Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Administration both from Fairmont State University. Lawren has over 15 years of clinical experience at Bridgeport Physical Therapy with treatment certifications in Functional Dry Needling, Muscle Energy Techniques, and Myofascial Release. Lawren resides in Clarksburg with her husband, Paul, and their daughter, Delaney.
James R. Seifried, DPT, PT is a 2015 graduate of Saint Francis University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He is trained in Functional Mobilization, Myofascial Release, and Functional Manual Taping to aid in client care. James has developed an interest in working with patients who have spinal conditions, sports related injuries, orthopedic rehabilitation and manual therapy needs. He lives in the area with his wife, Katie. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family, friends, and being outdoors.
Julie Harbert, OTR/L, CLT, LMT graduated from West Virginia University with a Master of Occupational Therapy Degree in 2007. She became a Certified Lymphedema Therapist in 2010, trained by the Norton School for Lymphatic Drainage. Julie is also a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her areas of interest include hand therapy and lymphedema. Julie resides in the area with her husband, Marc, and two sons, Liam and Declan.