Specializing In The Rehabilitation Of Orthopedic, Sports, And Industrial Injuries
Dr. Baker earned her Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology from Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. She went on to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University. She has attended several continuing education courses from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and her interests include orthopedics and geriatrics. Dr. Baker has primarily specialized in the acute care setting since 2009 and currently assists to direct physical therapy at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center. She loves to see her patients reach their personal goals and live a better quality of life. Jaya was a competitive runner and swimmer for over a decade. Outside of work, she currently enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, running, swimming, hiking, cooking and travelling. Her family attends Bethesda Temple of Praise. Dr. Baker believes in the strong connection between spirit, mind, and body and strives to take a holistic approach to wellness.
Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy
3942 Davis Stuart Rd., Suite 3
Ronceverte, WV 24970-9549
Across from Eastern Greenbrier Middle School
Monday - Thursday: 7 AM - 6 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Or By Appointment
Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy accepts all major insurance plans, including Medicare, Medicaid, Worker's Compensation, as well as self-payment. As a courtesy to our patients, we will complete and submit claims to insurance companies; deductibles and co-payments are due at the time of service.
Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy's experienced staff offers a wide range of rehabilitative services with an emphasis on outpatient orthopedics, sports injuries, work injuries, industrial injuries, aquatic therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Depending on the type of injury, most rehabilitation programs are exercise based integrating a biomechanical analysis of the structures involved and principles of tissue healing. We also provide all inpatient care at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center. Athletic training services are also provided to Greenbrier East High School and Eastern Greenbrier Middle School.
Bob Haas is a native of Renick and a graduate of Greenbrier East High School. Dr. Haas brings over 28 years of experience in orthopedics and sports medicine to GVPT. Prior to obtaining his Doctorate of physical therapy degree, Bob served as director of sports medicine at GVPT, providing coverage and medical care to area sports programs. Bob formerly served as assistant athletic trainer for the Dallas Cowboys from 1994-2001. Bob served as a graduate assistant and obtained his Masters degree from UNLV from 1992-1994. He earned his BS degree in Athletic Training at WVU in 1992. Bob and his wife Emily, who is a secondary schools special education teacher, have two children. Bob also continues to volunteer his time to provide care and game coverage to the local school athletic program.
James is a 1997 graduate of West Virginia University with a Master’s of Physical Therapy degree. He has been employed with Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy since October 1997. During his time at GVPT, he has taken over 200 hours of continuing education on topics ranging from spine care, biomechanical analysis/orthotic fabrication, pain management, and work ergonomics. In 2012, he passed the Orthopedic Certification Specialty exam becoming one of the approximately 50 in the state of WV with that distinction. A native of Pocahontas County, he currently resides in Maxwelton with his wife and two children.
Stephanie received her Bachelor of Arts degree and Master's of Occupational Therapy from West Virginia University. She has national certification with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy. Stephanie specializes in hand therapy, but also sees patients who have suffered strokes and traumatic brain injuries as well as pediatric patients. Stephanie resides in Maxwelton with her husband, Travis, and their children, Gracie and Brayden. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and is active in her church.
Travis received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from West Virginia University in spring 2006 before completing 2 years of Master’s level work in Exercise Physiology while finishing up his Mountaineer football career (2002-2006). He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from West Virginia University School of Medicine in 2011. The 2002 Greenbrier East graduate was excited to accept an offer to return home to Greenbrier County and join GVPT after completing his education at WVU. Travis is a member of the GVPT Sports Medicine staff and assists covering local middle school and high school athletic events. In 2013, he organized/founded the annual "Muscles for Miracles: 24hr Challenge for Hope" which helps raise funds to support local charities and families of those who may have had physical abilities stripped by disease or critical illness. When not in clinic, Travis enjoys helping local athletes and individuals meet their athletic, health, and fitness goals through personal training as owner of Mountaineer Performance, LLC. After his college football career, he spent 6 years bull riding professionally with the Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association and has represented the U.S. in international Irish Road Bowling competition twice (2010, 2015). He is a member of Lewisburg United Methodist Church, an avid adventure racer (Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, Warrior Dash), Crossfitter, and outdoor enthusiast.
Marcie received both her BS and MS from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. She is licensed by The American Speech Language and Hearing Association and the West Virginia Board of Examiners for Speech Pathology and Audiology. She served as two term President of the West Virginia Speech Language Hearing Association. Her treatment focuses on both pediatrics (infant) through adult while specializing in Dysphagia (swallowing disorders), Aphasia, Apraxia, and phonological disorders. She is certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Therapy Treatment Program as well as the Modified Barium Swallowing Impairment Protocol. Marcie has been residing in Greenbrier County for over 16 years, originally from Hancock County, WV. Marcie enjoys spending time with her husband and their 6 children.
Sue is a native of Sinks Grove, WV, and is a graduate of Union High School. She's been an employee of Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy (GVPT) since 1992 and has extensive experience and expertise working as a physical therapy aide with in-patient and out-patient care. Prior to joining GVPT, Sue worked as a C.N.A. at The Shenandoah Manor. Sue and her husband, Virgil, live in Pickaway, WV.
Angie is a graduate of Greenbrier East High School and attended Greenbrier Community College. She has over 25 years of combined experience in various physical therapy office roles. Angie began working for McCue and Associates Physical Therapy in 1992 and continued with GVPT in 1996. Angie enthusiastically ensures that every aspect of our office runs smoothly. She works extensively with patient accounts as well as a variety of supervisory duties. Angie attends Bethesda Church and enjoys spending time with her family.
Cindy Evans, Accounts Receivable and Billing Clerk, joined Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy in 2003. As well as specializing in accounts receivable and billing, she is also our Human Resources director. Cindy is a native of Ronceverte, WV. She graduated from Greenbrier East High School and attended Greenbrier Community College. Outside of work, Cindy enjoys boating, biking, camping and other outdoor activities with her family.
Kristy is a graduate of Greenbrier West High School. She has been a GVPT employee since 2014. As our front desk receptionist, Kristy greets patients with a smile and works with patients scheduling appointments, insurance authorization, and many other duties. She previously worked for the Greenbrier Hotel in the tennis and fitness facility. Kristy is married to Michael Bolt and they reside in Lewisburg with their five children. She enjoys sports activities involving her children and spending time with her family.
Kevin, a West Virginia native, earned a BS in Education from Virginia Tech in 1985 and an MA in Health from Morehead State University prior to obtaining Master’s and Doctorate Degrees in Physical Therapy from Baylor University. In addition, Dr. Workman is board certified in Clinical Electrophysiology, (ECS), becoming one of the few physical therapists in the country with this distinction. Kevin’s professional experience includes active duty service in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg, NC, from 1987-1992 where he participated in Operation Desert Storm and attained the rank of Captain. He served as Clinical Director of Morgantown Physical Therapy Associates prior to founding Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy in Lewisburg, WV, in 1996. Kevin is a nationally certified athletic trainer and volunteers a significant portion of his time and resources to provide sports medicine services to area school and youth sports programs. Kevin and his wife, Pamela, have four sons.
A native of Greenbrier County, Lisa returned to the area when she joined the GVPT outpatient team in 2003. After serving in the US Navy, Lisa pursued her interest in physical therapy and graduated from Mountain State University in 2003 with a Physical Therapist Assistant associate's degree. Lisa lives in Maxwelton with her husband, James, and their two lovely daughters, Mia and Ava. Besides spending time with her family, Lisa loves painting and photography and enjoys running, participating in local races and spending time fishing and biking.
Morgan Jones has been a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant since 2000. He attended Ohio State University for one year in 1991 before switching his career path to attend massage therapy school in Akron, Ohio. He practiced massage therapy from 1993 -1997 before attending Washington State Community College in Marietta, Ohio, to earn his Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) degree and license. With his massage background, he specializes in soft tissue manual therapy techniques. He moved to West Virginia and has been employed at Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy since 2003. In his spare time he enjoys mountain biking, trail running, white water sports, and snowboarding.
C. Mark Tincher was born and raised near Toledo, OH, and studied fine arts at The University of Toledo upon graduation from high school. In 2001, he moved to West Virginia where he was married. His wife works as an Occupational Therapist in the Greenbrier County school system. In 2005, Mark graduated from Mountain State University with an Associate Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant. He enjoys running and spending time with his wife and two children, Isaac and Lily.
Geri, a native of Philadelphia, PA, moved to Lewisburg with her husband, Christian, and daughters, Isabelle and Stephanie in 2003. In 2016, she received her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from New River Community & Technical College at which time Geri joined our team at Greenbrier Valley Physical Therapy. As a family they enjoy traveling, skiing and spending time together. You may recognize Geri in the community as she is also a Yoga and Fitness instructor.
Daniel Davis is a 2009 graduate of Richwood High School having then earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology in 2013 as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. Daniel’s primary interest is in the area of Orthopaedics but enjoys working in acute, skilled, and outpatient care as well. He now resides in Leivasy, WV. Daniel’s interests outside of work include traveling, and he is an avid fan of auto racing.
Laura Caldwell is from Talcott, WV, and graduated from Summers County High School in 2002 where she won WV State championships in basketball and track and field (shuttle hurdle relay). Laura obtained her A.A.S. from Marshall University Community and Technical College in 2007. She always had an interest in health care especially since her brother, Craig, had to be hospitalized frequently. Laura chose her degree in physical therapy to work in an acute setting striving to help people get back on their feet. She enjoys treating geriatric, orthopedic, general surgery, and ICU patients and finds it rewarding to assist them with their recovery. Laura lives on her family farm with her two children, Brooklyn and Kobe. They love the outdoors and are often found biking, swimming, rafting, and camping.
Pamela, a native of Morehead, KY, earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration and Master’s in Higher Education and Guidance & Counseling from Morehead State University. She has taught business classes at the middle school, high school, and college levels in KY, TX, & NC. Her passion is service to others as she has been active in volunteer work in the communities in which she has lived as well as in other countries. Pamela and her husband, Kevin, have four sons.