How it all started...
Hugh Murray attended a conference in California where Robin McKenzie was speaking. Mr. McKenzie actually treated patients in front of the attendees, putting his words into action. His concept of assessment, movement, and symptom reduction was eye opening.
More efficient therapy to reach patients' goals in the best way possible.
Patients come first - we listen to what you have to say!
We treat you with respect.
"The best therapy is the therapy that gets you back to living your life."
We assess each patient individually, learning your symptom behaviors, response to activity, and movements. Then, through a scientific method, we move you to problem solve, which direction of movement reduces your symptoms. Education is a very important part of what we do. When you attend CPT, you'll be given the individualized care you deserve. You won't find that you're placed on equipment or modalities and left to passive techniques that may or may not work.
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Hugh Murray, Physical Therapist with a Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute International, received his degree in Physical Therapy from West Virginia University in 1976, License #237 in West Virginia, with an inactive license in Kentucky and California. He attended the Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Hayward, California, in 1979.Mr. Murray has gained experience in the McKenzie Approach to mechanical pain through examination and treatment of patients, personal study, Diploma training in New Zealand, association with the McKenzie Institute International, and Robin McKenzie. He received his Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute International in 1991.
Bobbi Jo Chapman, OTR/L, CHT, Cert. MDT
Bobbi Jo came to Charleston, West Virginia, in 1995 after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. In 1996, she started focusing on upper extremity therapy at CAMC's outpatient facility. She joined CPT in 2002, becoming a Certified Hand Therapist later that same year, one of only four in the State at that time. In 2010, she became Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. When not at work, she enjoys time with her husband and three children. She has organized the Book Fair at Kenna Elementary for the last three years. She qualified to run the Boston Marathon in 2018.
Thomas Chrisley, PT, DPT.
A South Carolina native, Thomas Chrisley is a 2023 graduate of the Marshall School of Physical Therapy. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina in 2020. Thomas has received extensive post-graduate training in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute USA and is working towards having his certification in MDT within the year. In his free time, Thomas enjoys spending time with his family as well as his girlfriend, working out, playing golf, and evening strolls in the neighborhood with his dog Roman.
Erin handles insurance authorizations, billing, and scheduling your first visit appointment. Erin also manages the compliance of our staff to keep up-to-date credentials. Erin enjoys yoga and her grandchildren.
Vicki is the face that cheerfully greets you as you enter our office. She manages answering phones, scheduling appointments, and taking co-pay payments. When she is not handling the front desk, she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren.