Hanna Fullaway is a physical therapy assistant serving our Point Pleasant location (although she stops in other locations from time-to-time). Hanna began working at Northeast five years ago and has continued to grow as a well-rounded, hard worker. Hanna is known for her iliopsoas or “hip flexor” release technique which is used to reduce back pain, hip pain, and gait abnormalities. Hanna takes pride in making sure her patients get better and enjoy their experience at our practices.
Hanna first became interested in physical therapy after suffering a torn rotator cuff during her many years of playing competitive softball. While she was rehabbing her injury, she became fascinated by the musculoskeletal system and decided she wanted to learn more. Hanna attended Mercer County Community College where she received her Associates Degree as a PTA.
Hanna is joined at Northeast Spine and Sports Medicine by her brother, Dr. Dustin Fullaway, and sister-in-law, Dr. Nicole Fullaway. Outside of Northeast, Hanna enjoys concerts, working out, and spending time with her niece and nephew.