Mark Taylor is a native of Huntington and a 1977 graduate of Marshall University. He received his Physical Therapy degree from West Virginia University in 1982. In 2013, Mark will celebrate 30 years of service at HPT and in the Huntington community. Mark’s scope of practice includes orthopedic outpatients of all types and ages. He specializes in lower extremity rehabilitation of the knee including ACL reconstruction, Total Knee Replacement as well as other surgical and non-surgical knee injuries. Mark has vast experience in knee brace measurement and custom fitting for a variety of conditions. His area of practice also includes over 30 years of experience in treating a variety of sports related injuries and their subsequent rehabilitation and return to play criteria. His experience has allowed him to provide sports outreach services to area middle, and high schools, as well as Marshall University and area professional teams including the Huntington Blizzard and Locomotives to name a few. Mark currently continues to provide treatment and consulting services to Marshall University. In 2006 Mark was elected to the Marshall University Sports Medicine Hall of Fame. Mark takes great pleasure in seeing his patients return to full activities of work and leisure following rehabilitation. Mark’s areas of interest include his family (wife and two daughters) and a variety sports. He is involved in thoroughbred breeding and racing as a hobby.