Steve Nutter, PT
Steve employs various hands-on techniques and physical therapy modalities to assist patients in meeting their desired outcomes. He believes in providing his patients with education so they can continue living healthily after treatment has concluded.
Nutter received over 100 calls following America’s Most Wanted’s airing of their first segment about the girls’ disappearance last January; some came from psychics.
Early Life and Education
Steven Nutter serves as Executive Director of Green Cambridge, a non-profit dedicated to making Cambridge more sustainable. Additionally, he sits on the boards of LivableStreets and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s Human Rights & Social Justice programs communication team as an integral member.
Nutter has directed pilot episodes for multiple television series, such as Arrow and Game of Thrones on CW and HBO respectively. His list of directorial credits also includes Band of Brothers on HBO; for which he received an Emmy award in 2015. In particular, this award recognized Outstanding Directing in Miniseries Movie or Dramatic Special categories.
He is best known for directing the movie The Way Back. Additionally, he and Carie Nutter have two children together – Zoe K. Nutter and Ben Nutter.
Nutter specializes in intellectual property law, complex commercial litigation and business transactions. He has an in-depth knowledge of patent, trademark and copyright matters as well as antitrust and unfair competition law matters; representing corporations both federally and in state court proceedings.
Nutter made his Gillingham debut during 2008-09 and helped lead them back into League One with an outstanding play-off final victory against Shrewsbury Town at Wembley Stadium. He made 54 appearances for Gillingham and also spent time out on loan with St Albans City and Gravesend & Northfleet.
Nutter works with patients of all ages to reduce pain and maximize function. He strongly supports strong patient/therapist partnerships and is dedicated to their success.
Achievement and Honors
Nutter first gained fame as a director with episodes of 21 Jump Street and Booker on ABC as well as The X-Files on FOX. Since then he has directed pilots that went to series, such as Space: Above and Beyond, Millennium, Smallville Without a Trace Dark Angel and Arrow (debuted on The CW 2012 and quickly becoming one of its highest rated series).
Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Delta Pi were his academic honor societies at WVU; in addition, he earned several scholarships such as Presidential Scholarship, Robert C. Byrd Product Engineering Scholarship and Homer P. Nutter Memorial and Steven Michael Freeman Memorial Scholarships.
Echard has written for Mountaineer Magazine and serves on Honors Speak, Gribble Award and Orientation Improvement Council committees. Additionally, she volunteers at Health South Mountainview Rehabilitation Hospital and Morgantown Natural Resources Center.
Nutter strives to reduce pain and maximize function and mobility for his patients. A strong patient-therapist partnership, built upon trust, communication, and education is crucial in order to reach successful results.
Nutter lives in his small hometown of Kahoka, Kansas with his wife Marilyn Lentz and takes great pleasure in golf tournaments, baseball games, hunting and cooking on his Traeger grill. Additionally, he is an ardent supporter of Kansas teams such as Chiefs, Royals and Jayhawks.
Nutter has handled numerous cases in his hometown and takes pride in helping local residents. Additionally, he is renowned for being an outstanding trial attorney, often representing high profile cases before the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Nutter is also married and has four children as well as three brothers.
Nutter has not publicly revealed his net worth; however, he is best known for directing on television shows like The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Sleepwalkers.
Nutter also works as a freelance consultant for clients requiring CRTs for video art installations or period drama productions, making his expertise highly sought-after and commanding a premium price for his services.
Nutter has long been known as an exceptional supporter of local institutions and organizations in Kansas City and Missouri, acting as an influential political power broker while offering financial contributions and advice for political office campaigns. A major donor to Make-A-Wish Foundation he has granted wishes to children living with life-threatening conditions while supporting various educational causes as well.