Meet The Team
LPTA, FMS, SFMA, DN Active Life Rx
Larry graduated from Odessa College Physical Therapy Assistant program and is now the owner of On Point Movement & Performance Physical Therapy.
He became interested in physical therapy after seeing his dad go through rehab from a knee replacement surgery. Larry was fascinated with the process and wanted to learn how he could help people move well again after losing mobility.
In his free time Larry enjoys CrossFit training, watching action movies, and eating good food. His favorite place to be is with his wife, Jen, his daughter Hannah, and their two pets – Koda the husky and Tito the orange tabby.
PTA, Pregnancy & Postpartum Specialist
Lauren graduated from Tarrant County College Physical Therapy Assistant program in 2013. Her interest and commitment to women’s health & wellness peaked after going through her own pregnancy and births. She became a certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist in 2021.
Lauren’s journey to become a Physical Therapist started when she was only 16 and worked as a tech in an outpatient clinic. She loved the patients she met and became interested in the science of anatomy and the process of healing and rehab.
In her free time, Lauren enjoys gardening, reading and studying, fishing, and having living room dance parties with her kids and her two dogs.
Lara graduated from Emory University with her Masters in Physical Therapy. She has been working in home health geriatrics rehab for more than 15 years.
Lara became interested in physical therapy after suffering an injury from playing competitive tennis. She applied to PT school and originally wanted to go into orthopedics but after becoming close to her grandparents she decided to focus on geriatrics instead.
Originally from Ohio, Lara enjoys playing tennis, reading, and spending time with her family and friends (along with her two goldendoodles, Georgie and Stella!)
OTR/L, CSRS, CLT
Lindsey graduated from Abilene Christian University and is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and Stroke Certified Rehab Specialist.
What inspired Lindsey to become an occupational therapist was being hospitalized for a form of cancer as a child and having personal experience with someone in her family that had special needs. She feels as though God utilized these experiences to help her emphasize with patients and fulfill her purpose as an occupational therapist.
Originally from The Colony, TX, Lindsey spends her free time attending church and spending time with her children.