Larry Hixon, PT, Director & Senior Physical Therapist
Larry Hixon earned his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas, and has over 30 years experience as a Physical Therapist in a wide range of clinical settings. He has gained expertise in the evaluation and treatment of Orthopedic, Sports and Neurologically involved patients. Over the years, he has received specialized training in the treatment of various Orthopedic and Neurological impairments with recent training in Cervical and Lumbar dysfunctions. Additionally, he is certified in the Schroth Method for scoliosis through the Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School (BSPTS).
Larry is dedicated to his patients and strives to achieve optimal clinical outcomes. As Director of the Motion Physical Therapy Clinic, he is responsible for management of daily operations and program development.
Cindy Okpegbue, DPT
Dr. Cindy Okpegbue graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine in 2016 at Coppin State University. She then went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Institute of Technology in 2020.
Over the last two years of being a physical therapist, women’s health and empowerment has been her passion. She has taken additional courses in this area to ensure she stays up to date with the latest clinical information. What she loves about being a pelvic floor physical therapist is the ability to educate and advocate for individuals experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction.
Her hobbies include running, lifting weights, listening to podcasts, traveling, and quality time with friends and family. She has participated in a variety of sports, which includes collegiate volleyball at a D1 university. She enjoys meeting new people and assisting individuals in reaching their full potential.
Virginia earned her Associates of Applied Science degree for Physical Therapy Assistant from UTRGV (formerly UT PanAM). She has 27 plus years of experience. Her certification include IASTM using Graston Technique, Kinesotaping, and Myofascial Cupping. She has 19 years of experience working with orthopedic, stroke patients, and other neurological diagnosis in rehab setting. Virginia has been a clinical instructor for many years and enjoys helping PTA Students grow in their skills and profession.