Dr. Keith Blasingame - PT, DPT President and Founder
Dr. Keith Blasingame, President and Founder of ProActive Physical Therapy Centers, PLLC, has been committed to excellence in patient care since 1994. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1994 with a degree in Physical Therapy, Keith was employed as a staff therapist by a large orthopedic group in Fort Worth, Texas. Within one year, he came to the Houston area to be the Site Coordinator at this group's satellite clinic. In only 9 months, he was able to positively impact the lives of people in the community by serving 120% more patients than when he arrived.
In 1996, Keith took on a new challenge and helped open a Sports Medicine Facility affiliated with a large Houston area hospital. After 4 ½ years in which Keith maintained a relationship with that community, he decided it was time to become an entrepreneur. So, on August 14, 2000, he opened ProActive Physical Therapy’s Pearland Center.
Keith's vision for ProActive Physical Therapy Centers is to offer the community a clinic that is free to make decisions that will benefit the people in the local community. Keith offers numerous programs to benefit the patients of ProActive Physical Therapy Centers. Just a few of the programs are Sports Medicine, TMJ/headache specialty program, Aquatics, Work Hardening, and Job Analysis.
Keith stays very involved with the local communities in which he owns clinics. He has been a Board member of Coppinger YMCA since 2003. Past positions held include: Board member of Pearland Chamber of Commerce, Board member of Pearland Rotary, Board member Project Joy and Hope, President of Pearland chapter of BNI, Membership Committee member of Pasadena chapter of BNI, member of steering committee for Texas Invitational basketball tournament, elected King for 2004 Pearland Neighborhood Center, and member of Fastbreak Booster Club in Pearland. It is through these affiliations that Keith feels he is able to make the biggest impact on giving back to the communities.
Amy Hudak - PT Pearland Clinic Director
Amy and her family moved to Texas from Connecticut in 2005. A native of the East Coast, she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy at Quinnipiac University in 1988. Amy has been a practicing physical therapist for more than 27 years, with 25 of those spent in outpatient orthopedic settings. Specializing in manual therapy techniques, aquatics, and therapeutic exercise with a concentration on core strengthening, Amy has been a part of the ProActive Team since 2009, 1st as the director in Clear Lake, and currently in Pearland. She has been trained in multiple manual therapy techniques, including Muscle Energy, CST, Mulligan & Myofascial Release. Amy is also trained in Custom Splinting for the upper extremities.
When she’s not at work, Amy pursues her love of singing as part of the Grace Community Church Worship Team (though she’s been known to bust out in song at work, too!) She also enjoys spending time with her family, attending her son's college football games, reading, and exercising (she’s a fan of running and kickboxing workouts). Amy also recently became a "Mamie" (grandma) and is enjoying every moment she can get her hands on her beautiful granddaughter!
Amy’s goal is to make each person’s physical therapy experience both effective and fun!
To contact or refer your patients to Amy call 713-436-3900 today.
Dr. Taylor Randle - PT, DPT FAAOMPT, CSCS Clear Lake Clinic Director
Taylor Randle was born in Houston and raised in Richmond, Texas where he quickly developed an affinity for sports and performance training. A three-sport athlete in high school, Taylor continued on to Texas A&M University in College Station to play football, where he played wide receiver for the Aggies. In 2011, Taylor graduated with a B.S in Exercise Science with a concentration in Motor Behavior and a double minor in Psychology and Africana Studies.
Striving to make a difference in the community and people’s lives through health and performance, Taylor decided to pursue the field of Physical Therapy. Taylor received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015 from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. Taylor has a wide variety of treating experience ranging from college athletics to inpatient rehabilitation. However, his passion is with pediatric sports. His infectious personality and enthusiasm are cornerstones in his treatment philosophy. Taylor’s mission and vision for the field of physical therapy is to bridge the gap between the health professional and patient by providing patient-centered, patient-first care. Taylor is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists, Texas Physical Therapy Association, & the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Taylor’s hobbies include traveling, live music, movies/plays, sports and spending quality time with his family, friends, and English bulldog, “Winston”. In clinic, he has been known to showcase his love for music with occasional back up vocals to The Temptations, Sam Cooke, Josh Abbott Band, Adele and more!
Welcome to the Proactive Family! Get Moving!
Lisa Simon - PT, MSPT Pasadena Clinic Director
Lisa Simon, PT, MSPT, is a native Houstonian. She has lived in Europe, NYC and New Orleans, but came full circle to her hometown in 2001. She graduated top of her class at City University of New York -- magna cum laude and commencement speaker for her graduating class of 1987. She then pursued a career in acting with her most unusual job as co-star of an Off-Broadway Splatter Rock Musical with a cult following! Upon leaving the acting field, she pursued a career in fitness. As a personal trainer in NYC, she wrote feature articles for Harper’s Bazaar and Glamour Magazine. Later she would attend Texas Woman’s University for physical therapy. For nearly 20 years, Lisa has worked in a variety of clinical settings. She has loved it all for the joy she receives in helping others achieve a higher quality of life thru the rehabilitation process. Her greatest passion is orthopedics and she is delighted to have come full circle once again. She employs a variety of manual therapy techniques which includes trigger point dry needling. She emphasizes the importance of good posture and core strength and wants patients to feel at ease while reaching their maximum functional potential. Outside of work, she is with her family, taking spin classes, or crafting. She and her husband love teaching children’s Sunday school.
Dr. Julia Moroziuk DPT
Julia graduated with Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Texas Woman’s University, Houston campus, in 2018. She discovered her passion for physical therapy while volunteering in Houston hospitals during her first year of living in Texas. She moved to Houston in 2012, after earning Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Liberal Arts from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Julia’s primary areas of interest are rehabilitation from orthopedic injuries and treatment of chronic pain. She utilizes manual techniques, strength training, and current evidence on pain science to help patients achieve their goals.
Outside of the gym, Julia enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, and exploring different cultures across the globe
Dr. Karen Keeler - PT, DPT, OCS
Karen earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Texas A&M University in 2002, and went on to earn her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Texas State University in 2005. After working at an outpatient orthopedic clinic in her home town of San Antonio for almost two years, she decided to try traveling physical therapy. Her assignments took her all over Texas and to the Lake Tahoe area, and she worked in a variety of settings. Lake Tahoe and Reno have become one of her favorite places, and she returns yearly.
Upon “retiring” from traveling physical therapy, she returned to San Antonio and again worked in an outpatient orthopedic facility. She earned her Orthopedic Specialization with the APTA in 2013, and moved to Austin, where she worked in sports medicine clinics. Since then, she earned her transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch. She recently moved to Houston, and loves any outdoor activities she can do with her dog, Brady. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Sara Steinocher - PT, DPT, CSOMT
Sara is from the small town of Hallettsville, TX, where she grew up as a country kid with a love for sports and adventure. As a proud member of the Fighting Texas Aggie class of 2011, she spent her days in College Station working with the Aggie volleyball team, playing club volleyball and multiple intramural sports, volunteering as a counselor for Transfer Camp, coaching, and singing in her church choir.
Her interest in physical therapy developed from her love of sports and improving her performance and peaked when her brother underwent surgery and rehab for a baseball injury. Sara decided to pursue a career in physical therapy, because it is the perfect way to combine her love of helping others with her desire to problem solve, all while being able to dance around while listening to music at work! She attained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in Houston in 2016, where she received the “Energizer Bunny” Award. Sara is excited to be a part of the family atmosphere at ProActive and is currently pursuing her specialization in orthopedic and manual physical therapy through the Institute for Athlete Regeneration fellowship program.
The flip side of Sara’s work-life balance includes playing sports, CrossFit, running ridiculous distances, camping, traveling, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Dr. Andy McGinnis - PT, DPT
Andy McGinnis, PT, DPT was born in Amarillo, TX. Andy is one of seven children. He lived in the panhandle of Texas until he graduated high school in 2006, and then attended college at West Texas A&M from 2006-2009. He then moved to Galveston and worked in substance addiction research until 2011. Andy then worked as an Assistant Manager at Discount Tire Co. for 2 years while his wife was in professional school for PT. Andy attended physical therapy school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston from 2014-2017 where he graduated with his doctorate of physical therapy. Andy is a husband and father of 2 beautiful daughters, Payton and Brynlee. When not at work, Andy spends most of his free time with his family and friends. Andy loves anything sports related , especially soccer and football, and enjoys playing recreational sports as a hobby. He has a passion for orthopedic physical therapy and being able to help individuals heal and grow and reach their full potential. Andy's goals include obtaining a manual certification and specialty certification in the fields of orthopedic physical therapy.
Dr. Lindsay Sutera - PT, DPT
Lindsay Sutera grew up in Houston where she was constantly active in sports and dance. Lindsay was exposed to physical therapy at a young age due to multiple sports injuries which initiated her interest in the field. Softball was her primary sport and she had the opportunity to play for Louisiana State University. Lindsay graduated from LSU in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. Lindsay then attended Texas Tech University Health Sciences in Odessa, Texas, and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017
Lindsay's main physical therapy interests involve sports performance/athletics and orthopedics. Lindsay plans on earning her Certification in Sports and Orthopedic Manual Therapy soon as well as becoming a certified specialist in Orthopedics and Athletics in the near future.
In her free time, Lindsay likes to participate in anything active, spend time with family and friends, and does CrossFit.
Dr. Sarah Ardoin - PT, DPT
Sarah is originally from a small town called Jennings, Louisiana. She is a graduate of Texas Woman's University, class of 2017. Sarah moved to Houston in 2014 to attend PT school after earning her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She has completed several rotations in the Houston area and decided to move here permanently to pursue a career in orthopedic physical therapy. Sarah's professional goals include becoming certified in manual therapy techniques, as well as becoming an Orthopedic Certified Specialist.
Sarah became interested in physical therapy while working at a running store fitting shoes for runners and triathletes. She continues to enjoy running and exercise during her free time, as well as exploring several of Houston's local breweries and restaurants with her newly wedded husband and two dogs.
Earl Williams - PTA
Earl is an experienced Physical Therapist Assistant that has returned to ProActive Physical Therapy Centers, after providing home physical therapy for the past few years. With nearing two decades of experience, Earl works to provide the best care to his patients as they manage to return to their highest level of function. Earl utilizes his knowledge and skills not only to help patients overcome their current impairments, but to educate his patients in prevention of injury with return to activities of daily living. Prior to his initial tenure with ProActive from 2004 to 2011, Earl attended Houston Community College Systems where he received his Associate Degree for Physical Therapist Assistant in 2004. He also received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Howard University in 1994. Earl’s philosophy is …”joints are made to move!”
April Royall - PTA
April joined the ProActive team in 2009 and since has extensive experience in aquatics, outpatient orthopedics, and vestibular disorders utilizing advanced training through Mulligan Concepts and various manual techniques.
She attended San Jacinto College and was part of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She is always looking to expand her knowledge and learn from others.
In addition to work April loves spending time with her family, being outdoors and traveling.