Dr. Brandi Renfro, PT, DPT, Cert. DN, PWR!Moves Certified Therapist


Physical Therapist

Brandi was born and raised in Ames, Oklahoma. She went to the University of Oklahoma and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in 2010. After graduating, she attended the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2014. She earned her Certification in Dry Needling in 2021 and Parkinson's Wellness Recovery Moves Certification in 2022.

Brandi has practiced in outpatient physical therapy clinics and home health agencies in both Oklahoma and Florida, and has received high patient satisfaction ratings in both settings. Brandi started MOVE Mobile Therapy LLC in January 2020 with the goal of helping each client reach their full physical potential without the restrictions of commercial insurances or large companies. She will travel to the location of your choice to provide hands-on physical therapy treatment sessions to achieve your goals.


Christine McLendon, LMT

Christine was raised in Jacksonville, FL. In 2015 she graduated from Heritage Institute for Massage. She worked for a year as a massage therapist at an occupational rehab center. In 2017, she received her Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from UNF. She loves massage therapy and continues to work in the field. She decided to increase her knowledge further and became certified to use cupping and perform lymphatic drainage massage. Her dedication is to help clients with muscle pain and restrictions. 

Massage Therapist


Leah McKenzie, PTA, CPT

Physical Therapist Assistant  Personal Trainer

Leah was born in Hattiesburg, MS, and then grew up in Atlanta, GA. After high school, she moved to the beach in Pensacola, FL where she earned her A.A.S. Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Pensacola State College in 2006. Leah practiced physical therapy in an outpatient setting for 10 years before going into home healthcare. Leah is also a certified personal trainer and helps people with general strengthening, balance, endurance, and core/pelvic floor stabilization. She also uses instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and lymphatic massage in her treatments. Leah's passion is physically helping others become more functional on a daily basis. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, working out, and going to the beach.

Dr. Ashleigh Trapuzzano, PT, DPT, GCS


Physical Therapist

Ashleigh was born and raised in Florida. She attended the University of Central Florida and earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2015. She continued at the University of Central Florida to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. Ashleigh has a strong interest in geriatrics and continued her education after graduation by completing a 1-year geriatric physical therapy program with Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, FL. She earned her Board Certification as a Geriatric Clinical Specialist in 2020. Ashleigh has practiced in the acute hospital, inpatient rehabilitation, and home health settings for 2.5 years. She has a passion for helping the aging adult recognize and achieve their highest functional and fitness potential. Ashleigh has experience with fall risk and home environment assessments and working with individuals with balance and gait disorder, neurologic disorders, vestibular conditions, and dementia. Outside of physical therapy, she coaches group fitness classes including bootcamp classes and high intensity training.

Dr. Beverly Bass, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, LSVT-BIG


Occupational Therapist

Beverly graduated from the University of St. Augustine with her Master of Occupational Therapy in 2006, and her Doctor of Occupational Therapy in 2010. She has worked in a variety of rehabilitation settings, with a primary concentration in upper extremity orthopedic rehabilitation. She earned her Certification in Lymphedema Therapy in 2010, completed the STAR Clinician Certification in oncology rehabilitation in 2012, earned her Certification in Hand Therapy in 2016, and earned her LSVT-BIG Certification in 2022. She is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists, and received the Outstanding Service Award for ASHT in 2016, 2017, and 2019 having served as a research division member and the chair of the Journal Club for several years. Academically, she has served as an instructor at Concordia University and at the University of St. Augustine. She is passionate about blending patient care, current treatment techniques, and evidence based practice to maximize both the treatment experience and therapy outcomes.