I-45 League City Team

Rob Bluhm, PT

Physical Therapist; I-45 Clinic Director

Rob Bluhm, Physical Therapist has served as clinic director at Hope Physical Therapy, Dickinson since 2008. He took on the role of ownership in June of 2015. Rob has lived with his wife Pam and their two children in League City since 1998. Rob and Pam attended the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. There they earned their degrees in Physical Therapy in 1990. Rob has practiced in Galveston County since 1990. He has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings including the acute hospital environment and home health care but the majority of his experience has been in the outpatient realm. While Rob enjoys working with a variety of patient diagnoses, he has specialized training in vestibular and balance dysfunction. Rob has accumulated over 400 hours of continuing education hours. In the time away from the clinic, Rob enjoys spending time watching his boys play sports, volunteering in the community and at the church he and his family attend. Rob and his colleagues endeavor to provide an environment of service and learning to the patients of Hope Physical Therapy.

Dianne S. Johnson, PT

Physical Therapist

Dianne received her B.S. in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College, Ithaca NY, in 1986 and has been practicing Physical Therapy for the past 30 years. She began her career in a large teaching hospital in NY with rotations in long-term geriatric rehab, burn unit, inpatient/acute care, outpatient orthopedics, acute pediatrics, and a regional spinal cord unit. She then moved into a private practice, outpatient setting before her husband was transferred to Galveston, TX in 1993. Since coming to Texas her primary concentration has been in outpatient orthopedics. Dianne has been employed at UTMB, Physical Therapy Services in Galveston, Mainland Medical Center, and has been with Hope Physical Therapy since 2013. She also was adjunct faculty for the Physical Therapy Assistant program at San Jacinto College South, establishing curriculum in both the therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation classes. Dianne loves working with her patients and has a strong passion for treating individuals with spinal injuries. She also enjoys working with orthopedic conditions, including knee, shoulder and ankle/foot injuries.

Dianne has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1985 and Orthopedic Section of the APTA. She is CPR certified and has a license to practice in both Texas and New York State.

Dianne is married to her wonderful husband Bob and they have 2 children. They stay very active in many community activities, and she enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Julie Liggio Moody, PT

Physical Therapist

Julie, a Dickinson native, has been practicing in the field of Physical Therapy for over 18 years. She first received a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from San Jacinto College South in 1998, practicing locally as a PTA until 2003 when she earned a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Sciences from University of Houston Clear Lake. She then began the pursuit of a degree in PT, graduating from UTMB Galveston in 2005 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy.

Julie has focused on outpatient orthopedics and manual therapy for her entire career and joined the Hope Physical Therapy Dickinson staff part time in 2010.

Clay Covington, PT

Physical Therapist

Clay received his Masters of Physical Therapy from UTMB Galveston in 2007. Since then he gained experience in the acute care, home health and outpatient settings. He was awarded designation as Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2012. He enjoys seeing patients achieve their goals following orthopedic surgeries of the spine, ankle, foot, knee, hip, and shoulder. Special interests include return to sport rehabilitation, return to throwing sports, as well as prosthetic gait training.

Clay met his wife Shelley while in school at UTMB Galveston where they both graduated with Masters Degrees in Physical Therapy. They live with their 2 children Nolan and Olivia in League City after moving from Galveston Island in 2009. Time away from the clinic is richly blessed with church activities, youth sports, music, and time in the outdoors with friends and family.