Martha Pyron, MD, RMSK (Clinic Physician Owner / Sports Medicine Physician / Family Medicine Physician / Team Physician)


Dr. Pyron is board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine. She obtained her medical degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, completed a residency program in Family Medicine at Southern Colorado Family Medicine, and pursued a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Michigan State University, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies. After becoming board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine, she started her career as a team physician for Penn State University. She then returned to her home state of Texas and worked as a Sports Medicine Specialist and Team Physician for the University of Texas at Austin. Dr Pyron is currently the founder and president of Medicine in Motion. She is an active member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. She maintains a relationship with the University of Texas by teaching classes for the Athletic Training students and by providing the Medical Director role for the Exercise In Aging Research Laboratory headed by Dr. Hiro Tanaka at the University of Texas. In 2012, Dr. Pyron also became certified in Musculoskeletal Sonography allowing her to provide diagnostic and procedural ultrasound exams in her office at the time of a patient visit!

Dr. Pyron has lived and worked in Austin since 2003 and has developed extensive connections with specialized orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, athletic trainers, strength trainers, and other healthcare professionals who provide excellent service. She enjoys working together as a team with a variety of healthcare professionals to provide customized and optimal care for her patients.

Although Dr. Pyron also has training and is board certified as a family physician, she prefers to limit her practice to sports medicine. This means that she wants you to maintain your relationship with your family doctor, but see her for sports injuries, training questions, or illnesses which affect your activity level. Please let her know how she may best help you!

In her off time, Dr. Pyron enjoys a variety of outdoor and sports activities including soccer, softball, running, biking, mountain biking, strength training, yoga, swimming, and sailing.

Jessica Rogo MS, ATC, CES

Jessica Rogo is a board certified Athletic Trainer licensed in the state of Texas. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas in 2011. Upon becoming board certified, she went on to complete her Masters of Science degree in Athletic Training at a post-professional school, A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona in 2013. During her postgraduate studies, she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Brophy College Preparatory. After graduation she began her career as a Head Athletic Trainer at North Pointe Preparatory, a public charter 2A school in Phoenix, Arizona. Jessica built the sports medicine program from the ground up. Her focus on policy and procedural development created the foundation for a successful, thriving program. She also launched an after school sports medicine team while teaching a variety of courses in the field. 

Following her time at North Pointe, Jessica became the Head Athletic Trainer at the 5A public school, Paradise Valley High. She worked with Banner Physical Therapy/Select Medical, collaborating with top physical therapists to provide high school athletes with exceptional patient care. She then moved into a clinical setting with Banner Health at Banner Concussion and Sports Medicine. She worked as an Athletic Trainer doing program outreach and coordinating baseline testing, cultivating strong relationships with patients and physicians.

Jessica’s involvement in community sports events like Ultimate Frisbee, National Youth Soccer, National Grappling and Elite Clubs National League soccer have enriched her career, informing her experience in dealing with diverse injuries and treatment plans. She is also a certified Corrective Exercise Specialist with NASM.  

Her career has led her back home to Texas, where she is eager to bring her passion for connected, patient care to her beloved Austin community. Jess loves spending time with her husband Taylor and two boys, Grayson and Jackson. Though her boys were born in AZ, she is thrilled to share with them the magic of Austin. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, running, football, reading, crocheting and interacting with animals.

Joseph Rayner IV, PT, DPT

Dr. Rayner is a board-certified Physical Therapist licensed in the state of Texas. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, Texas in 2017. During his undergraduate studies, Dr. Rayner had worked at the University Recreation Center where he acted as the Fitness & Wellness Student Supervisor, Lead Personal Trainer, and Lead Group Exercise Instructor. During this time, Dr. Rayner had also partnered with Exercise Physiologists, Physical Therapists, and Sport Psychologists, to conduct research on Psychological Burnout in Elite level Athletes as well as the Prevalence of Diabetes/Pre-diabetes in College-Aged Students. His research had given him the opportunity to present his findings at the American College of Sports Medicine and the USA Track and Field Annual Conferences, as well as a publication with USA Track Coach. Following Dr. Rayner’s successes in his undergraduate studies, his alma mater had given him the honor of being selected for the “Student Success Story of the Year” documentary in 2017.

Following his undergraduate studies, Dr. Rayner went on to achieve his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Texas Woman’s University in Houston, Texas in 2020. During his postgraduate studies, he had served as the President of his program’s Student Physical Therapy Association for all 3 years, as well as serving as co-representative for the Texas Physical Therapy Olympics. During this time, Dr. Rayner had also conducted research on the Educational Outcomes of Pain Science Education Within a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.

Now as a licensed Physical Therapist, Dr. Rayner is beyond excited to join the Medicine in Motion family and to provide his services to the city of Austin. As a clinician, Dr. Rayner takes a holistic, evidence-based approach, and will adjust his practice accordingly to the individual patient. Dr. Rayner also strongly believes in empowering his patients to take ownership of their rehabilitation to provide long term positive outcomes.

Dr. Rayner has never played a sport that he didn’t like, however during his spare time, you will usually find him enjoying soccer, tennis, mixed martial arts, running, cycling, yoga, strength training, hiking and paddle boarding.