A former basketball player at Costa Mesa High School, he attended the University of California Irvine where he received a bachelor’s of art degree in international studies. But, it was ankle and knee injuries and his appreciation for the talents of the physical therapist while a high school student that led to interest in pursuing the profession.
Traveling across country to the highly-regarded Sacred Heart Academy in Conn, to obtain his doctorate, he excelled in his studies and was awarded the Silver Medal of Excellence and was a member of the Honor Society.
“I am grateful to be back home and have the opportunity to work with Progressive Physical Therapy,” said Sean. “They have such a wonderful reputation and I look forward to contributing to their success. I appreciate the freedom to incorporate various evidence-based programs like functional fitness into rehabilitation plans for spine and musculoskeletal issues. In addition, having a secondary focus in working with high school athletes is very important to me as I want to be able to give back and help them as I was helped many years ago.”