Meet the staff at Function Physical Therapy.
Seaton Do, Owner, Physical Therapist
MPT, CAFS, CSCS, NG360 GPS
Seaton grew up in Connecticut in a big family, being the youngest of 7 children. He was introduced to physical therapy at a young age after injuring his knee playing football. After experiencing the process first hand and how it helped to get him back to the activities he loved, it became clear that physical therapy was path for him. Seaton loved the blend of knowledge in science and movement, meeting and interacting with all different types of people and most importantly seeing the transformations of people and having a huge impact on their recovery from injury. He went on to earn his Master's Degree of Physical Therapy in 2003 at Quinnipiac University, in Connecticut.
After college, Seaton decided it was a time for a change so he packed his things and moved to San Diego, California. He gravitated towards the active community and wanted to be able to help them more than traditional means of physical therapy, the way he was taught in school. He felt there had to be other ways to understand how people were getting injured and why some injuries kept reoccurring. This feeling of wanting to get more out of himself to better help others started his journey towards Function. Seaton was introduced to Applied Functional Science in 2006 and to Functional Movement Systems in 2008. At that point he felt he finally had the knowledge to match his passion to improve the way people moved, prevent injuries and help people reach their full potentials.
While in California Seaton met his wife, who is an Oklahoma native. It was about time for another big change so in 2012 they relocated and moved to Edmond Oklahoma. Seaton was quick to learn and see there was a large active community in Oklahoma. He immediately realized Oklahoma needed alternative to traditional rehabilitation by using a functional and biomechanical approach to rehabilitation, injury prevention and sports performance. Seaton wanted to share his experience, expertise and functional approach to the active community in Oklahoma. So after years of dreaming and planning, Function Physical Therapy was opened in 2015.
Seaton lives in Edmond with his wife, daughter and son. His interests outside of work include spending time with his family, cooking, running, golf, working out, living and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Applied Functional Science (CAFS)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
Functional Movement Screen Certified Professional (FMS)
Nike Golf Performance Specialist (NG360 GPS).
Carley Schick, Physical Therapist
Carley grew up in Tyler, Texas as part of a very physically active family. She played collegiate volleyball and learned a great deal about the physical demands of high level athletics as well as the importance of "good form" to prevent injury and promote optimal performance. Carley was introduced to physical therapy in high school by an aunt who is a physical therapist. She immediately felt a passion for physical therapy after seeing how closely physical therapists are able to work with their patients and the significant changes seen in patients' lives after completing a therapy plan.
After completing her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Midwestern State University, Carley pursued her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Oklahoma, graduating in 2012. Her interest in exercise, as well as her desire to help the active population, led her to pursue and attain her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification in 2012. With her CSCS she is able to help patients do more than recover from their injury. She enjoys helping improve performance in specific physical activities.
Upon graduating with her doctoral degree from the University of Oklahoma, Carley has worked in orthopedic physical therapy in both the outpatient and hospital settings. She is very familiar with numerous orthopedic injuries and postoperative rehabilitation methods. She enjoys seeing her patients return to the activities they love and helping them achieve their functional goals.
Carley lives in Edmond with her three rescue dogs and enjoys spending time with friends, running, weight lifting, reading, and a variety of arts and craft projects.
Scott Carlin, Physical Therapist
Scott grew up with his family in Oklahoma City. During his childhood, he spent most of his free time playing competitive sports, namely baseball and basketball. Out of attempting to improve his own performance, Scott gained a passion for fitness, injury rehabilitation, and sports performance.
Scott earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise & Sports Science from the University of Tulsa in 2014. From there, he went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2017. While at OU, Scott was part of the research team in the Mechanical Therapy Research Lab. He is also a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
While in school, Scott completed internships with the D-League affiliate of the Oklahoma City Thunder as well as with the Michael Johnson Performance Center in McKinney, Texas.
In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching Thunder Basketball, drinking coffee, lifting weights, reading, and occasionally consuming large amounts of food.
Jessica Austin, Patient Coordinator
Jessica grew up in Oklahoma with her family and is the youngest of 7 children. As a teenager she began to take great joy in volunteering and mission work. This passion eventually led her to live and work in Mexico, and fueled her other passions of music and photography.
In 2012, Jessica began work as a receptionist for clinic offices in Shawnee, OK which fostered her love of working within the medical community. Jessica takes great delight in every patient interaction and looks for every opportunity to make each visit a pleasant for those she serves.
She is currently pursuing further education in photography and hopes to start her own photography business in the near future.