Founder & CEO
“The only thing more satisfying than achieving one’s own goals is to help others achieve theirs!”
Seaton Do, MPT is driven by curiosity, possibility, and his passion for helping others be their best.
He says, “Everything I do is with my family in mind and Function Physical Therapy is an extension of my family. From staff to everyone that walks through the door, I think of them as family. We are truly blessed and privileged by the opportunity to positively impact the lives of people and the community we share. It doesn’t get any more motivating than that!”
Seaton came to Oklahoma by way of Connecticut where he grew in a big family, the youngest of 7 children, played sports, experienced his own injuries, and earned his Physical Therapy degree. He then moved cross country to San Diego, enjoyed its active-lifestyle community and met his wife Kristin, an Oklahoma native. They now have 2 children. In 2012, they returned to Edmond, Oklahoma to be with family.
Seaton became restless with the limitations of traditional physical therapy approaches, wanting better options and services for his clients. In 2015 Seaton opened Function Physical Therapy. Advanced Fellowship training with the Gray Institute earned him world-class skills, the prestigious credentials of Fellow of Applied Functional Science, and membership in an elite community of about 500 Specialists globally.
Recreationally, Seaton enjoys time with family, cooking, running, golf, working-out, and promoting a physically active & healthy lifestyle by leading with example. Go OKC Thunder!
He reminds us that, “Life is in the living, the doing, and the sharing. Celebrating life lived your way confidently!”
“Remember, YOUR “impossible” is just not possible, YET…”
Carley Schick, DPT is driven by her desire to empower people to live life their-way in comfort and confidence; participating fully in what they love doing with family, friends and community.
She says, “Each of us has choices in how we live our lives – active or inactive, connected or disconnected, giving or taking. Those choices determine our health, hope & happiness. I’m motived by the opportunity I have to influence people’s lives for the better by helping them make better choices toward well being.”
Carley grew up in Tyler, Texas in a very physically active family. Her athleticism and collegiate volleyball experiences contributed to her appreciation of the demands of high-level competition and the importance of authentic movement training and nutrition to injury prevention, performance optimization, resiliency and recovery.
After earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree, she pursued extensive advanced professional training and certifications in orthopedics, sports, pain, and nutrition. Her work experience has included both hospital inpatient and private practice outpatient experiences.
In 2019 Carley completed Fellowship Training with the Gray Institute; earning her world-class skills, the prestigious credential of Fellow in Applied Functional Science, and membership in an elite community of about 500 Specialists globally.
Carley joined the “Function Family” in 2016 and lives in Edmond, OK with her boyfriend Jacob and three rescue dogs. She has adopted the autoimmune paleo lifestyle and became an Autoimmune Paleo Certified Coach to help guide others through lifestyle changes necessary to manage chronic illness and autoimmune disease. Recreationally, she enjoys time with family and friends, exercise, cooking, outdoor activities, playing with her dogs and reading. Let’s Go Bucks!
She reminds us that, “Life is a beach – soak up all the sunshine, sand, surf, and satisfaction you can!’
“You treat a disease, you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you, you’ll win, no matter what the outcome”
Aaron Mora DPT, is driven by his unwillingness to give in to mediocrity.
He says, “I am wired a little bit differently as to where I always feel there are areas to improve, learn and attack to make us better. I hold myself to these standards so that I can serve others to the maximum of my ability. I hold my patients to these standards because I know how important life is to get back to. Being injured is hard on us physically, mentally and emotionally; but there is a fight within us that allows us to prevail and overcome. I love seeing that happen for people, when they put in the work to get over the mountain and are able to enjoy the view from their hard work.”
Aaron grew up in Guymon, Oklahoma. He has always been drawn to physical activity from a young age playing every sport his parents would let him. Playing football, basketball, golf, soccer and baseball made him appreciate the complexities of movement and the demands of the body for different sports and environments. He was able to continue that journey playing football at Southern Nazarene before going on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Langston University in Oklahoma. His work experience includes both outpatient physical therapy and home health settings in the Edmond area since 2012.
Aaron lives in Edmond Oklahoma with his wife Stephanie and their Children (Gray, Emmie and Baby Boy in August of 2020). In his free time Aaron enjoys spending time with friends and family, working out, cooking, woodworking, anything related with mountains no matter the season and Men’s ministry.
He reminds us that, “The best views are earned! So put in the work and enjoy the view!”
Patient Coordinator /
“Leadership is less about power than it is about caring. We raise own potential, when we are enough to help others reach their potential.”
Shelby is driven by her friendly nature, caring spirit, thoroughness, and advocacy for the wellbeing of others. She is an experienced medical office specialist who knows how to get important things done and keep them running smoothly.
She says, “I strive to make every patient’s experience the very best possible. Our patient’s effort and success in therapy motivates me to contribute all I can on their behalf. Seeing patients walk-in with pain and walk out feeling better with each visit is very gratifying.”
Shelby grew up in the small town of Oilton, OK, moved to Tulsa, OK, and later to Edmond with her family. She loves the fact that there is always something to do in this part of the state. They are an active family with places to go, things to do, and stuff to see. Leisure time is filled with fun with family, friends, and fur babies Russ and Rumble, sports (watching and playing), Netflix, and travel. Boomer Sooner! Thunder Up! Shelby jointed the “Function Family” in 2018.
Shelby reminds us that, “Kindness and caring matters!