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!”
“There’s potential in all of us just waiting to be unlocked.”
Ashley Urunuela DPT, is driven by compassion and the desire to help others overcome.
She says, “There’s nothing more rewarding than helping people get back to living the life they want to live. I’m incredibly thankful for the people in my own life who have encouraged, challenged, motivated, and cared for me to be the best version of myself. I see it as a privilege and an honor to get to do the same for others daily.”
Ashley grew up in Carbondale, Illinois where she dedicated much of her time to school and playing basketball at the high school and collegiate levels. Upon earning her bachelor’s degree, she moved to Oklahoma City for physical therapy school and worked in the outpatient setting for 2 years. She got married in 2019 and moved to Istanbul Turkey with her husband where she taught in an undergraduate physical therapy program at a private University and served the local church. After 3 years overseas, she and her husband felt it was time to move back home where she is thrilled to be working as a clinician again.
Ashley lives in Edmond Oklahoma with her husband Alejandro. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, outdoor activities, watching Disney movies, baking, and traveling. As a half Sri-Lankan who is married to a Mexican and has lived in Turkey, Ashley loves to experience and learn about other cultures.
She reminds us that, “Life is an adventure. Go all in!”
“Great things come from hard work and perseverance, no excuses. If you love a thing you will overcome all difficulties.”
Blake Graham. DPT, is driven by his passion to give each individual the best care possible.
· Pain sucks. Not being able to do something you love sucks. My goal with patients is to get them back to enjoying the golf course, garden, gym, running or even walking in a way that is pain free. I want to be able to motivate them to better than who they were when they walked through the door in all aspects. I’m excited to positively influence my patients and look forward to my future with Function.
Blake was born and raised in Duncan, Oklahoma. He attended The University of Oklahoma where he received his Bachelor’s degree. Blake went on to The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy, where he met his fiancé, Kaylee. They now live in The Village with their dog, Russ. When he is not at work, he loves to spend time outdoors, gardening, playing golf, cooking, and working out. Blake is an avid OU and New York Yankees fan. Boomer Sooner and Go Yankees!
“To get something that you have never had, you must do something that you have never done.”
“Let’s work together to unleash your maximal potential and reach your functional goals!”
Kirsten Simon, DPT, is driven by her passion for connecting with and helping others, positive attitude, and desire to do good.
She says “I strive to give the best care to all individuals, providing a balance of motivation and challenge. I am grateful to have the opportunity to work in this field and am excited to help community members reduce pain and get back to activities they enjoy.”
Kirsten grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. She moved to Minnesota to attend undergraduate where she received her Bachelor’s degree and later to the Chicago suburbs where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She has been active with sports throughout her life, developing an interest in anatomy and biomechanics that has since flourished into a career of physical therapy.
Kirsten recently moved to Oklahoma City with her husband. Her work experience includes years in an outpatient physical therapy setting. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, especially her niece and nephews, exploring new restaurants, attending concerts, traveling, staying active, and cheering on all Wisconsin sports teams.
She reminds us that, “Don’t just exist, live!”
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
DeVaughn Abram DPT, is driven by his hardwork and consistent drive to become a master of assessing movement and performance of the human body to help people reach their movement goals.
DeVaughn grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has always loved being active even when he was a child. Growing up, in high school he played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track. He was able to continue his sports journey by playing collegiate football at Westminster College in Fulton, MO and finishing his career at University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, where he graduated with his Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology. While in middle school and high school he always knew he wanted to be in the medical field, and had originally focused on doing nursing. Once in college he found a new passion for Physical Therapy and never looked back. He then went on to graduate from Langston University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
DeVaughn lives in Oklahoma City, OK with his wife Rachel. In his free time he enjoys spending time with friends and family, lifting weights, playing basketball, playing flag football, playing video games, watching movies, and hiking.
He reminds us to “Find things that your passionate about and go after it, enjoy life”
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“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!
“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit.”
Kenzie is driven by her passion to see people heal. She says “As I see patients come in and get better physically, I also get to see them heal mentally as they are finally able to enjoy life pain free. I believe that pain distracts you from the little things in life. You must take care of your body in order to care for your mind.”
Kenzie was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. She lived in Galveston, Texas for a few years and moved to Edmond in 2020. She lives with her son, Dax and their pit bull/boxer mix, Scrappy. Kenzie enjoys spending time with her family, exploring, and finding new trails to hike, and winding down with yoga. She has previous experience working reception in massage therapy in the Edmond area.
She reminds us to “Simply enjoy life and the great pleasures that come with it.”