Sean MacIsaac is a New York State Licensed Physical Therapist who began his academic career at SUNY Dutchess Community College. While there he found his passion for the sciences as well as health and wellness. He earned an associate's degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences and then continued his education at SUNY Oswego. Sean completed his BA in Biology at Oswego and during this time began shadowing various Physical Therapy settings to determine which he was most interested in.
Sean received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University. While in attendance, Sean learned the value and importance of evidence-based practice and patient-centered care on top of all the clinical skills necessary to provide excellent Physical Therapy services. Sean volunteered at CHAMPS after-school athletics to encourage maintaining an active lifestyle in children and Arise Adaptive Design to provide equipment to people with disabilities so they can live independently without the financial burden of attaining said equipment. Sean also pursued his interests in athletics by taking courses on sports injuries, strength, and conditioning, as well as training at ADPT by Cynergy during his last clinical rotation.
Sean enjoys working with athletes, various orthopedic conditions, and children; but he always likes variety. Sean's interests outside the clinic include weightlifting, going to concerts, going to movies, sitting down with a great book, playing guitar, and with him being a new resident of NYC, exploring the city and finding exciting places to see.