Sean graduated from Curtin University in 2005 and after a few years away, has made his way back to Bunbury where he grew up.

Sean started his physiotherapy career in the public system, initially at Royal Perth Hospital and then overseas at Christchurch Public Hospital in New Zealand. He spent much of this time working with orthopedic injuries with a particular focus on rehabilitation of the upper limb following all kinds of orthopedic surgery. On returning to Western Australia, he began working in two private practices, one specializing in the treatment of neck and back pain, and the other dedicated solely to treating hand and upper limb injuries.

Sean provides a hand and upper limb service here at Koombana Physiotherapy, which extends from thermoplastic splinting all the way through to gym-based rehabilitation and strengthening. He also enjoys treating back and neck pain, with a strong focus on manual therapy, dry needling, and exercise rehabilitation.

Outside of work, Sean is a keen hockey player, as well as a runner and cyclist in the off-season. He has traveled with multiple state hockey teams to national tournaments and has played hockey for longer than he can remember. He has a more recently found passion for distance running, which has given him regular personal experience of running-related injuries! During downtime, he loves nothing more than time with his wife Christa and their three small monsters George, Annie, and Max.

You will find Sean working from our Koombana Physiotherapy practice here in Bunbury.