DPT CFMT CSCS
- 8100 Innovation Park Drive
- Fairfax, VA 22031
Seth is the Senior Director for Inova Physical Therapy Centers with oversight of 20 outpatient clinics in Northern Virginia. He graduated from Boston College’s pre-medical program with a BS in philosophy. He then went on to physical therapy school and graduated with honors from Columbia University in New York with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998. Since graduating, Seth has worked with several different patient populations, but has focused the majority of his time in orthopedics and sports. He completed his transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 from Arizona Health Science’s AT Still University. Seth has completed extensive continuing education coursework and training and has completed the Certification in Functional Manual Therapy from the IPA in 2006. He has done guest lecturing in orthopedics, joint mobilizations, stabilization training, and PNF techniques at several universities, including as an adjunct faculty member at Marymount University. He began teaching continuing education courses to physical therapist with the IPA in 2006 and is a primary faculty member for the CoreFirst Strategies, PNF, Kinetic Shoulder Complex course, as well as Strategies for Optimizing Performance which is a course that he developed for higher level athletes. He is a site director for the IPA’s manual therapy residency program in Virginia.
Seth is also certified in Sportsmetrics for injury prevention, trigger point dry needling, and Blood Flow Restriction therapy. Seth is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, which he integrates into his treatment of athletes of all ages.
In addition to his clinical hours and his teaching and residency hours, Seth joined the medical staff of the Washington Nationals as their Lead Team Physical Therapist in 2016. He has also treated professional football, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, and soccer players and became the Team Physical Therapist for the NWSL (National Women’s Soccer League) Washington Spirit in 2020 as well. He has done multiple podcasts discussing rehab in professional sports and has been on ESPN as part of the E60 Project 11 program.
Primary Instructor Institute of Physical Art
Certified Functional Manual Therapist
Sportsmetrics Certification for injury prevention
Blood Flow Restriction certification
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist