PD Warrior Parkinsons Disease

PD Warrior Parkinsons Disease

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Sean graduated from the University of Newcastle with first class honours in 2015 and currently operates out of the Maitland and Dungog clinics.

Sean prides himself on patient education and providing clarity with regards to the rehabilitation process. He has a passion for sport- with particular interest in football and currently plays for Beresfield USSC in the ZPL and has recently finished working with the Maitland Blacks Rugby Club as their club physiotherapist (2016 and 2017). His interests in physiotherapy lay in post-surgical rehabilitation, Parkinson’s disease and sporting injuries. Sean utilises techniques including advanced dry needling and also designs individualised exercise programs in order to suit patient needs. This also includes the Parkinson’s Disease Warrior exercise program- a specialised set of exercises tailored to stem to progression of the neurological disease. Sean also instructs weekly mat based pilates classes out of the Dungog location.

Mitchell Physiotherapy has been a stalwart of healthcare in the Hunter region for over 40 years. With over 10,000 success stories, we pride ourselves on patient centred care and strong communication channels. Our dedication to being ‘simply the best’ has seen the clinic grow into more areas of speciality, inclusive of Women’ Health, Hand Therapy and until recently, a specialised neurological service.

We have a passion for improving the quality of living for patients particularly with Parkinsons disease. All too often patients are given dated advice on generalised exercise programs. This passion has led to rolling out the PD Warrior program in the Hunter, and enables us to be at the forefront of neurological rehabilitation.

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