Sean R. Sadler, PT, MPT, FAAOMPT
I completed my fellowship training in manual therapy through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy (AAMT) in 2019 receiving a Diploma in Osteopractic Physical Therapy along with my FAAOMPT designation. I also hold certifications in spinal manipulative therapy (Spinal Manipulation Institute), dry-needling (Dry Needling Institute) and vestibular rehabilitation (American Musculoskeletal Institute).
I am licensed to practice physical therapy in the states of Alaska, Texas, Illinois, Colorado, Arizona, Washington, New Mexico and Montana. I am also a resident of Texas, and as such am able to quickly acquire new licenses in other PTCOMPACT states.
I operate as an independent practitioner, working with you and your organization to help provide staffing coverage during your personnel shortage. I entertain offers for travel physical therapy as well as independent contract under IRS Form-1099, part-time or PRN employment, and am willing to work with you for as long as necessary to achieve your goals.
UPDATE: As of June 2021, I have relocated to Butte, Montana and am only available for PRN coverage in the Butte area, as my day-to-day schedule is now full.
01. Business Minded
I was raised by entrepreneurial parents, and spent my teen years working for the family business. I understand the financial side of the physical therapy world, having served as clinic director for two organizations. I will ensure my services not only address the deficits of the patient, but also meet the financial obligations required by your organization.
As a former U.S. Air Force officer, I conduct myself in a highly professional manner. Regardless of the work setting, you can rely on me to always practice physical therapy in a highly professional, competent and courteous manner, regardless of the patient demographics.
Professionalism and commitment go hand in hand. You cannot be a true professional and display the concomitant integrity required, without honoring your commitments. If I say I will be there on a certain date, or will complete a contract, rest assured I will fulfill my commitment to you.
The Numbers Are Clear
Since starting my career as a physical therapist, I have endeavored to remain proficient in the outpatient, inpatient, home health and skilled care settings. Often times, this has allowed me the opportunity to start working with patients while in the hospital, then follow them through into the home health and finally outpatient settings.
Not a week has gone by where I do not practice in the inpatient, home health and outpatient settings. The skilled care setting is, admittedly, more infrequent as there often aren’t enough hours in the day.
- Percentage Outpatient Experience 40% 40%
- Percentage Inpatient Experience 25% 25%
- Percentage Home Health Experience 25% 25%
- Percentage Skilled Care Experience 10% 10%
- HVLA Spine and & Extremity Manipulation
- Electro-Dry-Needling in Situ
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Nerve Glides & Neural Tension Testing
- Low back pain specialization
- Work Hardening/Conditioning
- McConnell Taping
More than just a Physical Therapist
Breadth of Life Experience
01. U.S. Air Force
Following graduation from Texas A&M University with a degree in Electrical Engineering, I served in the U.S. Air Force in the area of Space Operations.
02. Private Sector Engineer
After separating from the Air Force with an Honorable Discharge, I worked in the private sector as an entrepreneur and business consultant for Deloitte LLC
Physical Therapy School
In my mid-30’s, my career interests shifted. I attended the physical therapy program at the University of Evansville, graduating with the last class of the Masters degree program in 2007.
I have worked as both a freelance contractor and full time employee. I have served as a staff therapist as well as a clinic director. Regardless of my duties, I have always maintained a full case load ensuring my skills remain polished.
The Benefits Of Freelance Employees
No Employer Side Payroll Deductions
You don’t pay the employer side of SSN, Medicare or Unemployment Taxes
No IRA Matching
No need to offer/pay matching IRA contributions
No P.T.O. Expense
No need to absorb the cost of paid time off, since no benefits are provided
No Health Insurance Burden
No need to pay those skyrocketing healthcare insurance premiums
No Continuing Ed Costs
Freelancers pay for their own continuing education courses
Only Employ When Needed
No worries about trying to keep your full-time employees fully employed