About

Our Team

Frank V. Hatch, PT, DPT, MBA, GCFP

Frank Hatch is distinguished as much for his unique approach to patient care as he is as a highly-qualified and expertly trained physical therapist. He is a consummate learner and continues to nourish his therapeutic skills by staying up to date on best evidence practices and intuitive based healing.

He has certifications in Neuro-Developmental Treatment Pediatrics, the Feldenkrais MethodTR , Functional Movement Systems, and in Dry Needling. In 2010, he began pursuing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, which he achieved, specializing inorthopedics and musculoskeletal management through Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professionals.

Currently he is working on his Certification in Functional Manual Therapy through the Institute of Physical Art.

When he is not working, Frank loves spending time with his family and friends in the great outdoors. He likes fishing, mountain biking, skiing, supping and trail running. Frank is an “E” licensed soccer coach and loves to work with area youth on all sports.

“By knowing what they most fear they can’t do, I know what is important to them and it helps me to get them to the next level as they progress with their therapy,” he explains.

Sean Horner PT, DPT

Sean is a movement specialist and Doctor of Physical Therapy dedicated to moving others through injury and into performance while educating them to stay injury free.  Sean received his Doctorate from the University of New Mexico School of Physical Therapy in 2019.

As a life long athlete, Sean understands that injuries happen. He is a life-long skier that came to New Mexico to attend college at which time he became a 2x NCAA All-American in Alpine Ski Racing. Owing much of his physical ability to his years spent as an elite-level skier, rock climber, and mountain biker. 

You will likely see him out enjoying and building local outdoors and his intention is to make sure you get to experience these same privileges. Sean’s passion for educating patients is only bettered by his prior work as an elite-level ski racing coach, UNM Exercise Physiology Lab research assistant, Level 1 dry needling certification, and biomechanics analysis to provide every patient with unique treatment and training plans.

“I am here to ensure that my clients both learn and understand the changes that are occurring during this healing process, thus to empower patients to take care of their own bodies.”

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