Dr. Sean A. Thomas, PT
Sean Anthony Thomas was born in Harlem, NY and raised in the Hudson Valley. He attended Choate Rosemary Hall for high school and later graduated from Brown University in 2003 with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. While at Brown, he was a captain of the Division I Track and Field Team and was Ivy League Indoor and Outdoor Champion in the Triple Jump. Dr. Thomas graduated from SUNY Downstate Medical Center with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2011 where he earned the Alumnae Award for Leadership, the Community Service Award, and the Best Research Award for his thesis entitled “Facilitating a Positive Change in Physical Activity Level with African American Adolescent Girls using the Trans-Theoretical Model.” Dr. Thomas has been working at Jag-One since 2012 and is currently the Clinical Director of the Georgetown Office and the Director of Community Engagement and Inclusion. He is a Graston Provider, a certified kinesiotape practitioner, and is SFMA Level 1 and 2 certified. Dr. Thomas has competed over 20 Spartan Races, is a 5 time marathoner, a former professional dancer, and the C.E.O. of Be More Today, a company that provides information and inspiration to help ordinary people do extraordinary things in the world of health and fitness He is the author of “Be More Today: A 40-Day Guide to a Better Version Of You” and hosts a weekly podcast called The Be More Today Show. Dr. Thomas offers free weekly workouts in the Brooklyn with a community based organization called Spartan Sundays, a fitness group he helped to co-found in 2012, and is the coach and team doctor for the Spartan Sundays Running Club. He also serves as an ordained Elder at Kingsboro Temple SDA Church and serves on their Health Ministries team. Dr. Thomas is married to Hemangi Pai Thomas, who works as a Public Defender in Brooklyn and together they have a seven year old daughter named Sonali.