Shawn founded Cray Physical Therapy in 2009 with the goal in mind of bringing the highest quality of care possible to the south shore. His philosophy centers around consistently putting the needs of the patient first and working tirelessly to meet their goals. He uses a strong biomechanical approach to patient care while also employing a diverse use of manual techniques to yield the best results.
Shawn graduated from Northeastern University in 2007 with a doctorate degree in physical therapy. He started his career at a outpatient facility in Quincy before realizing his dream of owning his own clinic. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as an Advanced Clinical Education Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He was printed in the Providence Business News magazine in December 2018 for his article; “PHYSICAL THERAPY VS. OPIOIDS: WHICH IS THE ROAD BEST TAKEN?”
Shawn grew up in Vermont and played a variety of sports including football, baseball, and hockey. In his free time he enjoys skiing, bike riding, running, and spending time with his niece. Shawn’s goal is to create a fun work environment and to surround himself with not only talented but friendly people.