Seth A. Linn D.O.M.P. (CAN)
Seth A. Linn D.O.M.P. (CAN) studied Traditional Osteopathy at the Canadian College of Osteopathy and graduated from the prestigious Montreal-based College D’ Etudes Osteopathiques.
Seth Currently practices Traditional Osteopathic Manual Medicine, Cranial Osteopathy, Visceral Normalization and
Biodynamic Osteopathy in both Sacramento and Mill Valley, CA.
The practice of Traditional Osteopathy favors a hands-on approach to access and understand dysfunction, normalize function, and restore health.
Osteopathy recognizes that motion must be present for the free expression of health as it is reflected in our physical, emotional, and energetic body. Motion extends beyond the physical skeleton and muscles, and must be present within the smallest recesses inside us; the spaces between organs, lungs, vessels, neural sheaths, membranes, and fascial connections that provide interconnectedness throughout our bodies. When free motion of any structure is lost or inhibited, whether by infection, injury or prolonged states of emotional overwhelm, we begin the process of stagnation, compensation and inflammation. From this point, we are vulnerable to dysfunction and disease processes. Osteopathy seeks to understand the entirety and connectedness with-in the human form, to find the “source of suffering” and attend to dysfunction in a holistic process of care that restores motion so that we may be properly animated and ambulated on all levels.
A complete and Holistic approach to Healthcare must consider all aspects of human physiology and human potential. Having a thorough understanding of Anatomy, Physiology and the Biomechanics of how the human body moves and how motion interrelates to health, gives Osteopaths an advantage in finding and correcting the primary source of dysfunction and supporting the process of the restoration of health.
- Member of the American Academy of Osteopathy
- IAHP-International Association of Healthcare Practitioners
Skills and Qualifications
Osteopathic Manual Medicine, General Osteopathic Technique, Strain-Counterstrain, Muscle Energy, Bio-Dynamic Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Advanced Cranial Protocol & The New Medicine, Visceral Normalization, Mechanical Link and Neurolink. Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice, 2011
Articles and Books Written
The effects of Osteopathic Manual Treatment on symptoms of Pudendal Nerve Entrapment. A Chronological Quasi-Experimental study. June 2011. Honorable mention – Montreal Osteopathic International Jury.