Dr. Seth Hosmer earned his B.A. cum laude from Oberlin College and his Doctorate cum laude from the University of Western States. He is highly regarded in the Portland area as a leading Chiropractor working with a wide range of conditions and patients. Dr. Hosmer is certified in Active Release Technique (ART), which is regarded as one of the most complete and effective treatment techniques for soft-tissue injuries. He was also invited to be an instructor for ART classes in 2014. Dr. Hosmer serves as adjunct faculty for both the University of Western States, as well as Palmer Chiropractic College, bringing students in to his clinic to give them real world experience.
Dr. Hosmer has extensive experience with sports, sports injuries, and the challenges of being a competitive athlete. He has been racing bicycles and competing in Triathlon for over 17 years. He has won numerous State and Regional Championships and has raced nearly every discipline including Road, Track, ‘Cross, and Mountain Bikes. He is the current hour record holder at the Alpenrose Velodrome.
Dr. Hosmer has also participated in numerous sports over the years including Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing, Downhill Skiing, Snowboarding, and Ice Hockey. He is also currently active with cycling, trail running, functional strength training, kettlebells, and Yoga. His diverse experience with sports and sports injuries gives him first-hand knowledge of what specific treatment it takes to return to your sport, along with techniques for minimizing the likelihood of re-injury.
A native of New Hampshire, Dr. Hosmer moved to Oregon in 2004, and lives in Portland with his wife Danielle, and sons Max and Ben.