When you are under attack from your own body with Dr. Seth Osgood
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About Dr. Seth Osgood DNP, FNP-BC, IFM-CP
Dr. Seth Osgood was born and raised in Vermont and moved to Austin, Texas after graduating college. It was there he started his journey in healthcare working in Emergency Medicine as a Paramedic for Austin Travis County EMS.
Pursuing further education and an expanded understanding of healthcare, Dr. Osgood attended nursing school and spent several years working as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit. After caring for people in the Critical Care setting who had been devastated by the horrific effects of chronic disease, Dr. Osgood was determined to further his involvement in preventative health. He completed his Master’s Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner and went on to earn his Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP).
Dr. Osgood discovered early in his career that Functional Medicine was his true passion. It was Functional Medicine that transformed his health, and the health of his family who needlessly struggled for years with digestive problems. He completed his post graduate studies through the Institute for Functional Medicine and is currently an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFM-CP). Dr. Osgood trained and worked under Dr. Amy Myers at her clinic in Austin. It was here that Dr. Osgood cared for patients from around the world with complex chronic health conditions, assisting them in their journey to optimal health using a Functional Medicine approach.
Dr. Osgood moved back to New England to return to his home state of Vermont to spread the reach of Functional Medicine. There he founded GrassRoots Functional Medicine and continues to see people from across the country. His true passion is helping individuals build a life that revolves around physical, emotional, and spiritual well being. He is blessed with a beautiful wife and five amazing children. When he is not seeking new educational opportunities, you will probably find Dr. Osgood on a lake or in a brook fishing with his children.