Meet our Chiropractor
Bryan | College Station
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Patrick Linne, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Linne helps people of all ages and walks of life – including children, expectant mothers, families and athletes in the Bryan, College Station area. No matter what your concern – an aching body, feeling out of alignment, a decrease in performance levels, reoccurring headaches, recent injuries, chronic injuries, etc. Dr. Linne will listen to you, evaluate you and work with you to come up with an appropriate treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker University (2016)
Bachelors of Anatomy from Parker University. (2016)
Bachelors of Health and Wellness Parker University. (2016)
Clinical residency at Vitality Sports Medicine. (2016)
Clinical residency with the FC Dallas Professional Soccer team (2016)
Member of Texas Chiropractic Association
Diversified Adjusting / Cox (Flexion Distraction)
Sacral Occipital technique
IASTM- Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
Fascial Distortion Model
FMT level 1 and 2 – RockTaping
Baseline Concussion Screenings
About the Doctor
Prior to graduating from Parker Chiropractic College, Dr. Linne was selected to do his clinical residency at Vitality Sports Medicine. While there, he was given the opportunity to work with and treat some of the top athletes in the world, from professional football and professional soccer players to Division 1 athletes in soccer, hockey, baseball, football and basketball. He also treated world class figure skaters and gymnasts. Dr. Linne was able to help these incredible athletes restore their bodies to optimal functions and achieve top notch sports performance levels all while dealing with a variety of different complex sports injuries.
Before moving to Bryan, College Station, Dr. Linne was a collegiate track runner at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has always considered Bryan, College Station to be his second home as both of his parents grew up in Bryan and graduated from Texas A&M. He has had over 35 members of his extended family also graduate from Texas A&M. In fact, Dr. Linne’s great grandfather graduated in 1906!