Meet Dr. Dan Williams

Dr. Daniel Williams, DO, is a board certified osteopathic physician, trained in medical acupuncture, functional medicine, prolotherapy (Hackett Hemwall Technique), platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP), and other regenerative medicine techniques.

In November of 2017, Dr. Dan was selected to join the American Osteopathic Association senior management team as the Vice President of Certifying Board Services.

Dr. Dan became fascinated with healing at an early age. He developed a passion for the holistic approach applied in ancient Chinese medicine. This would lead him to master integrated, lasting techniques for healing using natural and restorative medicine. Upon graduation, he began traveling internationally to apprentice and learn techniques from the most renowned holistic doctors in the world.

His approach today uses a variety of natural, hands-on treatments to three objectives: 1) support vibrant newborns 2) optimize the health of adult patients and 3) naturally alleviate pain and discomfort.

An astute and passionate practitioner, Dr. Dan has authored several board review products, and assisted with NIH-funded (National Institutes of Health) research about the effects of osteopathic manipulation on pain.

Remember that your body is designed to carry you comfortably, to function effortlessly, to be free from pain. Dr. Dan has made it his life's mission to unlock your body’s innate ability to do all of these things.


Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Research & Publications

“Osteopathic Health Outcomes in Chronic Low Back Pain: The Osteopathic Trial” in Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care – 2008

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine:
Osteopathic Medicine for Chronic Low Back Pain

Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - 2008




Dr. Daniel Williams, DO
13590 N Meridian St Suite 100-A
Carmel, IN 46032



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