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Daniel Williams, DO

Daniel Williams, DO has trained with internationally renowned experts in osteopathic manipulation from the United States, Europe, and Japan. His training in Europe inspired interest in the benefits of osteopathic manipulation for pregnancy and chronic pelvic pain and he continues to treat women with these concerns.

Over the past several years, Dr. Williams has taught and presented to students and medical professionals throughout the United States and Europe. He has designed and published board review books for osteopathic medical students. His medical research includes National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research on the effects of manipulation on low back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Dr. Williams’ practice focuses on osteopathic manipulation and medical acupuncture primarily for acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders such as headaches, neck, back and joint pain and fibromyalgia. His approach to osteopathic manipulation focuses on optimizing biomechanical function and reducing stress and strain.
His breadth and depth of training has given Dr. Williams a unique skill set and perspective to creatively address his patients’ concerns. He has worked with new mothers and their babies, patients with TMJ disorders and cranio-facial pain, and countless people with all types of back, neck and other musculoskeletal pain.

Dr. Williams also has a passion for working with athletes. He previously worked with a major Division 1 university, providing consultation and osteopathic manipulation to high performance athletes. Through this experience he has developed a strong professional interest in working with professional, collegiate and aspiring athletes to reach their optimum potential through osteopathic manipulation.

“I was drawn to Osteopathic medicine because it focuses on treating people, not symptoms or diseases. While Osteopathic physicians can and do use traditional medical approaches – like prescription drugs and surgery – what sets us apart is this holistic view of the body and the individuals we care for.

“The hands-on manipulation techniques I’ve learned and refined over the years have allowed me to help so many people get out of pain and improve their health. I’ve cared for newborn babies, people in their 90s and everyone in between, often using only the best tools I have… my hands, knowledge and experience. Being able to relieve chronic pain and improve health in such a natural, patient-friendly way is extremely gratifying.”

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