Education and Training
Dr. Chandler was pleased to establish his practice here in Southeastern Indiana, home to his family and roots..
He grew up in Waldron, IN and graduated from Waldron Jr./Sr. High School. He went on to Indiana State University, where he obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry. Dr. Chandler continued his education and obtained two Masters Degrees: 1) Masters of Science in Medical Sciences from IU School of Medicine, 2) Masters of Science in Biology from Purdue University.
Dr. Chandler then studied Osteopathic Medicine and received his Doctorate Degree (D.O.) from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine. After graduating from medical school, he then completed his residency in Family Practice at Westview Hospital in Indianapolis, IN, where he served as Co-chief Resident.
Residency in Family Practice at Westview Hospital in Indianapolis, IN, where he served as Co-chief Resident.
Dr. Chandler practices diabetes management, metabolism & endocrinology and internal medicine. As a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
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Osteopathic medicine is a distinct form of medical practice in the United States, providing all of the benefits of modern medicine including prescription drugs, surgery, and the use of technology to diagnose disease and evaluate injury. It also offers the added benefit of hands-on diagnosis and treatment through a system of therapy known as Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, which emphasizes on helping each person achieve a high level of wellness by focusing on health promotion and disease prevention.
DOs combine today's medical technology with their ears to listen caringly to their patients, with their eyes to see their patients as whole persons, and with their hands to diagnose and treat patients for injury and illness.