Dr. Dan Lyons is a lifelong Wisconsin native. After completing his undergraduate degrees in Biology and Biochemistry, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and Graduated in 1996. He opened his first office in his hometown and relocated to Green Bay in 2005. He has always been involved in bettering the profession. He has adopted classes at Palmer College, served as President of several Chiropractic organizations including the Wisconsin chapter of the Palmer Alumni Assoc.
He teaches technique and analysis seminars and workshops around the country as well as in Europe and Japan. Currently he writes articles for a Chiropractic journal and is on the Board of 3 Chiropractic non –profit organizations. Dan brings all this expertise to the office every day to provide the best, most precise care to his patients. He lives in Green Bay, WI with his wife and two children. Dr. Dan is a husband and father, a writer and speaker, an author and explorer. His inquisitive nature lends itself well to helping find the cause of your problems. Dr. Dan is from Oregon Wisconsin. He graduated from UW-Parkside with a dual major, Biology and Biochemistry in 1992. A car accident in 1990 in which he broke his neck in 5 places and completely dislocated a segment crushing his spinal cord completely changed his career direction. With a greater appreciation for what pressure on nerves can do to the body, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and graduated in 1996. While at Palmer he interned for the world renowned J. Larry Troxell in the Troxell Intern Program. In addition to practice, Dr. Dan currently sits on the Boards of Gonstead Methodology Institute, Gonstead Clinical Studies Society and the Center for Chiropractic Progress. He loves to read, write and teach when he is not outside or with his family.