Will Page-Echols, D.O., a graduate of Michigan State University, is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. His Internship was at Lansing General Hospital (now Ingham Regional Medical Center, Pennsylvania Campus), and Family Practice Residency at E.W. Sparrow Hospital. He trained in Medical Acupuncture at UCLA.
Dr. Page-Echols has additionally attended many courses in Nutritional Medicine, Mind-Body Medicine, and Environmental Medicine. He is committed to providing holistic, complementary care, blending his interests and skills in alternative medicine and the art of listening, with mainstream medicine.
Dr. Page-Echols has studied and practiced the application of diet and nutrition, acupuncture and manual medicine for nearly forty years. He is fascinated by the way the endocrine and immune systems interact and how function can be improved with bio-identical hormones, by the addition of nutrients, or by the withdrawal of particular foods from the diet. Dr. Page-Echols enjoys interacting with people on an intimate basis, to improve their physical, mental and spiritual well- being.
He is a Founding Board Member of the American Academy of Holistic Medicine and a member of the American Academy of Osteopathy, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. He is married to Wendy Page-Echols, D.O., and they have two grown sons, Ian and Robin.