Information about Dr. Dan Denette


Dr. Dan lived the chiropractic philosophy well before he decided he ever wanted to become a chiropractor.  He always looked for a natural way of healing his body, which is what initially drew him to seek out a chiropractor.  Dr. Dan had known all along that he wanted to be a healer; his caring and attentive nature made him a natural.  Chiropractic is a perfect fit for him.  Dr. Dan grew up in Coventry, Rhode Island where the attitude of “service to others” was first instilled into him through his many years in the Boy Scouts of America.

Dr. Dan has been trained in the following techniques:
Sacral Occipital Technique

He is constantly upgrading his clinical skills by attending seminars whenever his schedule permits so that he can provide you and your family with the best possible care.

Dr. Dan graduated cum laude from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic.  He excelled at communicating chiropractic through his love of chiropractic philosophy.  It was this love of philosophy that earned Dan the B.J. Palmer Philosophy Award and it was Dan’s outstanding clinical skills and involvement in the chiropractic community that earned him the Milton Garfunkel award: the highest distinction given to Sherman graduates.

Dr. Dan continues to be involved in the chiropractic community.  He is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the Federation of Straight Chiropractors and Organizations and a board member of the Massachusetts Alliance for Chiropractic Philosophy.

Being an Eagle Scout has taught Dan the importance of community.  As soon as he settled into the Easton community, he became involved.  He volunteers much of his time as a member of the Easton Lions Club.  He is a committee member of Activate Easton, a group dedicated to raising the health and well-being of the residents of Easton.  He is involved as an adult leader of the Youth Ministry at Holy Cross Church and he strives to further his communication abilities through the local Toastmasters Club.  Dr. Dan is guest lecturer at Stonehill College, where he graduated from in 2002 (and where he met Dr. Kris!)