Daniel Kellman, ND, FABNO
Clinical Director of Naturopathic Medicine
Southeastern Regional Medical Center
"We address patients' needs and concerns by offering naturopathic solutions to decrease side effects of treatment."
- Daniel Kellman, ND, FABNO
- Doctorate, Naturopathic Medicine - Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe, AZ
- Fellow, American Board of Naturopathic Oncology
Practicing Since: 1998
Daniel Kellman is committed to helping patients fight cancer by strengthening the body’s ability to heal itself and supporting the whole person. Kellman is Clinical Director of Naturopathic Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at our hospital in Newnan, Georgia.
A graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, Kellman has been in practice since 1998. His experience includes general naturopathic family practice, pain management, advanced immunology and integrative cancer care. He also has experience with herbals, homeopathic medicine, nutritional supplements and pharmaceuticals. In addition, Kellman has lectured on a variety of health topics and has mentored naturopathic medical students.
Kellman has been a naturopathic oncology provider at CTCA since 2006, first at our hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and then at our Newnan hospital in 2012. He works alongside medical oncologists, nutritionists, psychologists and other naturopathic oncology providers as a vital part of the integrative medicine model.
Kellman is past President of the Oklahoma Association of Naturopathic Physicians. He is also a member of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Georgia Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Society for Integrative Oncology.
Kellman grew up in a medical family. His father was a physician and his mother was a nurse midwife and nurse practitioner. He says he was influenced by his parents' adherence to eating organic food from the garden and living close to nature.
His father, Dr. Neil Kellman, practiced acupuncture, herbal medicine and nutritional counseling long before it became popular. Kellman’s father also spent several years in the West Indies practicing tropical medicine and doing humanitarian work. Kellman says his fondest memories of his father were the times when he accompanied him on house calls.
Kellman always knew he wanted to be a doctor. When he discovered that he could become a licensed naturopathic doctor, this path seemed to suit his background and his passions.
Married with a son and a daughter, Kellman enjoys spending his free time with family and friends, playing tennis, hiking, biking and enjoying the outdoors.