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Daniel Chappell, DO

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991 W. Shepard Lane Suite 200 Farmington, UT 84025

LDS Hospital - Labor and Delivery Services
8th Ave & C Street Salt Lake City, UT 84143

McKay-Dee Hospital - Laborist Program
4401 Harrison Blvd. Ogden, UT 84403


Board Certifications

American Academy of Family Physicians

Procedures / Treatments

  • Abscess Draining Ogden Clinic physicians diagnose and treat abscesses often, usually through draining the sore. Abscesses are not difficult to drain but should be drained professionally. Schedule an appointment today if you have a sore larger than 1 cm or if it continues to grow.
  • Acne Treatment Depending on the type, location, and severity of your acne, Ogden Clinic dermatologists use a number of treatment plans. These include topical medication, oral medication, or a combination of the two.
  • ADHD Carefully monitored medication combined with cognitive-behavioral therapy helps to improve ADD/ADHD in children and adults.
  • Asthma Management Asthma management will involve taking your prescribed medication as directed by your Ogden Clinic physician and avoiding known asthma triggers
  • Casting Orthopedic casting is the most effective way to treat a fracture or a broken bone. Ogden Clinic specialists use cotton and fiberglass bandages to immobilize injuries and promote recovery.
  • Cholesterol Management A treatment plan designed by a healthcare provider to lower a patient’s cholesterol level. A plan includes recommendations for improved lifestyle, diet, weight, and physical activity. Other risk factors are also assessed that can affect a patient’s cholesterol level. In some cases, cholesterol-lowering medications may also provide additional benefit to managing a healthy cholesterol level. Cholesterol management also involves decreasing the LDL cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol) and making sure HDL (“good” cholesterol) is at recommended levels. Patients and healthcare professionals work together to help improve and maintain heart health and reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
  • Chronic Fatigue

    Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.

  • Congestive Heart Failure Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart does not pump enough oxygen to meet the body’s needs. When the heart’s pumping power decreases it can cause fatigue, shortness of breath, swelling, and other symptoms. Experts at Ogden Clinic are trained to diagnose and manage congestive heart failure.
  • Contraception Contraception or birth control is a method or device used to prevent pregnancy. These methods include IUD, Nexplanon, birth control pills, vaginal rings or injections.
  • Depression Depression is a common but serious mood disorder that can affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities. Depression often manifests as a persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood. Left untreated, it can adversely affect your eating and sleeping habits, as well as your relationships and your ability to work.
  • Diabetes Treatments related to diabetes and how the body handles blood sugar.
  • Diabetes Education Third party training and support for a patient's diabetes self-management and overall health.
  • DOT Physical Exam A Department of Transportation physical exam must be performed by a licensed DOT medical examiner to qualify for a DOT medical certificate and a commercial drivers license (CDL).
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) Test EKG testing is used to check the heart’s electrical activity. The test can help determine the cause of unexplained chest pain or pressure, diagnose diseases, or check the heart health of patients with existing heart conditions.
  • Erectile Dysfunction Treatment options are available for this common type of male sexual dysfunction (life style change, implants, medication, vacuum pump, etc.).
  • High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) High blood pressure is another word for the condition. Blood pressure measures the force against artery walls as the heart pumps blood through the body.
  • Infertility The inability of a couple to reproduce by natural means which may be treated by medical intervention.
  • Ingrown Toenail Our providers can address ingrown toenails that are infected or painful.
  • Intravenous Therapy Intravenous (within-vein) is the fastest way to deliver medications throughout the body. This method is used to correct electrolyte imbalances, perform blood transfusion, or as fluid replacement for dehydration.
  • IUD An IUD, also known as an intrauterine contraceptive device, is inserted via the vaginal canal into the uterus to prevent conception.
  • Joint Injections Also known as intra-articular injections (steroid or other medication) that is injected into a joint to treat inflammatory joint conditions (arthritis, tendinitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, etc.).
  • Laceration Repair Minor skin wounds such as animal bites and deep punctures can be repaired in-office. Depending on the nature/size of the laceration, our professionals will use sutures, staples, or tissue adhesives in an outpatient setting.
  • Lesion Removal Large lesions or lesions in sensitive areas can be removed surgically with local numbing. For minor lesions such as warts, Ogden Clinic specialists can extract them with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy) or salicylic acid.
  • Mental Health Mental health disorders including depression and anxiety can be improved with cognitive-behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, lifestyle coaching, and closely-monitored medication to regulate serotonin in the brain.
  • Mole Biopsy Suspicious moles should be evaluated by a medical professional who can determine if they are cancerous. During mole biopsy, all or part of the mole is removed for laboratory analysis.
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Exacerbation Management Ogden Clinic neurologists and their team are trained to assist MS patients in the treatment and prevention of acute exacerbations.
  • Nexplanon® Also known as Implanon NXT is medication used to prevent pregnancy (long acting & reversible) by inserting a thin, small plastic rod filled with medication under the skin.
  • Obstetric Care Comprehensive and compassionate prenatal care. Ultrasound imaging is utilized at each appointment.
  • Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy OMT therapy is hands-on care that is performed by an osteopathic physician. Treatment is used to diagnose, treat and prevent illnesses/injury by gently moving muscles and joints (stretching, pressure, resistance, etc.)
  • Pulmonary Aspiration A pulmonary aspiration occurs when foreign objects (liquids, food, vomit, saliva) enter the lungs. Treatment includes following the therapies recommended by your Ogden Clinic healthcare professional, including possibly undergoing a swallowing study.
  • Spirometry Test Spirometry is a test used to measure the amount of air inhaled and exhaled. This test is used to assess how well the lungs are functioning.
  • Sports Medicine Sports medicine focuses on helping people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries.
  • Tongue Tie (Ankyloglossia) Infant tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, is a condition in which your child’s tongue is tethered to the floor of the mouth by a band (lingual frenulum). Up to 10% of children live with a moderate or severe tongue tie. Minimally-invasive surgery (Frenotomy) may be able to help.
  • Tongue Tie Release (Frenotomy) Tongue tie is when the bottom of the tongue is attached to the floor of the mouth. When a child is tongue-tied, they have a short or tight frenulum, which is the tiny piece of skin that connects the bottom jaw to the lower lip.
  • Trigger Point Injections (TPI) Trigger point injections are used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points: knots of muscle that form when muscles can’t relax. With the injection, the trigger point is made inactive and the pain is alleviated.
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria, usually from the skin or rectum, enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract.
  • Vasectomy A minimally invasive in-office sterilization procedure for men where the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the urethra are cut so sperm can no longer travel to fertilize a woman's egg. Learn more about Ogden Clinic vasectomies at
  • VBAC VBAC refers to Vaginal Birth After a Caesarean—having a baby vaginally after having at least one baby by caesarean section.
  • Wart Removal Painful or embarrassing warts can be removed several ways. We perform cryotherapy, chemical peels, or even minor surgery to remove warts. Medication is also effective depending on the size and type of wart.
  • Well Child Checkups The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed a set of comprehensive health guidelines for well-child care that are conducted during well child checkups. These routine visits include growth and development monitoring, preventative care, and vaccinations if needed.
  • Women’s Health and Wellness Women’s healthcare addresses conditions that affect a woman’s physical and emotional well-being. This includes:
    • Preventive care: Pap smears, breast and pelvic exams
    • Sexual health: Family planning, and reproductive exams, screenings and treatments
    • Heavy or irregular periods
    • Treatment of yeast infections, urinary tract infections, and other gynecological issues


Mayo Clinic College of Graduate Medical Education
Family Medicine Residency, 2013

Touro University Nevada
D.O., 2010

Brigham Young University
B.S. Micro/Molecular Biology, 2005


Ogden Clinic – Family Medicine
Farmington, Utah – 2016 to Present

Wade Family Medicine – Family Medicine and OB
Bountiful, Utah – 2013 to 2016


Dr. Daniel Chappell was born and raised in Salt Lake City and studied microbiology at Brigham Young University. Afterward, he moved to Nevada to obtain his doctorate and served a residency at the Mayo Clinic College of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minnesota. While completing his residency, Dr. Chappell was also an instructor of Family Medicine at Mayo Clinic, teaching over twenty educational courses and activities.

Dr. Chappell enjoys the full scope of family medicine: OB/GYN, pediatrics, and adult healthcare. He loves delivering and caring for babies. Dr. Chappell’s other interests include dermatology and sports medicine. Currently, Dr. Chappell is the on the Chair of the Family Medicine Board at Lakeview Hospital, the Clinical Research Director at Rocky Vista University, the Treasurer on the Exec Committee of Utah Academy of Family Physicians and is an adjunct faculty member for the U of U Department of Family and Preventive Medicine.

Dr. Chappell currently lives in Farmington with his family. He enjoys farming and spending time outdoors. He also speaks French and Malagasy after serving an LDS mission in Madagascar.

Dr. Chappell is proud to work with RN/Lactation specialists at Ogden Clinic’s Farmington location. For more information, please visit

Dr. Chappell In the Media

Utah Children Ask Doctors Questions About COVID-19 - KSL TV - Featuring Dr. Chappell

The coronavirus can be especially confusing for children. Life has changed dramatically for them and it's a lot to take in. KSL took their questions to an expert to discuss.

Read more at: Utah Children Ask Doctors Questions About COVID-19

Success With Breastfeeding Patient: Beverly | Ogden Clinic

Ogden Clinic has partnered with Success With Breastfeeding to help new mothers who struggle to breastfeed. Beverly is a lactation patient sharing her own success working with Anne Tullis and Sherry Gunn.

Ep. 8: Flu Shots Only 30% Effective This Year? | The Scope

Flu-related deaths and hospitalizations are higher this year across the country. Dr. Chappell delves into the efficacy of this year's flu shot and some recommendations to protect yourself and your family.

Ep. 4: Dr. Chappell's Thoughts on Tide Pod Challenge | The Scope

What does a medical expert think about the Tide Pod Challenge? Dr. Chappell shares some potential consequences of this unusual trend.

Physician Visits Soar with Bad Air Quality | FOX 13 News

Conditions like asthma, bronchitis, and even headaches send many Utahns to the clinic this time of year. Dr. Chappell discusses the health consequences of Utah’s inversion on Fox 13 News.

Male Fertility is in the Hot Seat | Dr. Chappell on ABC4

Obesity, sleep, exercise, and stress all influence male fertility. In this video, Dr. Chappell discusses America’s overall decline in sperm count and how men can work toward increasing fertility.

Dr. Chappell Discusses New Cases of Mumps in the Salt Lake Area

A handful of mumps infections have been reported in Salt Lake County. Dr. Chappell talks about the limits and efficacy of the mumps vaccine.

Why Did Dr. Chappell Choose Family Medicine?

Dr. Chappell loved a bit of everything in medical school which is why family medicine was the perfect fit for him. In this video, he talks about patient diversity and the ‘less is more’ philosophy of medicine. Dr. Chappell also describes the joy of delivering new babies to young families.

Are gamer stimulants safe for adults and teens? Dr. Chappell on KSL5

One vendor booth at SLC Comic Con this year gave away free samples of an energy pill without any listed ingredients. Dr. Chappell delves into the ingredients in this supplement and whether they are safe for ingestion.

Sending the Kids Back to School in Good Health – Dr. Chappell on ABC4

Is a health physical on your child’s back-to-school checklist? It should be! Dr. Chappell discusses the importance of well-child and youth physicals and how to help kids ease the jitters when visiting the doctor.



991 W. Shepard Lane Suite 200 Farmington, UT 84025



LDS Hospital - Labor and Delivery Services
8th Ave & C Street Salt Lake City, UT 84143


McKay-Dee Hospital - Laborist Program
4401 Harrison Blvd. Ogden, UT 84403

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