Diana Cable, D.O.

career background

Diana Cable brings over 41 years if experience in the health care field. She began as a nurse and realized the ‘art’ of medicine had been lost. Even though she was accepted at Johns Hopkins Medical School she chose to attend Osteopathic Medical School because of an interest in the blend of Naturopathic and Allopathic medicine. She realized that she would ultimately be a bridge between east and west, art and science, transpersonal and physical.

During her education as an Osteopath she completed a fellowship in the manipulative aspect of Osteopathic medicine. After completing her residency in Family Practice, she opened her own practice and began school all over again, becoming certified in Functional Medicine, Interactive Guided Imagery, Clinical Hypnosis and Clinical Homeopathy. She studied medical acupuncture and the philosophy of Eastern medicine as well as Ayurvedic Medicine. She also studied with naturopaths and many spiritual psychology, mind/body practitioners.

Over time, Diana experienced that when people healed, it was because they were able to go deeply into their ‘stories’ and transform them. She also connected what Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of Osteopathy, had known and written 100 years before; ‘everything a person needs to heal is inherent within them; it is the physicians job to help them access that’ to the transformational work she was doing with her patients. Thus, the coaching aspect of her practice was born.

Essentially, Diana is a teacher in many ways. Diana’s practice today consists of seeing clients in person and electronically, integrating her medical experience and wide range of schooling with intuitive insights and her client’s individual needs.


Emotional Intelligence, Communication Skills, Growth Mindset, Overcoming Challenges and Creating Breakthroughs, Biodynamic Cranial Osteopathy, Clinical Hypnosis, Interactive Guided Imagery, Functional Medicine, Clinical Homeopathy, Medical Acupuncture, previously board certified in Family Practice.

industry background & education

Medical Director of remote clinic in S.E. Alaska, Founder and Medical Director of multidisciplinary medical practice, BSN Boston State College (Double major Nursing/Biology and minor in psychology), D.O. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.

noted accomplishments

  • Founded and directed the first one of a kind multidisciplinary holistic medical practice in a catchment area of 2.2 million people.
  • Consulted with others to set up their own holistic practice, using her own practice as a template.