Faces of Fishers: Todd McDougle



Commentary by Shelly Gattlieb

Originally from the northern part of the state, Todd McDougle was a police officer in Peru, Ind. before injuring his arm and changing his career path. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and then established his practice, IN Chiropractic & Wellness, in Fishers. Palmer was the first chiropractic college in the world.

McDougle has worked with many top athletes through the years and maintains a diverse clientele. He is a Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association and a past president of the Indiana State Chiropractic Association. His wife, Brenda, is a nurse, and they have two sons, two daughters and a miniature pinscher.

Most important charity: St. Jude

Craziest stunt: Jumped off 200-foot limestone quarry at France park and then scaled back up

Greatest movie of all time: “It’s a Wonderful Life”

Favorite celebrity: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Best way to relax: Drink coffee on the back deck with his dog, Ekko 

Family’s regular vacation spot: Mexico

Hates: Onions

Favorite food: Chocolate coconut almond ice cream

Most valued trait: Self-betterment

Definition of success: Close relationship with family

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