Dr. Donald P. Eldridge
Donald Paul Eldridge was born in Louisville, KY in 1966. He graduated from Bishop David High School (what is now Holy Cross) in 1984. He went on to Western Kentucky University where he obtained his Bachelors in Science Degree.
In June of 1992, he earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He served as president of his fraternity, Delta Sigma Chi, as well as Greek Council. He was elected to “Who’s Who In American Colleges.”
Upon graduation, Dr. Donald Eldridge returned home to Louisville to begin practicing with his father , Dr. Ramon Eldridge. Dr. Donald Eldridge continued where he left off in college by joining the Kentucky Chiropractic Society and serving as Jefferson county Regional Chairman, later becoming the Executive Secretary for the state Society.
Dr. Eldridge is currently a member of the International Chiropractic Association, Council on Fitness and Sports Health, Kentucky Chiropractic Society, Palmer Alumni Association, Delta Sigma Chi Alumni Association.
In 2007, Dr. Eldridge became certified as a Wellness Coach. This is part of the Creative Wellness System that Dr. Eldridge has instituted in his practice. The system encourages fitness, nutrition and the right thinking to create a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Don Eldridge is the proud father of two children, Matthew and Tyler. Dr. Don's hobbies include cycling, water skiing, wakeboarding, all forms of fitness and in his spare time photography especially of his boys' soccer games!
Read what our Patients have to say....
"I first came to Dr Don with lower back problems in 2003. Then in 2010/2011 developed neck and shoulder with a case of the shingles.
Have had no other back problems with regular check-ups and adjustments. And much improvement in the shoulders. Even received laser treatments which helped a lot. Even though the shingles are not completely gone, they are better.
Trying something new is always hard. But when the alternative is surgery and a lot of pain, Chiropractic treatments could be the better alternate."