Dr. Doug Sharp
Dr. Sharp is a graduate of Purdue University and Palmer College of Chiropractic. He's been helping people through chiropractic care for 20 years. He was inspired to pursue chiropractic as a profession when he was injured on the football field in high school. A doctor told his mother to pull him from the sport. A chiropractor treated him and got him back on the field. He learned young -- chiropractic works!
Dr. Sharp is an accomplished athlete. Most notably, a bronze medal winner in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. His 4-man bobsled team helped break a 56 year medal drought for the sport. Before bobsledding, Dr. Sharp attended Purdue University on a Track & Field scholarship, competing as a pole vaulter and sprinter. He was also a decorated high school football, hockey and track athlete.
Dr. Sharp is a husband and father. His wife, Carrie, is a news anchor at Newschannel 5. Together they have two very busy boys, Watt and Decker. The Sharp family moved to Mt. Juliet in 2015 and love it! Dr. Sharp also has a love for competition and speed. He now competes in Power Lifting and loves to race cars.