Meet Dr. Todd Glidewell

​Dr. Glidewell spent his youth near the beaches of Southern California then later moved with his family to the Midwest during his teenage years. After high school, he attended Wichita State University, where he pursued a degree in biological sciences. It was during this time that he worked as an Emergency Medical Technician, which helped prepare him for a career in treating and caring for injured and hurting people.

Dr. Glidewell's interest in health care led him to Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri, where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic Science degree and then completed a two-year chiropractic internship. Following the completion of his doctorate degree, he completed the Master's Program at the Spine Research Foundation, where he polished his skills in treating whiplash injuries. He also expanded his clinical expertise by completing a two-year preceptorship with world-renowned chiropractor/acupuncturist, Dr. Richard Yennie. Dr. Glidewell’s command of chiropractic and non-needle acupuncture makes him a dual threat against painful injuries and many other chronic conditions. His noninvasive approach to health yields remarkable results that come in the form of his many satisfied patients.

After finishing his degree in Chiropractic school, he met Nicole, a native of the Scranton area. They were married and decided to raise their family in Northeast Pennsylvania. Doctor Glidewell lives with his wife Nicole and five children live in Clarks Summit, close to their family and friends. They both enjoy the beauty and splendor of northeastern Pennsylvania, but most of all they appreciate the quality of people and sense of family values that are prevalent in the area.