About
Chiropractic Health

We are family

Atlantic Spine Clinic provides unique solutions and reduced treatment times to accelerate our patients to a pain-free lifestyle, while maintaining an individualized approach to each person's healthcare. These are not "tag-lines" for Atlantic Spine Clinic -- we strive to correct our patients' ailments as quickly as possible with the best possible results.

We treat our patients as family, and all questions, test results, exercise recommendations, X-ray or MRI findings (if applicable) will be thoroughly and thoughtfully explained. 

The board-certified doctors and providers at Atlantic Spine Clinic also understand that co-management with other health care providers often yields great results, and as such we have strong affiliate relationships with MUSC, Roper St. Francis, East Cooper, and Southeastern Spine Institute, from Primary Care Physicians to a variety of surgeons, as well as other health care providers in the Mount Pleasant area such as Anesthesiologists, Physical Therapists, Podiatrists, and Neurologists. 

No referrals needed.

With our insurance verification policy, no patient will incur any unexpected out of pocket expenses.

"They made me feel like I was just part of the family. I am so much better now."

Jane L.

Office Locations

Main Office - No Referral Needed

1150 Hungry Neck Blvd., Suite D
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
843.884.1876

North Charleston Office

2850 Ashley Phosphate Rd, Suite H
North Charleston, SC 29418
843.906.7682

Directions to the Mount Pleasant Office

Directions to the North Charleston Office

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