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Office Locations

Main Office - No Referral Needed

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

Satellite Office - Referral Only

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

Walterboro Location- Referral Only

521 E. Washington St
Walterboro, South Carolina 29488
843.782.4095

Mt. Pleasant Hours

Monday: 9 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Tuesday: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M.

Wednesday: 9 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Thursday: 12 P.M. - 6 P.M.

Friday: 9 A.M. - 3 P.M.

Fifteen Year Anniversary

This June marks the 15 Year Anniversary of Atlantic Spine Clinic! Hard to believe time has gone by so quickly. Most importantly I want to recognize our patients, and our families, as none of this would have been possible without you! Thank you for your love and support, and we will do everything we can to ensure your time with us remains effective, purposeful, and caring for many years to come! -Rick Huston

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COVID-19 UPDATES

We are very happy to announce Atlantic Spine and Health Clinic is now fully operational, open Monday-Friday, with updated COV-19 guidelines in place until further notice. Hopefully, everyone is staying healthy and active! Additionally, Massage Therapy will resume starting Monday, May 18. As you can imagine, the schedule is filling quickly, so contact us soon to get scheduled! Thank you for your patience as we are trying our very best to serve the needs of our patients, and our healthcare team, and maintain safe and effective practice guidelines. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Back Pain in Runners

When we think of avid runners, we often conjure in our minds people who are at the peak of fitness – active and agile, with maybe the occasional bout of knee pain, but never anything too serious because these people are healthy. Well, study after study has shown the medical community that there are a variety of issues that can affect the body of a runner, and not only his or her knees, as many would suspect. As it turns out, avid runners can battle some pretty severe low back pain. The explanation for why runners suffer episodes of low back pain may seem straightforward – the impact of foot to pavement could have a jarring effect on the spine, and over a long enough period, lead to regular episodes of back pain. While this explanation can be real for some, studies have highlighted something else entirely: Back pain in runners may stem from weak core muscles.

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Temporomandibular Disorder: How Do You Know if You Have TMJ?

More than 10 million Americans suffer a temporomandibular joint or TMJ disorder.

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