MYRTLEBEACH SPINE CENTER "A center of excellence in health & wellness"
The purpose of this office and our staff is to get sick people well and to keep well people healthy.
We intend to teach as many people as possible the true meaning of health and healing.
We will accomplish this by acting with love, integrity, and selflessness.
Our office will be a home away from home where people, not a file number or an insurance card, can come and have fun, learn, be healthy, and share their lives with us.We will never forget that the patient comes first, and we will treat that patient just as if they were a member of our personal family.
We will continue to strive to be the best doctors and staff we can possibly be.
Our mission is to help as many people as humanly possible. To make a difference in every person whom we touch. To help make this town, this county, this state, this nation, this world, a healthier, happier place.
The Myrtle Beach Spine Center offers Power workshops on health and wellness bimonthly. These workshops can also be presented to your group or organization at No Charge. Please contact the office to schedule the date and time for your workshop.
*-Managing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome *-Managing Arthritis *-Four Essentials of Health (general health and wellness) *-Peri-Natal Care *-Raising a Healthy Drug Free Family *-Nutrition *-Fibromyalgia Management *-Low Back Pain Management *-Headaches *-Stay Fit While You Sit *-Stress Management *-Ritalin Controversy - ADD/ADHD Treatment and Management *-Osteoporosis *-Stress Management for Couples *-H1N1 Educations *-Chiropractic Orientation *-Put Stress to Rest *-A New Year a New You *-Fast Track to Health *-Aspartame, the Truth *-Many other power workshops are created each month
We encourage our patients to help us by participating in this most important and noble mission.
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