Welcome to The Joint Chiropractic - The Point! As your Greenville chiropractor dedicated to family chiropractic and spine health, we invite you to join the millions of Americans who have not only found relief from lower back pain, sciatica pain, and migraines, but also a pathway to wellness with chiropractic's natural, drug-free approach to healthcare.
Whether you have seen a chiropractor in the past or are seeking a local chiropractor near you for the first time, expect your visit to The Joint Chiropractic - The Point to be different from any healthcare experience you've had before. Perhaps even life-changing.
Here are a few reasons why The Joint Chiropractic in Greenville is your perfect destination for pain relief and preventative care:
As you can see, chiropractic care provided by the licensed chiropractors at The Joint offers you and your family an affordable, convenient and accessible solution like no other.
Through manual manipulation of the spine delivered to the highest standards by licensed chiropractors, chiropractic care works to restore and maintain proper communication from your brain to your body by relieving what chiropractors refer to as a subluxation, or a misalignment, of the spine. Restoring proper alignment to the spine can assist with pain relief and prevention of:
So whatever “symptoms” you or your family may be experiencing, visit our Greenville chiropractic office today to learn more about how you could improve your overall health and well-being. And remember, you never need an appointment to visit, so stop in when it is convenient for you. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Dr. Luiz Campos D.C. was born and raised in São Paulo, one of the largest metropolitan cities in Brazil. In 1999 he came to the United States as an exchange student where he graduated from Hillcrest High School. He immediately proceed on a long journey of studies in the major Colleges and Universities in the update of South Carolina. He earned an Associate Degree in Science from Spartanburg Technical College, Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from USC Upstate, and finally a Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) Degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic (2012). Dr. Campos is certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) and licensed to practice in the state of South Carolina.
Dr. Campos strongly believes in the importance of regular chiropractic care to maintain spinal health and to remove interference to the nervous system. Therefore, improving the immune system and allowing the body to heal itself.
As a South Carolina resident, husband and father of two beautiful children, Dr. Campos takes advantage of all the wonderful opportunities the upstate has to offer. Including spending time with his family and participating in activities such as soccer, golf, walking and hiking.
Dr. Bethaney L. Allison was born and raised in Tazewell, Virginia. She completed her undergraduate education at Virginia Tech where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. She moved to Spartanburg, South Carolina in 2010 to pursue her education in chiropractic. In 2013, she earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After receiving her National Board certification and state licensure in July of 2013, she began practicing in Greenville, South Carolina.
Dr. Bethaney started her chiropractic career with The Joint in 2013 and in 2015 took some time off to explore other options in chiropractic care. After a little over a year of soul searching she returned to The Joint because the philosophy and values of The Joint were exactly what she believed about chiropractic care. Dr. Bethaney became a chiropractor in hopes to improve people’s quality of life and she strongly believes the best way to do that is through routine and affordable chiropractic care.
Whether she’s cruising the streets of the Carolinas on her motorcycle or riding four-wheelers in the mountains of Virginia, Dr. Bethaney enjoys the great outdoors and motorsports. She fell in love with all the great state of South Carolina has to offer and while she may be a Virginia girl born and raised, she’s a Carolina girl at heart.
Dr. Matthew Atkinson was born and raised in Greenwood, South Carolina. Dr. Matt completed his undergraduate education through attending Anderson University, where he also competed on the cross country and track teams. He moved to Spartanburg in 2015 to pursue his education in chiropractic. In 2018, he earned his chiropractic graduate degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After receiving his national board certification and state licensure, he began practicing in Spartanburg, South Carolina. While attending Sherman College, he participated in the intern program with Spartanburg Methodist College providing chiropractic care to all the student-athletes of the college. Dr Matt was also active in the Sherman College student government, acting as treasurer.
Dr. Atkinson believes in the importance of regular chiropractic care to maintain spinal health and to remove interference to the nervous system. Therefore, improving the immune system and allowing the body to heal itself.
As a South Carolina resident, husband and father, Dr. Atkinson takes advantage of all the wonderful opportunities the upstate has to offer. Including spending time with his family and participating in activities around the upstate.
Dr. Clarence “Clay” Taylor -- You can call him Clay or Dr. Clay if you’d like -- joined The Joint Chiropractic family of healthcare providers in 2019. He received his doctorate of chiropractic from Life University
“The thing I like best about being in the chiropractic field is that I get to help people be better than they thought possible,” Dr. Clay says. “I’ve achieved my lifelong dream since I was 12 years old.
He enjoys biking, weight training, and reading alongside his pit bull Jenny and poodle Loki in his spare time.
Dr. Clay’s first-hand experience with a chiropractor led him down the chiropractic path.
“When I was 12, I was an injured gymnast,” he says. “I couldn’t sleep and I couldn’t breathe without pain. A chiropractor fixed me.”
As a native of Anderson, Dr. Clay’s favorite thing about working in his hometown clinic is pretty obvious: “I get to work in the community that raised me.”
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Dr. Clay says the one thing he must have in his refrigerator “is gluten-free chicken tenders. I make the best chicken sandwiches.”
If he could invite any four people to the dinner party of his dreams, he would include “The Rock,” Dwayne Johnson, as well as self-help guru Tony Robbins, actor Tom Hanks, and physicist Albert Einstein.
“They are all major influencers,” Dr. Clay says, “and I probably wouldn’t have to pay for my tab.”
The coolest thing he has ever done was to go skydiving. “Words fall short of the feeling of falling for thousands of feet,” he says.
Dr. Eric Harrell joined The Joint Chiropractic’s family of healthcare providers in 2019 with his arrival at The Point. He is a graduate of Ithaca College, where he studied exercise science and human performance, and later earned a doctorate in chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College.
“The best thing about being in the chiropractic field, to me, is having the opportunity to help and educate the people within our community about the importance and benefits of receiving chiropractic on a regular basis,” he says. “The other thing is having the opportunity to meet great people within our community.”
In his spare time, Dr. Eric enjoys fishing, grilling, and spending time with his wife and two kids, as well as husky/Labrador mix named Kylo and a cat named Shummy.
Dr. Eric was raised in the Finger Lakes region of New York, and worked in Ithaca and Geneva before migrating to South Carolina, including stops in Summerville and Easley.
“I knew chiropractic was my calling when I was involved in a head-on collision while in undergrad,” he says. “My brother-in-law referred me to his chiropractor for my injuries, and the rest is history.”
Dr. Eric loves working in the Greenville community helping patients and giving them relief.
In Case You Didn’t Know Dr. Eric says the one thing he always keeps handy in his refrigerator is iced coffee: “It starts my morning off and tastes great.” If he could bring any four people from history together for the dinner party of his dreams, Dr. Eric would include an eclectic group that includes singer Lionel Ritchie, astronomer Carl Sagan, talk show icon Johnny Carson, and celebrity chef Bobby Flay.
“Hopefully, Lionel Ritchie would sing but I’d like to thank him for the inspiration his songs have given me throughout my life,” he says. “Carl Sagan, so that I can pick his brain in regards to space exploration. Johnny Carson, because in my opinion, he is the king of comedy. And hopefully Bobby Flay would cook our dinner and teach me a few things while doing it.”
The coolest thing Dr. Eric has done was take a walk with his wife. But it wasn’t an ordinary stroll. “My wife and I walked through a live volcano in St. Lucia,” he says. “It was so cool to see the volcanic crater shooting hot steam far into the air to relieve pressure from below. It was kind of scary too.”
Dr. Morgan Andrews joined The Joint Chiropractic family of local healthcare providers when she arrived at the Spartanburg clinic location at the beginning of 2020. She earned her doctorate of chiropractic from Life University with a concentration in biology and is well-suited to meet the needs of local Spartanburg patients.
Dr. Morgan -- or Dr. Mo if you feel really chummy -- says the best thing about being in the chiropractic field “is being able to offer patients a natural and non-invasive way to improve the quality of their everyday life.
“The other thing I love,” she says, “is getting to work with a group of awesome people committed to the same journey and vision of making sick people well.”
She grew up in several states, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, and South Carolina. Not surprisingly, she enjoys exploring by hiking and doing anything in nature, traveling to new places, as well as working out, seeing movies, and spending quality time with friends and family.
She also loves the time she spends with her dog, cats, and two horses. “I’ll feed anything cute,” Dr. Morgan says.
Her ill health as a child eventually led her to the chiropractic field. “Being very sick as a kid and having found no hope or answers from conventional medical routes, I went on a journey of discovery about how amazing our bodies are and how they can innately heal if we give them the right stuff and then get out of the way,” Dr. Morgan says.
She worked previously in Irmo, but she absolutely loves the energy of the Spartanburg office. “I feel so connected with the staff and patients,” she says. “It’s great.”
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Ever wonder what Dr. Morgan always keeps stocked in her refrigerator? “Steak,” she says. “Because, why not?”
If she could bring together any four persons from history to enjoy steaks on the grill, she would like to sit down at the dinner table with Jesus Christ, President Abraham Lincoln, anti-apartheid activist and political leader Nelson Mandela, and chemist/physicist Marie Curie. “I think it would be amazing to sit and chat with them all,” Dr. Morgan says.
Her penchant for adventure once led her whitewater rafting down some Class IV and Class V rapids. “It was scary and exciting and challenging and made me feel alive,” she says. “I want to do it again!”
Dr. Brittany Scoggins joined The Joint Chiropractic in 2017 with her arrival at the Anderson clinic location. A graduate of South Carolina, she earned a bachelor’s of science before attending Sherman College of Chiropractic where she received her doctorate.
Dr. Brittany, as she prefers being called, said service to others is the best thing about being in the chiropractic field. “I love making a positive difference in patients’ lives by helping them reach an optimal state of health,” she says.
A product of Boiling Springs, S.C., she previously worked in Greenville before becoming a healthcare provider for Anderson as its local chiropractor.
When she’s not working, Dr. Brittany enjoys her pet Labrador, Riggins. Dr. Brittany also likes spending time with her family, “especially playing with my niece and nephew. As well, she enjoys camping and playing tennis or softball; she was a third baseman on the Spartanburg Methodist College team.
Her own experience led her to pursue a career in chiropractic care. “I played sports growing up and in college,” she says. “I started getting adjusted due to sports injuries and for overall health while growing up.”
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Cheese is the one thing Dr. Brittany always has stocked in her refrigerator. “Can you really have enough,” she asks.
If she could sit down with a couple of famous people for the dinner party of her dreams, Dr. Brittany would love to break bread and pick the brains of television talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “Ellen is funny,” she says, “and Ruth Bader Ginsburg has done so much for women’s rights and equality.”
Dr. Brittany’s softball career has led her to some pretty cool experiences. She played in the Little League Softball World Series in 1999, and played in two National Junior College Athletic Association Championships while at Spartanburg Methodist 2008-09.
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In a recent Consumer Reports study, chiropractic outperformed prescription medication, deep-tissue massage, yoga, pilates, and over-the-counter medication therapies, in treating back pain. 1
1 Consumer Reports Health Ratings Center. Back-Pain Treatments. ConsumerReports.org; July 2011.
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