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Excellent, Affordable Chiropractic Care

 

Thousands of residents in Upstate South Carolina experience excellent chiropractic care at very affordable prices at the Sherman College Health Center.  The chiropractic clinic is located on Sherman College’s campus at 2020 Springfield Road in Spartanburg. The Health Center is a community partner with Access Health.

The Sherman Health Center is a chiropractic clinic for teaching students who are in their final stage of internship prior to graduation from the doctor of chiropractic program. The teaching environment, coordinated by licensed doctors of chiropractic, allows interns to practice chiropractic under close supervision and constant consultation (Fast Facts about the Health Center).

Chiropractic clinic care is safe for babies and children.

Chiropractic is safe for babies and children.

The Health Center chiropractic clinic includes 23 spacious patient care rooms equipped with modern chiropractic analytical and adjusting equipment. Each patient works with an intern assigned to a case doctor who supervises the plan of care designed by the intern for your specific concerns. Digital x-rays are available as needed.

At Sherman College, chiropractic care is more than just symptom relief. Ultimately, the goal of chiropractic is to improve the life and health of patients. Misalignments in the vertebrae of the spinal column (your back) can disrupt proper nerve function and lead to decreased performance and health. These misalignments are called vertebral subluxations. Putting the spinal bones in their correct position takes away the interference to the nerves that link your brain and your body.

Chiropractors gently correct the problem by using a broad range of adjusting methods. By correcting subluxations and restoring proper nerve flow, chiropractors help people enjoy more of their full potential for health and optimal performance. It’s about helping people of all ages – from infancy to active senior living – to enjoy better health under chiropractic care. Chiropractic adjustments are safe for babies and children, helping them to develop strong, healthy bodies.  Ask your intern or the receptionist about family rates.

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  1. I was wanting to know how to become a patient I don’t have Insurance and what are your prices and days for appointments. Thank you my num is 8642855673 too

    1. Your first visit is free, and you need to allow at least an hour for your intern to take your history. Visits are $15. The health center does not take insurance, but will provide paperwork for you to submit.

      Call 864-578-8777 to make an appointment. The health center is open Monday – Friday from 11 to 6 pm/5pm Frdays. The Health Center will be closed Dec. 24-31 for Winter Break.

  2. I have heard that your school does not teach about taking a proper case history, nor how to take daily notes on a patient. That since your school only believes in “Straight” chiropractic,… it is not necessary to take a case history, nor good chart notes! Is this true? What about re-exams if a patient has not been in to see the chiropractor in several months? Does Sherman College teach the performance of a re-exam after not seeing a patient for an extended period of time? Should an updated case history and an examination not be done to check if anything has changed?? Please tell me this is not true. What is an example of a Sherman Case History, Spinal Examination form, Update Case History and re-examination!

    1. Thank you for asking. You have been misinformed.

      Our interns do take a case history, they do take daily notes, and they do re-exam on a regular basis. I (web designer) am a health center patient, and each time I get a new intern (every 13 months or so) the intern does all of these things, and repeats physical exam at about six months, even though I go every week for care.

      For the forms used, you can contact the Director of Clinics, Dr. Claudia Seay, cseay@sherman.edu. Our patient intake forms are at http://www.shermancollege.net/intranet/CLINIC/2020Entrance-Data-Information.pdf and http://www.shermancollege.net/intranet/CLINIC/2040CaseHistory-SystemsReview.pdf .

      Consider scheduling a visit to see what Sherman College is about: http://www.sherman.edu/chiropractic-college/visit-sherman-college/

  3. this will be my first time going to your clinic. I’m just wondering if I can be seen twice a week?

    1. Elaynna,
      You can schedule your appointments at your convenience with your intern.

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