Welcome to The Southeastern Spine Institute, the largest medical practice in South Carolina specializing in spine only care.

Our medical campus occupies over 41,000 sq. feet on 3 acres of land just off Chuck Dawley Boulevard, in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Here we have state-of-the-art spine MRIs, digital X-ray and most forms of diagnostic equipment to help determine your exact problem. Our medical facility has multiple non-surgical treatment rooms and block suites. We also have an in-house Pharmacy and Physical Therapy Center exclusively to spinal related problems.

If you do need surgery, and less than 10% of our patients do, we have our own in-house surgery center (ASC) where you can have a minimally invasive procedure done in less than an hour and go home the same day. No need to stay overnight in a hospital.

For more information or to book an appointment, visit us at www.southeasternspine.com today.



AMANDA THE MOM — Being a mom is something Amanda Holliday loves, and while it’s most rewarding it can also be the world’s toughest job. So when neck pain began troubling Amanda to the point where she could not lift anything, she worried that her relationship with her daughter would never be the same. WATCH

TRUCK DRIVING MAN — While sitting and shifting is hard work, so is loading, unloading and keeping up with the maintenance of a big rig. So when Michael started having pain in his back, his job just kept getting hard and harder. WATCH

WOMAN DOING IT ALL — Amy Hill is from Sandy Run, South Carolina, where she is a very active career woman on top of a bust life as a wife, mother and dog lover. But all of her pursuits were interrupted when a minor back pain at work just kept getting worse. WATCH

PERSONAL TRAINER NEEDS HELP HERSELF — As a personal trainer, who herself was in top shape, Meredith found that when it comes to overcoming back pain, sometimes being fit is just not enough. WATCH

BACK TO FISHING IN THE WOODS — Two years ago Carroll had to put his love for fishing on hold. Debilitating back pain caused by adult scoliosis was making it impossible for him to even walk. WATCH

RESTAURANT WORK IS HARD ON THE BACK — A fixture of fine dining for almost 40 years, the name Chef Brett McKee is familiar to the Charleston, South Carolina area. While you may not have tasted his fine cuisine, you may relate to the fact that the restaurant business can be really hard on your back. WATCH