Michael Nelson, DC
Carolina Active Health Chiropractic
16 Mills Avenue, Suite 3, Greenville, SC, 29605, United States
- Phone Number: 864-881-2242
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.carolinaactivehealth.com
- Doctor of Chiropractic - Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida
- Master of Human Resource Development - Clemson University
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Medical Professions (Athletic Training) - Ohio State University
Specialties & Certifications
- Certified Athletic Trainer
- Active Release Technique (ART)
- Graston Technique
- Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM-CES)
- Fascial Movement Taping (FMT I & II)
Athletic & Training Background
While in high school, I played four years of varsity football, basketball, and baseball. I then decided to pursue a career in Athletic Training. I received my Athletic Training degree from Ohio State University, working primarily with their football and baseball teams. I then worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Clemson University, working with their Track and Field and Football team. I then worked for the Buffalo Bills as an Athletic Trainer before deciding to pursue my Doctorate of Chiropractic.
Current Role Working with Athletes
I am the co-founder of Carolina Active Health Chiropractic, a chiropractic practice in Greenville, SC specializing in the active population. I am additionally the current team chiropractor for Clemson University.
Professional PhilosophyOur goal is simple: We want to provide a natural, holistic, solution to your healthcare needs. Our aim is to improve your life in any way we can, whether that is to live a pain free life or optimize your performance and wellness. We focus on total optimization of each individual, focusing on the movement of the human body. We use an evidence-based biomechanical and structural based approach to your care. Treating in this method can not only resolve your condition more quickly, but can also prevent future conditions from occurring.
"Remember that muscles do what they are told. If they are doing something you don’t like, tell them to do it differently: communicate to the muscle through repetition of posture and movement." - Gray Cook