At Folly Beach Spine & Disc Center, we offer our valued clients a wide range of chiropractic services that solve serious symptoms like:
If you are always in pain and have given up on your doctor's suggested therapies, we've got great news - a permanent solution to your back and foot pain may be closer than you might think.
As doctors and specialists, we hold true to our core values:
We want you to feel comfortable knowing that from your first visit, you will be treated with the care and compassion you would expect from a team of professionals.
At Folly Beach Spine & Disc Center, our doctors are not just experts. They're people, too, and understand how pain and back problems can be crippling. Our goal is to get you well as soon as possible, without drugs or surgeries. That way, you can get back to a normal, healthy living for years to come.
We pair cutting-edge technology with advanced chiropractic services like spinal decompression to get your life back on track.
If you find yourself in a situation where you need to see a chiropractor as soon as possible, we're here for you. Our chiropractors have treated thousands of patients, and we can treat you too.
Our office offers a robust range of chiropractic services in Folly Beach, from custom shoe insoles for your feet to adjustments and massages for your back.
Are you looking for a chiropractor in Folly Beach, SC who treats more than just symptoms? If you're sick of chiropractic services that aren't tailored to your needs and body, it's time to make a change. Our expert chiropractors at Folly Beach Spine & Disc Center focus on your needs, not an idealized version of you. From chiropractic adjustments to custom shoe inserts and spinal decompression, we have the services and treatments you need to live life to the fullest.
Ready to live your best life free of pain? Contact our office today or explore our site to learn more about the Folly Beach Spine & Disc Center difference. We want you to feel comfortable knowing that you will be treated with care, compassion, and excellence every time you visit our office.
Charleston is a picturesque, amazing, and historic city that is filled with unique shopping and dining experiences. It immerses guests in nature, offering them incredible and eye-catching sights and an abundance of outdoor activities at their doorstep. From colorful houses to charming architecture, excellent cuisines, and impressive plantations, this place offers a vibe worth experiencing. Here are things that make Charleston popular. The Charleston MuseumVisitors can check out artifacts and antiques at Charleston Museum. Th...
Charleston is a picturesque, amazing, and historic city that is filled with unique shopping and dining experiences. It immerses guests in nature, offering them incredible and eye-catching sights and an abundance of outdoor activities at their doorstep. From colorful houses to charming architecture, excellent cuisines, and impressive plantations, this place offers a vibe worth experiencing. Here are things that make Charleston popular.
Visitors can check out artifacts and antiques at Charleston Museum. The museum was established in 1773 and was utilized as a slave auction gallery. Here, visitors can see stone items, traditional costumes & shoes, Civil War-era weapons, ornaments, armors, and genuine dinosaur skeletons. History buffs can also learn more about the dark history of the area.
Charleston is a city of unbeatable beauty and has a lot to offer visitors. Its beauty attracts foreigners and natives alike. Among the most frequented attractions in the city is the Joe Riley Waterfront Park. Situated a stone’s throw from the Charleston city market, the park offers visitors amazing views of the Cooper River Bridge and Charleston Harbor. At the center of the park, visitors will be impressed by the highly recognized attractions, a splash fountain and the popular pineapple fountain. These awe-inspiring attractions are spectacular to watch when lit up at night.
Charleston is home to many big and beautiful churches. While dozens of US city skylines comprise more skyscrapers, this is different from Charleston. Its impressive skyline is dominated by church spires. Charleston’s Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist is one of the most highly sought-after attractions. Visitors will definitely be inspired by its fascinating history. The cathedral was first established in 1854. However, it got destroyed by fire after six years. It took almost five decades for the completion of the present cathedral.
James Island is one of the most serene, romantic, and wildly scenic destinations in Charleston. Nestled between Downtown Charleston and Folly Beach, this luxurious hideaway is a walkable destination from the city. Its proximity to some views of the relaxing shore is exactly why so many visitors come to the island. After spending time on the island, visitors can proceed to Fort Sumter, as it is tucked away on an island just off the east coast of James Island.
Visitors will not have truly experienced Charleston without tasting its authentic local food. The city is a mouth-watering haven for foodies. The best way visitors can proclaim their love for this amazing city is by visiting the numerous locally owned restaurants to savor scrumptious cuisines. Some of these restaurants include 82 Queen and Poogan’s Porch.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon were built way before the independence of the United States. This historic building is usually used as the main landmark in Charleston. It is also used to host significant events in South Carolina. It has also been utilized as a commercial exchange, custom house, post office, city hall, and military headquarters, among functions.
Dock Street Theater boasts of being the first ever building identified for use as a playhouse in the initial thirteen colonies, which proclaimed independence. Although the original structure was set in 1809, it was converted into a theater in 1935. Created with visitors in mind, Dock Street Theater is an ideal place for visitors to spend their free time. The theater is a melting pot for history, and that’s why it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Charleston City Market is among the few places that don’t need a lot of convincing people to consider. The market began as a meat and vegetable market, but as time passed, more and more business joints mushroomed. From popular sweetgrass baskets to local paintings and souvenirs, this place is indeed a shopping powerhouse. The market boasts more than 150 retailers that deal with clothes, books, jewelry, and cosmetics.
South Carolina Aquarium is a worthy stop if looking for aquariums in the US. Visitors can learn about real animals that they have never envisioned they’d meet in real life. The aquarium features a myriad of marine life species. Visitors will catch a glimpse of otherworldly invertebrates, sharks, and a wide range of colorful fish. Visitors will also be pleasantly amazed by the numerous interactive exhibitions and a 4D cinema show with vibrating seats.
Charleston has numerous plantations, such as Middleton Place, Drayton Hall, Charleston Tea Plantation, Magnolia Plantation & Garden, and Boone Hall Plantation. There is something magical about these Plantations. Visitors who love nature can visit these plantations and have an entirely different experience in each of them. For instance, The Magnolia Plantation & Garden is a true gem with diverse wildlife. It also has a zoo and a nature tram that transports visitors around.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Special events around the Independence Day weekend will give you the chance to show off your patriotism and celebrate America’s 246th birthday.Here is a list of area celebrations and how you can take part:CharlestonOn the 4th of July, the Charleston RiverDogs will play a home game at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park the first time since 2018. First pitch is 6:35pm followed by the largest fireworks show of the season set to a medley of All-American musicFolly BeachOn Monday, July ...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Special events around the Independence Day weekend will give you the chance to show off your patriotism and celebrate America’s 246th birthday.
Here is a list of area celebrations and how you can take part:
On the 4th of July, the Charleston RiverDogs will play a home game at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park the first time since 2018. First pitch is 6:35pm followed by the largest fireworks show of the season set to a medley of All-American music
On Monday, July 4, 2022, Folly Beach will celebrate with a huge fireworks display hosted by the Folly Association of Business (FAB). Locals and visitors of all ages are invited to enjoy the show, which will start at sundown around 9 p.m. and be visible from anywhere on Folly Beach and for miles around.
The pyrotechnics will be launched from 3rd Block West. The parking area and the beach area at 3rd Block West will be closed to visitors from 10am until 11pm. A beach sweep will be conducted immediately following the show to retrieve debris.
Folly Beach asks all guests to be conscious of beaches, streets, and wildlife and remove all trash. Plans are subject to change due to inclement weather. Keep an eye on VisitFolly.com and social media for updates.
North Charleston holds its 4th of July Festival from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on July 4 at Riverfront Park. The city touts its Independence Day event as the Lowcountry’s largest July 4 fireworks show.
Fireworks will begin at dark and the event will include music by the North Charleston Pops! and DJ Natty Heavy.
The show is free to the public with all general admission for attendees. No one will be allowed into the park, however, until 5 p.m. and all bags will be searched.
Be sure to bring lawn chairs and blankets (as no seating is provided) as well as water and snacks. Grills will not be allowed in the park during the festival. No sparklers or outside fireworks will be permitted.
Parking is free; Enter the former Navy Base via McMillan or Virginia Avenues.
Walking, biking, carpooling and ridesharing are encouraged.
Food trucks for the event include:
For more information, visit the city’s website.
The Isle of Palms will host a fireworks show on July 4 at 9 p.m. at the Front Beach area.
The area of the beach between 21st Avenue to 13th Avenue at Sea Cabins will close at 6 p.m. for the setup and preparation of the fireworks show, which is sponsored by the city.
Beachgoers must take their family and belongings off this area of the beach at 6 p.m.
But they may remain inside the Isle of Palms County Park area, or behind the restroom facilities to watch the show.
Fireworks are strictly prohibited at the City of Isle of Palms.
The Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is offering access to the U.S.S. Yorktown’s flight deck during its 4th of July Fireworks Blast. The annual celebration returns after a three-year hiatus.
Tickets cost $25 and are on sale at the event’s Eventbrite page. Online orders will be limited to six tickets per person. Those tickets cannot be resold. Flight deck capacity is limited and tickets are expected to sell out quickly.
Guests are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs for flight deck seating. Personal food, drinks, and alcohol will not be permitted, nor will they be sold, on the flight deck.
However, each ticket comes with a complimentary bottle of water and local vendor King of Pops will sell gourmet popsicles.
There will be 15 landside food trucks selling tasty dishes before the show begins. Access to the flight deck will open to those with tickets at 7:30 p.m. and close at the conclusion of the fireworks show.
Parking is limited, not guaranteed, and will cost $20. Guests should plan to arrive early.
In addition to the flight deck option on July 4, guests are invited to a free party landside of the historic World War II aircraft carrier USS Yorktown. This will include live music, access to more than a dozen food trucks and a fireworks show above Charleston Harbor after sundown.
The city of Goose Creek’s annual Fourth of July Celebration is scheduled for July 4 at 6:30 p.m. The event features live music, food vendors and kid’s activities.
Alcohol and outside fireworks are prohibited. Admission and parking are free.
The city has a scheduled rain date of July 9 for the event.
The town of Summerville announced it has canceled its Fireworks and Freedom Festival that was scheduled at Gahagan Park.
As of Monday afternoon, a makeup date has not yet been announced.
The town of Moncks Corner is hosting their 4th of July celebration on July 2 at the Regional Recreation Complex.
The free event begins at 6 p.m. Saturday.
The event features:
Fireworks will begin at dusk.
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You’ve probably heard an accolade, or 800, about Charleston’s tourist + leisure scene. But have you ever experienced it for yourself?From the sounds of the waves crashing along Folly Beach to being home to the nation’s only tea garden, the 843 has so much to explore — whether you’re just hitting the highlight...
You’ve probably heard an accolade, or 800, about Charleston’s tourist + leisure scene. But have you ever experienced it for yourself?
From the sounds of the waves crashing along Folly Beach to being home to the nation’s only tea garden, the 843 has so much to explore — whether you’re just hitting the highlights or living the Lowcountry lifestyle.
So grab your walking shoes and stay hydrated, folks. We’re supplying 14 of Charleston’s best tourist attractions.
Rainbow Row Perhaps the most iconic of all Charleston tourist destinations is this colorful stretch of homes on East Bay Street that embodies the historic charm of the Holy City. We debunked the myths of Rainbow Row here.
Joe Riley Waterfront Park Waterfront Park in downtown Charleston is home to the Pineapple Fountain and beautiful views of the harbor. Did you know that this fruit is a symbol of hospitality? Learn the history of the pineapple in Charleston.
The Notebook filming locationsMost of feature film “The Notebook” was filmed in the Lowcountry and we rounded up key filming locations around town at the link above. Book a tour with Rebellion Roads to visit “The Notebook” and “Outer Banks” filming locations.
Charleston Tea Garden® Sip the full tea-lover flavor at the only tea garden in North America. Explore acres of tea plants, take a trolley ride through the garden + check out the gift shop brimming with delicious samples and tea items.
Old Slave Mart Museum The Old Slave Mart Museum is possibly the only known existing building once used as a slave auction gallery in the state. The museum tells the story of Charleston’s role in the interstate slave trade.
Angel Oak Tree Thought to be over 400 or 500 years old, our beloved Angel Oak measures approximately 65 feet tall and 25 feet in circumference with 17,000 square feet of shade. These boughs are worth the scenic drive to Johns Island. Read the history of the Angel Oak here.
Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge opened on July 16, 2005, as the longest cable-stayed bridge of its time in North America. With a pedestrian + bike path, the Ravenel delivers beautiful views of the river and peninsula. Learn about the history of the old Cooper River Bridges here.
Nathaniel Russell House The free-flying staircase, formal gardens + lavish interiors of this circa 1808 home are a stunning display of Charleston’s history. Explore this National Historic Landmark with tours running daily from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Fort Sumter Pack a lunch, hop on the ferry across the Charleston Harbor, and explore this famous fort. Fort Sumter was fired upon on April 12, 1861 — said to be the first shots of the Civil War.
Charleston City Market From sweetgrass baskets to Lowcountry cuisine, the great hall + open-air sheds of the City Market offer a whole day’s worth of activities for tourists and locals alike. Pro tip: Visit the night market on Fridays and Saturdays for cooler temps and live music.
First Friday Artwalks Every month except July and January, the Charleston Gallery Association hosts art walks from 5-8 p.m. Stroll the historic streets of Charleston + take in the local art talent at any of the 40+ participating galleries.
Folly Beach “Relax + slow down” is the mantra of Folly Beach locals. But with activities like paddleboarding, surf lessons + fishing, there are plenty of opportunities for newcomers to fully experience the island life.
King Street Named one of the country’s “Top 10 Shopping Streets” by the U.S. News + World Report, 300-year old King Street is the place to be (day or night) for exceptional retail, exclusive restaurants + rockin’ nightlife.
Want to make a day of it by visiting as many spots as possible? Snag a Charleston TourPass and choose from 41 popular local attractions.
FOLLY BEACH, S.C. (WCBD)- Tired after a long day of sun, surf, and sand? Talk a walk down Center Street and pop into a popular local restaurant for a quick bite and refreshing beverage.We compiled a list of the most popular eateries on Folly Beach. In order to qualify, the restaurant must have at least 50 reviews.Here are the top 10 highest-rated establishments, according to Yelp:Jack of Cups Saloon, which serves mainly Hungarian-Czech-inspired dishes, comes highly recommended by Yelp reviewers. Customers describe the am...
FOLLY BEACH, S.C. (WCBD)- Tired after a long day of sun, surf, and sand? Talk a walk down Center Street and pop into a popular local restaurant for a quick bite and refreshing beverage.
We compiled a list of the most popular eateries on Folly Beach. In order to qualify, the restaurant must have at least 50 reviews.
Here are the top 10 highest-rated establishments, according to Yelp:
Jack of Cups Saloon, which serves mainly Hungarian-Czech-inspired dishes, comes highly recommended by Yelp reviewers. Customers describe the ambiance as “quirky” and “quiet and removed from the Folly craziness/hustle and bustle.”
Popular Dishes: Halupki, Pierogi Lasagna, and Hungarian Lentil Dip Location: 34 Center St. Rating: Five stars out of 404 reviews
Four-legged friends are always welcome at this small, local hot spot on Folly Beach. Because this cafe is so popular, you can expect it to be pretty crowded on the weekends. What could be better than breakfast all day?! “Worth the drive!” as one Yelp reviewer said.
Popular Dishes: Huevos Rancheros, French Toast, Folly BenedictLocation: 106 W Huron St.Rating: Four and a half stars out of 874 reviews
Fair warning: Yelp reviewers say the place can get crowded and it’s “a bit confusing figuring out how to order.” But, if you do figure out how to order you won’t be disappointed as the tacos have been described as “next level.” Plus, it’s open late so consider it a must-stop on the way home from the Folly Beach bars!
Popular Dishes: Chicken Tacos, Mahi Tacos, Bun ChaLocation: 122 E Ashley AveRating: Four and a half stars of out 270 reviews
“Best food and best prices on the island,” wrote one Yelp user. The Drop In is known for its deli favorites and specialty sandwiches which are perfect to pack in your beach bag or scarf down after a long day in the sun.
Popular Items: Little Havana Sandwich, Pasta Salad, the War Pig Location: 32-B Center St. Rating: Four and a half stars out of 73 reviews
While visitors praise the menu variety and “beachy vibes” at Rita’s, what really shines is the staff. One Yelp user said it best: “They made a Painkiller specifically for my grandmother even though it wasn’t on the menu! Now that’s service!”
Popular Items: Fish & Shrimp Tacos, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Grouper SandwichLocation: 2 Center St. Rating: Four stars out of 920 reviews
“Classic American Irish styled pub. They poured the Guinness correctly and the atmosphere is just right,” one Yelp reviewer wrote. Need we say more?
Popular Items: Fish and Chips, Frozen Irish Coffee, Irish Tater Tots Location: 11 Center St. Rating: Four stars out of 216 reviews
Reviewers love Loggerhead’s proximity to the beach and weekday happy hour specials. “What more could one ask for in a beachside restaurant?” one reviewer asked. “If your answer is a friendly staff, live music, and a place that supports local causes, then Loggerhead’s Beach Grill is the joint you’re gonna want to hit up when on Folly Beach!” You can even listen to live music while you stare out over the Atlantic Ocean.
Popular Items: Conch Fritters, Onion Rings, Lowcountry Alfredo Location: 123 W. Ashley AveRating: Four stars out of 363 reviews
Affectionately nicknamed LOLO may not be right on the main strip of Folly Beach, but according to Yelp reviewers, it is a “must stop.” If you’re hoping to avoid the lines on Center St, try LOLO. One Yelp user even said it has “best she-crab soup in all of South Carolina,” but we’ll let you be the judge of that!
Popular Items: She Crab Soup, Shrimp Burger, Fried/Grilled ScallopsLocation: 2293 Folly RoadRating: Four stars out of 87 reviews
Bowen’s Island is a can’t miss spot when visiting Folly Beach. It’s a little off the beaten path (meaning you’ll have to drive down a dirt road to get there), but once you arrive you’ll be met with delicious seafood and spectacular views. You have to order at the counter before sitting, so prepare to wait in long lines. It’s no wonder Yelp users call Bowen’s Island “a truly amazing local dining experience” and “THE REAL THING.”
Popular Items: Fried/Grilled Shrimp Platter, Steamed Oysters, Frogmore Stew Location: 1870 Bowens Island Rd Rating: Four stars out of 562 reviews
Pizza and the beach may not seem like the most classic combination, but Yelp users believe Woody’s is up to the task. The slices are pretty large, so you may be headed home with leftovers. Quick tip: Woody’s only delivers on the island!
Popular Items: the Woody, Homemade. Ranch. Dipping. Sauce.Location: 39 Center St.Rating: Four stars out of 178 reviews
FOLLY BEACH, S.C. (WCIV) — It’s no secret that Folly Beach is quickly becoming one of the most popular places to move t...
FOLLY BEACH, S.C. (WCIV) — It’s no secret that Folly Beach is quickly becoming one of the most popular places to move to in the Lowcountry. But town officials are worried that overdevelopment will soon take over the identity of the town.
In an effort to stop this overdevelopment, City Council will look Tuesday night to change those zoning requirements to “keep the character” of Center Street, and the surrounding community, intact.
The first set of changes to zoning requirements fall under what city officials call the “Center Street Overlay Zone.”
The changes include having new developments start at ground level instead of elevated, as well as a two-story maximum or 34-foot height cap on new buildings. This requirement includes rooftop bars or seating areas as one of the two levels.
If approved, the rezoning will also prevent any private residential properties from being built on Center Street, something officials say is important to keeping the Center Street area accessible for residents.
“We want to make sure that whatever goes up on those lines, here on our Main Street, kind of fit the character of what is already here. We've seen in the commercial district in general, we've seen some pretty massive, relatively speaking, massive buildings go up around Center Street and we want to make sure that on Center Street, that scale and massing is kept down to match what's here,” City Administrator Aaron Pope said.
In addition to those restrictions, new developments will be encouraged to put public outdoor seating near the sidewalk on Center Street.
But Center Street isn’t the only area Folly officials are looking to rezone. Another rezoning change involves the surrounding residential area of Center Street and downtown commercial district.
The changes could affect some residents' ability to make improvements to their existing properties.
The biggest change involves how much of the landowners can build out to. The new zoning changes in the area will require all properties to have at least 10 feet of space between their building and the street.
Residents and Business owners in the area expressed concern about their ability to develop their homes in a public hearing last week, but overall, many people say it’s a step that needs to be taken.
“From a residential standpoint, I think it's more pleasing and more pleasant to have more room around the properties, more green space and less of the shoulder or to show or canyon effect of the tall buildings,” Folly Beach resident Joe Vandiver said.
In addition to the land space restrictions, the rezoning changes would restrict multi-family complexes from being built in the downtown area.
Pope cites the building of the big complexes near the post office off of Center Street as a prime example of what could turn into overdevelopment, which could run out local businesses.
“With property values going the way they are, it's only a matter of time before the land becomes valuable enough or the land becomes so valuable that in order to get things out of it, you have to build the biggest thing you can or another Hurricane Hugo is going to come through and destroy half the buildings in the commercial district. And when people rebuild, they max out the zoning. We want to make sure the max zoning results in smaller more compatible buildings,” Pope said.
The zoning changes will take place in the surrounding area of center street down to around Bert's Market.
If approved, officials did say any property owners who have concerns of these changes can request a hearing with the board of zoning appeals as some exceptions can be made.
City Council will have the first reading of these rezoning changes at the meeting at 6:30 p.m.
A final decision will not be voted on until the second reading in June.