Dr. Leonard McGill, Charleston Chiropractor SC

Life Chiropractic Center

1291-M Folly Road
James Island, SC 29412
(In the Gold's Gym/Food Lion Shopping Center, next to GNC)

Phone us: 843-795-5060
Contact Dr. McGill: Drmcgill@knology.net

About Us
 
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Our Mission:

"To give, love and serve. To be a force for good.

To give every family in our community the opportunity to receive the highest quality chiropractic care.

To educate our patients so they can teach others about the wonderful benefits of chiropractic.

To make our care affordable for all."

 


About Dr. Leonard McGill: 

Dr. Leonard McGill, founder and director of Life Chiropractic Center in Charleston, South Carolina, is a noted health lecturer, consulting with such companies as AT&T Universal Card, Cole Vision Laboratories and American Express.

Dr. McGill's television appearances include segments on "The Regis Show," and several other New York-based programs. He has been featured on Fox Television's "The Morning News" as a nutritional and stress management expert. His radio appearances have been broadcast on over 600 radio stations.

A former columnist for Gentlemen's Quarterly (GQ) magazine, Dr. McGill is the author of "The Chiropractor's Health Book" (Crown Publishers, New York). The book - A Main Selection of the Doubleday Health Book Club - is the all-time best-selling chiropractic self-help book.

Dr. McGill is a former client of New York's World Speaker's Bureau, and has traveled the country lecturing to college audiences. He is a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming practitioner. Areas in which Dr. McGill specializes include working with those suffering from headaches, neck pain, shoulder, arm and hand pain, and those dealing with low back, hip, and knee and foot pain.

Dr. McGill uses a variety of treatment methods. He has given over a quarter of a million hands-on chiropractic adjustments, but also uses the latest instruments - including cold laser and spinal decompression - to treat patients who don't like the idea of their neck or back being "twisted" or "popped". Because of this he can treat a wide-range of patients.

The 54-year-old physician enjoys an active, outdoor lifestyle that includes surfing and yoga. He is frequently seen at the local gym working out.