Pure Motion Sports and Spine Chiropractic

Serving Greenville, SC

Greenville, SC Chiropractor Dr. Jenna Titcombe is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. Dr. Jenna loves treating the everyday athlete, any age whether you are training for a race or just the game of life!

She treats many childhood sports injuries, competitive athletes, as well as office workers and older populations whom have overuse injuries.

The CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) certification requires the doctor to attend a minimum of 100 class hours of a 120 hour postgraduate CCSP program. Following the completion of these hours, the doctor must take and successfully pass a comprehensive written examination to receive the CCSP certification. She uses the most current and affordable procedures to help you feel better quickly. She uses gentle techniques that solve problems and get you back to pure, pain-free motion!

More than traditional Chiropractic! Here at Pure Motion Sports and Spine we commonly treat the following conditions, and many more:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Migraines
  • Sciatica
  • TMJ Syndrome
  • Sports Injuries
  • Elbow Tendonitis
  • Knee Pain
  • Hip Problems
  • Postural Syndromes

We are there every step of the way with our patients throughout their chiropractic treatment. Whether you are looking for quick pain-relief or active rehabilitative support with strengthening exercises and rehab for long term results. Our patients are priority and making care work for them. If you have any questions regarding timing, cost, or what to expect with treatment please visit the New Patient tab or contact our office today.



Recent Blog Posts

  • Upper Body Exercises you Should be Doing- I am asked often what exercises for the upper body a patient can be doing that are beneficial. Here are three to consider! There are some great beneficial upper body exercises that are sometimes neglected because people do not see the benefits immediately, don’t know the benefits, have pain, or lack range of motion. The […]
  • Good Mornings for a Strong Posterior Chain- The good morning is an underrated and underutilized movement. Used correctly, they provide a strong, healthy posterior chain (PC), more importantly targeting the lower back. Many people have a stigma using the good mornings because they say it hurts their back, but that is probably from 1) lack of mobility or 2) too much weight […]
  • Digging into the upper back! Self Lax ball mobilization- Staring at the computer for 8 hours a day, going home and sitting to watch TV, looking down at your phone, but you work out for an hour a day. That’s not enough to fix the other 14 hours that you are hurting your posture. That’s where the lacrosse is a miracle in addition to […]
  • Mobilizing the Warm-Up- The good ol’ light stretch right before you exercise. Feels good and like you made a difference doesn’t it? While it may feel good, it’s not giving you the best “bang for your buck” when it comes to warming up and mobilizing. When we warm up, we really need to “wake the body up” and […]