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Chiropractor Jenna Titcombe – Greenville, SC

Greenville, SC, chiropractor Dr. Jenna Titcombe works mainly in the area of endurance sports and soft tissue injury care. She was born and raised in Gaffney, SC, and recently moved from Chicago to make Greenville her new home. Dr. Jenna loves Greenville and all the natural beauty of the mountains, as well as taking advantage of all the running and biking trails in the area.

She has been active in sports throughout her life and was exposed to chiropractic at an early age, which led her to her career as a chiropractor. Dr. Jenna has a bachelors of science in biology from the University of South Carolina and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Florida. During her time at Palmer she had the unique opportunity to work with one of the most respected chiropractors in the field in the arena of treating elite athletes and NFL players. During this time she began her pursuit for professional excellence and dedication to continuing education, learning the latest evidence-based techniques to help patients quickly and effectively recover in order to return to full activity.

Dr. Jenna is a certified Active Release Technique (ART®) practitioner, utilizes Kinesiotaping techniques, and is also Graston Technique certified. She also believes functional rehabilitation can help patients reach their health goals faster and prescribes specific corrective exercise protocols.

Dr. Jenna has helped many seasoned and beginner marathon, half-marathon, cycling and Ironman competitors achieve their goals, with some of them reaching personal records. Dr. Jenna is passionate about her work, and her focus is on restoring and maintaining patient health and wellness.

When Dr. Jenna is not working she enjoys traveling with her husband, who is a pilot for American Eagle Airlines. Her favorite activities include hiking local trails in the surrounding mountains and visiting farmers markets. She also likes to do training for area races and has a goal to complete a Ironman 70.3 in the future with her husband.