Best Seneca Upper Cervical Chiropractor

Dr. R.T. (Doc)

Dr. R.T. (Doc) is board certified in upper cervical specific Orthospinology, which is a very non-invasive, HIGHLY specific technique in upper cervical. As a veteran upper cervical chiropractor, he brings years of experience, expertise and skill to his craft with a huge desire to help bring hope and healing to those in need.

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Dr. Amy

Dr. Amy is the Clinic Director of Upper Cervical Health & Restoration and holds the Presidential Chair position for Transition to Success, a component of She currently is spearheading a student curriculum with other doctors across the world to help Upper Cervical students become more successful in their practice upon graduation.

Best Seneca Upper Cervical Chiropractor


Kristie McGovern is the newest member of our team with ranked certifications in both Laser and PEMF (Pulse) Therapy. She brings with her credentials, a loving passion to help assist in our patients’ healthcare needs.

Best Seneca Upper Cervical Chiropractor


Diane Keosky is our Upper Cervical Assistant. Originally from Atlanta, Ga. via Phoenix, AZ. When she’s not greeting and scheduling our patients she enjoys boating and traveling.

Best Seneca Upper Cervical Chiropractor


Kimberly Romero is our Upper Cervical Intern. A student of the world that has recently chosen to dive into the passion of the growing Upper Cervical knowledge. She has been a patient of Dr. Holliday and Dr. Amy since her diagnosis of M.S. Meeting them and Upper Cervical care has changed her life and now she strives to get to a point where she can help others (especially those with an M.S diagnosis) the way Upper Cervical has helped her.

Contact Dr. R. T. and Amy Holliday in their Seneca, SC practice.

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