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Greenville's Tennis Injury Expert

If you are passionate about tennis, visit Upstate Spine & Sport to recover from a tennis injury and improve your overall performance. Dr. Jolson is a tennis medicine expert who loves the game.

We have helped junior tournament players, elite college players, and professionals. If you’re a recreational player who can’t imagine life without tennis — we can help you, too.

Our goal is to quickly relieve pain, keep you on the tennis court, and improve performance in your life and sport. Dr. Jolson is proud to be the only RacquetFit chiropractor in South Carolina.


We get to the root of your tennis injury and take pride in finding a solution then developing a path to recovery. Whether it’s a new injury or a nagging problem that prevents play, we help you get back in the game.


We specialize in improving performance and preventing injuries. We help you understand your Body/Tennis connection through RacquetFit, Functional Range Assessment, and many of our other assessment tools.

Dr. David Jolson Tennis Injury Expert | Chiropractor Greenville South Carolina RacquetFit

Tennis Assessment | Tennis Inury Assesment

Dr. Jolson’s tennis exam is a unique combination of RacquetFit screens, information from the BodiTrak Mat, video analysis, biomechanics and movement quality, serve mechanics, and a thorough medical history.

Once the exam is complete, the results are used to create a unique plan for each individual tennis player.

We treat many different kinds of injuries including but not limited to:

  • Shoulder: rotator cuff, instability, biceps tendon
  • Elbow: tennis elbow, chronic tendinopathy, golfer’s elbow
  • Hand and wrist injuries: ulnar wrist pain, wrist tendonitis, DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis
  • Spine (back and neck) problems: lumbar disc, cervical disc, sciatica or radiculopathy (pinched nerve), back pain, muscle cramps
  • Muscle Issues: groin, hamstring, quadriceps, calf
  • Lower Extremity: hip pain, knee injuries, patellofemoral pain,
    shin splints, foot and ankle problems, Achilles tendon, plantar fasciitis, and ankle sprain
Tennis Injury Assessment

The first step in working with any tennis player is to thoroughly assess them, which helps us understand what areas of the body need better mobility or stability. We use this data to correlate their biomechanics to specific serve faults and issues in their groundstrokes. We communicate with the player's coach and trainer about their body/tennis connection which creates a team approach to best support and maximize that athlete's potential.

Dr. David Jolson


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