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Meet the Team

  • Dr.
    Hannah Lane

    Dr. Hannah Lane graduated from Boiling Springs High School, received her BS from Auburn University, performed 2 years of post-graduate cancer research at the Medical University of South Carolina, and received her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the University of Western States. Dr. Lane has been in practice in Asheville, NC and Florence, SC and has returned to share her passion for the power of chiropractic and its benefits with her hometown.

    Being a scientist at heart, Dr. Lane believes in providing her patients with the latest in evidence based chiropractic care in an effort to make lasting changes. Dr. Lane uses Diversified, drop-table, Activator, Graston, kinesiology taping, neuromuscular re-education, physical therapy, SOT-blocking, motion palpation, trigger point therapy, light/laser therapy, cranial laser reflex technique and muscle balancing techniques to help her patients heal.

    Dr. Lane’s hobbies and interests include hiking with her dog Mr. Darcy, camping, kayaking, swimming, and attending local events! Dr. Lane has completed half marathons and recently just got back from hiking the W trek in Patagonia. Dr. Lane is also a huge advocate for giving back to the community you live in. She is a member of the Junior League, participates in many local volunteer projects, and is very active in her church.

  • Ansley Lane

    Ansley Lane is a Spartanburg native. She was introduced to chiropractic care after suffering from severe jaw pain when she had her braces removed. Ansley has been an advocate for chiropractic care and living a healthy lifestyle since then. She enjoys being a chiropractic assistant and finds fulfillment in helping people live a pain free and healthy lifestyle. When she is not making people laugh in the office, you can find her feeding the ducks with her toddler. She enjoys spending time with family, time at the beach, and meeting new people.

  • Cathyx Cathy Lafever

    Cathy Lafever is a dedicated massage therapist who received her massage degree from Greenville Tech, after which, she went on to get her Bachelors in Health Science from Medical University of South Carolina. Cathy has served in a variety of settings including medical offices, spas, and corporate events.

    Cathy has received extensive training in modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Prenatal Massage. She went on to receive certifications in Infant Massage and Spa Therapies. What Cathy finds most rewarding is improving the quality of life for her clients by focusing on the needs of each individual. As a practicing doula, she aims to offer support for mothers and fathers-to-be before and during the birth of their child.

    In her free time, Cathy enjoys spending time with her family, reading, traveling and dancing. She is excited to join Wise Chiropractic and Dr. Lane and hopes to help as many people as possible.

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  • "Dr. Lane is excellent!!! I always feel so much better after being adjusted here. If you are seeking a great chiropractor, look no further."
    Jim Hill / Spartanburg, SC

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