Meet the Team



Dr. Jessica Harden

Dr. Jessica Harden, a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, has always had passion for understanding health, and how our bodies function. While attending Myers park High School, Jessica was involved in several science clubs and enjoyed playing volleyball. Dr. Harden continued her volleyball career at the collegiate level and earned a BS in biology and a minor in Psychobiology at Centre College. It was during her time at Centre, when she discovered her calling to serve families through chiropractic.
The largest chiropractic school in the world, Life University, would be Dr. Jessica’s home for the next three and a half years. While at Life she was highly involved in several clubs, student organizations, and activities on campus. A deep-rooted desire to fully understand the intimate workings and composition of the spine led Dr. Jessica to mentor with several of the most well renowned chiropractors in the world. She completed her education earning a Doctorate of Chiropractic, with honors.
After spending nearly two years serving in the largest family practice in Georgia, Dr. Harden was called to Fort Mill, SC. Her goal is to create a new expectation of greater health in the Fort Mill and surrounding areas. Providence Chiropractic utilizes cutting edge systems and X-ray technology in order to deliver the most specific, scientific chiropractic care. Dr. Jessica is excited to be partnering with the Fort Mill and South Charlotte areas to create the healthiest environment for our families through principled and scientific chiropractic care!


Associations & Membership

  • Palmetto State Chiropractic Association
  • International Pediatric Chiropractic Association
  • International Chiropractic Association
  • Small Business Council - York County Regional Chamber
  • Fort Mill Rotary Club
  • Business Leaders of Charlotte


Meet Our Staff



Stewart is the office manager and chiropractic assistant at Providence Chiropractic. Also a native of Charlotte, he attended Myers Park High School and Appalachian State University. Stewart has always been passionate about children and helping them live happier, healthier lives.  Growing up, Stewart suffered from allergies and debilitating migraines, but it was low back pain that sent him for his first visit to a chiropractor. Having been an athlete in both high school and college, the years of track, cross country and rugby had taken their toll on Stewart. Even after his very first adjustment Stewart felt a significant change in his body.   Chiropractic has since helped Stewart overcome a litany of health concerns and has indeed become one of his passions. 
When not serving in the office Stewart enjoys being in the outdoors. He likes to fish, camp, hike and kayak. Stewart is also involved in several programs designed to help wounded veterans in both North and South Carolina.