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Balancing Movement,
Awareness, and Stability For

Maximum Function

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for everything from headaches to heel pain

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On Six Forks Road In Raleigh

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Raleigh Chiropractic Treatment

Triangle Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center is the only practice of its kind in Raleigh.  Only here will you find the best and most researched manual therapies mixed with patient-centered treatment plans in longer appointment times.  No more feeling rushed in your visits or run through the mill like another number.  Each visit is 15 minutes long, and typically consists of adjusting, various other manual therapies, and exercises.  As a patient, you get to participate in your health care rather than just accept it!  Whatever the cause of your pain, Dr. Mumma will help you make changes in your body – and in your life – to decrease your pain and improve your overall function.

Dr. Mumma received her BA from Kent State University in Kent, OH, and her Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. In addition to the academic requirements of the DC program, Dr. Mumma has also completed over 580 continuing education credit hours in areas such as rehabilitation, developmental kinesiology, pediatrics, pregnancy, nutrition, pain management, sports injuries, TMJ disorder treatment, disc pain and neurology. She has taken courses through various manual therapy venues including the Motion Palpation Institute, Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, the McKenzie Institute, and the Prague School of Rehabilitation and Manual Medicine.

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