Dr. Lindsay Mumma started seeing a chiropractor when she was 16 for low back pain. The changes she saw after chiropractic treatment were dramatic. She went from standing on the sidelines of her team’s track meets one year, unable to run due to pain, to breaking a school record in the 300m hurdles the following year. As an athlete, this was a huge success and very encouraging for Dr. Mumma, but she also noticed other benefits after seeing her chiropractor: she stopped getting migraines, she starting sleeping through the night, and she noticed she wasn’t getting sick as often. It wasn’t long before Dr. Mumma knew that being a chiropractor was exactly what she wanted to do.
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, where she was named the Clinical Excellence Award winner for her graduating class. In addition to the academic requirements of the DC program, Dr. Mumma has also completed over 600 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. Through her studies, Dr. Mumma has learned from some of the brightest minds in today’s world of chiropractic and other manual therapies.
Dr. Mumma is a Regional Director of BIRTHFIT, and teaches prenatal and postpartum fitness and education courses through BIRTHFIT NC. She is a Webster Certified chiropractor. She’s a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the North Carolina Chiropractic Association, Primal Docs, and Shop Local Raleigh. She was named one of the Leading Physicians of the World by the International Association of Healthcare Professionals and was named a Top Raleigh Chiropractor by Opencare. She was named the Best Chiropractor by the Downtowner Magazine. She was also awarded the Breastfeeding Friendly Business Award from the North Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition. Dr. Mumma has her own practice in Raleigh, NC, called Triangle Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center. She and her husband Chris are proud parents of two wonderful sons. Dr. Mumma and her husband enjoy working out and exploring the outdoors together as a family.
Dr. Mackenzie Smith grew up in the Finger Lakes Region of Western New York, where she enjoyed being active through sports and running beginning at an early age. She has been going to a chiropractor since high school, where she was treated for recurrent ankle injuries while playing soccer and basketball. Dr. Smith continued to play soccer in college as well as pursued her love of running further, training for multiple half and full marathons while studying for her degree. Her love for chiropractic evolved further as she sought and experienced relief from other injuries while staying active, noticing the tremendous impact that chiropractic care had on her injuries as well as other minor ailments throughout the body. While in school, her sister became pregnant, initiating a spark that soon grew into a love and desire to aid women in preparation with one of the greatest experiences and events of their lives: childbirth.
Dr. Smith earned her BS at Marywood University in Scranton, PA, and then went on to earn her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. In addition to the requirements while pursuing her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Dr. Smith took additional courses and seminars in order to further advance her manual skills, attending courses through the Motion Palpation Institute, Prague School of Rehabilitation, and McKenzie Institute, among others. With the desire to relocate upon completion of Dr. Smith’s schooling, Raleigh seemed like the perfect fit while she continues on her journey to empower prenatal and postpartum women, as well as the active-minded population.