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12351 Capital Blvd.

Wake Forest, NC 27587 US

(919) 556-0282

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Services & Techniques

Services from Your Chiropractor in Wake Forest

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Whichever chiropractor in Wake Forest you see at Porter & Rabinowitz Chiropractic, you'll receive comprehensive, natural care that may include multiple services and techniques. Dr. Porter and Dr. Rabinowitz provide such diverse yet complementary services as:

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care in Wake Forest can resolve health challenges ranging from neck, back and extremity pain to neurological symptoms, chronic strains and systemic dysfunction. We offer Diversified, Drop Table, Activator, Sacro Occipital and other chiropractic techniques.

Applied Kinesiology

Applied kinesiology is a technique for diagnosing and correcting physical ailments by testing the strength of various muscle groups. Weakness in a specific muscle group may point toward a corresponding underlying health condition.

Postural Correction 

If your posture is off, your body cannot function as it should. Our postural screenings can identify issues that need to be corrected by your Wake Forest chiropractor.

Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression therapy can relieve the many unpleasant symptoms caused by bulging/herniated discs and other degenerative spinal problems. Flexion distraction force creates a vacuum that relieves nerve impingement and restores normal disc position.

Auto Injuries

Auto injuries may include soft tissue damage, subluxated vertebrae, pinched nerves and other debilitating issues. Immediate evaluation is recommended so we can prescribe corrective therapies and pain relief methods as promptly as possible.

Shockwave Therapy

Our clinic is the only one in the area to offer Shockwave therapy. This healing modality uses acoustical waves to induce micro-tears in tissue, which in turn triggers a healing response. It's highly effective at treating plantar fasciitis and other connective tissue conditions.

Lifestyle & Nutrition Advice

Countless daily choices affect your health and wellness -- and we can help you make those choices wisely. Our lifestyle and nutrition advice can steer you away from unhealthy habits, replacing them with behaviors that support optimal physical function.

Family Chiropractic Care

Every member of your family, from infants to great-grandparents, can benefit from our chiropractic care in Wake Forest. Our safe, gentle approach to treatment can help keep patients of all ages in optimal health and comfort.

Sports Injuries

Your chiropractor in Wake Forest can prescribe a holistic healing and physical rehab regimen to relieve your pain naturally and help you overcome both acute and chronic sports injuries.

Disc Herniation & Sciatica

Herniated discs that press against the sciatic nerve can produce a collection of symptoms known as sciatica, including leg pain, numbness, tingling in the foot and muscle weakness. Chiropractic care, spinal decompression and other techniques can help you keep this common chronic ailment from recurring.

Contact Your Wake Forest Chiropractor Today

Porter & Rabinowitz Chiropractic is delighted to make these services available to residents of Wake Forest, N. Raleigh, Wakefield, Youngsville, Franklinton, Rolesville, Bedford and surrounding communities. If you're in the area and you're looking for safe, non-pharmaceutical, surgery-free treatment and preventative care, call 919-556-0282 to schedule an appointment with our Wake Forest chiropractor!

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  • "Absolutely positively the best experience I've had with a doctor. My problem (chronic tennis elbow) melted away!"
    A.M. (treated by Dr. Rabinowitz)

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