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Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Weight Loss, Body Contouring, Neuropathy Treatment


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407-282-4449

Car Accidents - Neuropathy - Neck Pain - Low Back Pain - Headaches - Weight Loss - Body Contouring

Dr. Herbert is a physician serving the East Orlando area and welcomes you to Synergy Healthcare. Dr.Herbert specializes in treating patients that have been involved in car accidents, neuropathy, weight loss, sports injuries and helping people get out of pain and live healthier lives. He has undergone many hours of post-graduate training in MRI Spine Interpretation, Spinal Biomechanics and became a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. 

Dr. Noah Herbert

1525 S. Alafaya Trail Unit 105 / Orlando, FL 32828

Synergy Healthcare | (407) 282-4449


Meet the Doctor

  • Meet Dr. Herbert

    Dr. Noah Herbert is the owner and clinic director at Synergy Spine and Injury Center. He attended and received his doctorate degree from the highly acclaimed Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Herbert is credentialed in MRI Spine Interpretation, Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Impairment Rating and is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Definitely one of the best chiropractic offices I've been to.....its been hassle free making appointments and my back has felt amazing again since I started going!!"
    David / Orlando, FL
  • "Dr. Noah and his staff are amazing! They are all so welcoming and so attentive to your needs. After the first visit, my back was feeling a million times better! I highly recommend them!"
    Kayla Cross
  • "I came to Dr. Herbert after being in a car accident which caused injury. So far its been great and he has been able to help me minimize the pain from the accident. He is thorough and concise. Belmarie and Cierra the rest of the office team are awesome to work with and genuinely kind. I highly recommend you place your care in their hands"
    Edgar Bryan Cruz

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