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Welcome to The Forte Center
Our goal is to help you achieve optimal health. Dr. Forte uses a comprehensive, holistic approach to treat patients with physical, chemical and emotional issues. His diverse patient population hails from all over the southeast and includes people of all ages, from newborns to the elderly.
Dr. Forte's comprehensive approach includes chiropractic care, applied kinesiology, nutritional counseling, lifestyle coaching, and exercise consultation. He combines applied kinesiology with more traditional forms of diagnositc testing such as x-rays, MRIs, and lab work.
As a former licensed physical therapist, personal trainer, yoga instructor, and two-sport collegiate athlete, Dr. Forte brings a wide range of experience to his practice. He treats many athletes from the professional to the recreational. His expertise helps get athletes back to the playing field and achieve optimal performance. As an applied kinesiologist, Dr. Forte has a distinct advantage over other practitioners as he has additional tools to determine the best therapy for injured athletes and patients with a wide range of issues related to musculoskeletal, neurologic, gastrointestinal, and stress-related issues.
Please contact us and Dr. Forte and his team will be happy to help you on the road to better health.
The Forte Center
1776 Old Spring House Ln #104
Atlanta, GA 30338
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