Midway between our New Bern and Raleigh offices will be the newest Limbionics office. Opening in the summer of 2020, this office will host the largest observational gait simulator in Eastern North Carolina.

Overview
Of Goldsboro

A brief guide on what to do
while you’re in the area.

Goldsboro, NC is located between Raleigh and the coast, it is a destination with rich culture and heritage. Its heritage has deep military and agricultural roots. And, let’s not forget the legendary BBQ! Goldsboro can be summed up with 3 Ps: pigs, pickles, and planes!

Proud home to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, one of the best (and oldest!) fighter communities in the world, Mt. Olive Pickle Company, Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, award-winning historic downtown, NC Pickle Festival and Wings Over Wayne Air Show (NC’s largest free air show).

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base- Home of the 4th Fighter Wing, which flies the F-15E Strike Eagle jet, and the 916th Air Refueling Wing, which flies the KC-135R Stratotanker, the Base has an intricate history within and around Goldsboro and Wayne County. First activated in 1942, the installation was named in honor of U.S. Navy Lt. Seymour A. Johnson, a Goldsboro native, who was killed in March 1941. By 1944, the primary mission of the base was to train P-47 Thunderbolt pilots.

Welcome to Goldsboro

Goldsboro, NC is located between Raleigh and the coast, it is a destination with rich culture and heritage. Its heritage has deep military and agricultural roots. And, let’s not forget the legendary BBQ! Goldsboro can be summed up with 3 Ps: pigs, pickles, and planes!

Proud home to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, one of the best (and oldest!) fighter communities in the world, Mt. Olive Pickle Company, Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, award-winning historic downtown, NC Pickle Festival and Wings Over Wayne Air Show (NC’s largest free air show).

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base- Home of the 4th Fighter Wing, which flies the F-15E Strike Eagle jet, and the 916th Air Refueling Wing, which flies the KC-135R Stratotanker, the Base has an intricate history within and around Goldsboro and Wayne County. First activated in 1942, the installation was named in honor of U.S. Navy Lt. Seymour A. Johnson, a Goldsboro native, who was killed in March 1941. By 1944, the primary mission of the base was to train P-47 Thunderbolt pilots.

Getting to the office

2103 Wayne Memorial Drive
Suite B
Goldsboro, NC 27534
Locating the Building

2103 Wayne Memorial Drive, Suite B
Goldsboro, NC 27534

Phone: (919) 330-4058

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