SoVita Chiropractic Center

SoVita (So-V-tah):
SoVita (So-V-tah): Derived from the Greek word Sophos meaning Wisdom, and the Latin word Vita meaning Life. At SoVita Chiropractic Centers, we believe chiropractic care combined with imparting wisdom to our patients will enable them to live and express life at their full potential.

SoVita Chiropractic Center of Waterbury

255 Robbins Street | Waterbury, CT 06708 |  (203) 573-8577

Francis Day, D.C.

Dr. Francis Day is a 1989 graduate of the Southern Connecticut State University. His undergraduate degree is in Exercise Physiology and Human Performance with a minor in Biology. Dr. Day received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1996. Dr. Day has completed multiple postgraduate training and education courses throughout his 23+ years of practice. Courses include certifications in whiplash and brain injury traumatology, strength and conditioning, functional rehabilitation and neurology. He is a Gonstead trained chiropractor. He is a dynamic public speaker who presents information on improving and maintaining optimal health. Dr. Day is a current member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Council, the International Chiropractic Association, Gonstead Clinical Studies Society, Waterbury Chamber of Commerce and The National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Although Dr. Day’s passion is chiropractic it is second to his family. His oldest son, Zachary is a talented musician and songwriter with a degree in music education. He currently works at Log Rocket, a software engineering company, in Boston Massachusetts. His youngest son, Griffin has just graduated from Loyola University in Maryland and is working for Goldman Sachs in Salt Lake City, Utah. His partner, Lori is the love of his life.

His motto: Never give up….. Never give in…… and ALWAYS get after it…..


George Rivera, D.C.

Dr. George Rivera was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His first language is Spanish. He graduated from the Caribbean University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

In 2018, Dr. Rivera received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Palmer College of Chiropractic. While pursuing his doctoral degree he studied an additional 100 hours in the Gonstead Method of chiropractic. Currently, he is pursuing his diplomate status through the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. Dr. Rivera has traveled to different clinics in Washington, Georgia, Ohio, and Florida to assist in the clinical application of chiropractic for the Hispanic community.

Dr. Rivera and his wife have made the journey from Florida to Connecticut to continue his passion for providing specific scientific chiropractic care.

As a cancer survivor, Dr. Rivera’s experience with traditional medicine motivated him to become a chiropractor. Dr. Rivera is interested in helping people and their health problems through a more natural way.