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. Frank Day is a 1996 graduate of the Los Angeles School of Chiropractic.  He is educated in Gonstead Technique and is currently pursuing his Diplomate Certification in the Blair Upper Cervical Technique.  From 1989 to 2014, he has completed several education and training courses including Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology & Spine Research, Human Performance, Exercise Physiology and Functional Rehab and Core Training from C.h.e.k. Institute in San Diego California. He has taken many courses in the Diplomate Certification Program in Neurology at Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. Day is currently a member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Council and the International Chiropractic Association.

Although chiropractic is Dr. Day’s passion, it is second in his life to his family. His oldest son Zachary is a talented musician and attends college for music in Long Island, NY. Griffin, his younger son, is active in sports and will be attending Loyola University in Maryland in the fall.  Lori, his partner, is the love of his life.

 

David Spadaro, D.C.

Dr. Spadaro is a 2006 Graduate of the University Of Bridgeport College Of Chiropractic. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the state University of New York College at Farmingdale.

Dr. Spadaro is experienced  primarily in general wellness care for adults and children, sports injury as well as providing care for auto and work related injuries.

In 2011 Dr. Spadaro had the honor of providing chiropractic care to the Danbury- Audi women’s professional cycling team for the Green Mountain Stage races in Killington, VT as well as the Vanderkitten women’s professional cycling team in 2012, while training in CT, prior to the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic.

Dr. Spadaro is an active road cyclist and musician and enjoys outdoor activities.