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Welcome to Connecticut Chiropractic
Your Glastonbury Chiropractor

Call us at (860) 659-9969 today.

At Connecticut Chiropractic, LLC- our goal is to get you going not keep you coming.

We want to get you better faster, and to promote health and wellness through exercise, sound nutrition, and a healthy attitude.

We combine your personal history with a thorough examination and develop a customized and effective treatment plan.

We offer a wide variety of treatment options insuring that each individual gets the right care.

  • Manipulation
  • Soft tissue myofascial therapy
  • Active Release Technique ®
  • Graston Technique®.
  • Acupuncture
  • Electrical stimulation and ultrasound
  • Nutrition
  • Latest innovations in core and functional exercise
  • Ergonomic and lifestyle recommendations

You will be referred for additional testing or to other specialists if necessary.

Treatments are skillfully applied to reduce pain and improve function. We strive to address the cause of your condition, and teach you how to avoid future injury, reducing the likelihood of recurrence and dependence on unnecessary continuous care. We monitor your progress regularly, to make sure your goals are achieved.

Connecticut Chiropractic, LLC- Your source for creating and maintaining a lifetime of optimum health

Our doctors are particpating providers for most insurance plans.

To schedule an appointment call 860 659-9969

Andrew W. Fitzsimons, DC & George P. Paul, DC
Glastonbury Chiropractor | Connecticut Chiropractic | (860) 659-9969

78 Eastern Blvd # 9
Glastonbury, CT 06033-4327

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Andrew W. Fitzsimons, DC
    Dr. Fitzsimons graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1986 and received his chiropractic degree from The National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois in 1992. He is certified in Active Release Technique® for Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity and Nerve Entrapments. Dr. Fitzsimons Is also certified in Graston Technique. He has post-doctoral training in Spinal Rehabilitation, Soft Tissue and Myofascial Therapies, Orthopedics, Neurology, Occupational Health, Ergonomics and Nutrition. Dr. Fitzsimons strives to identify the cause of your condition in order to provide the most appropriate care.
  • George P. Paul, DC
    Dr. Paul graduated from the University of Hartford in 1984 and received his chiropractic degree from The National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois in 1989. In 1998, the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture certified Dr. Paul in Acupuncture. He is certified in Active Release Technique® for Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, complex protocols and Nerve Entrapments. Dr. Paul is also certified In Graston Technique. He has post-doctoral training in Spinal Rehabilitation and Chiropractic Neurology. Dr. Paul is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and enjoys helping athletes and non-athletes alike perform to their highest level

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Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've been to many chiropractors and Dr. Paul is the best by far. He works magic to alleviate pain and tight muscles. I suffer from neck and back pain which leads to headaches. I immediately feel relief after our sessions. I highly recommend CT Chiropractic!"
    Nancy S.
  • "Dr. Paul is absolutely the best. If you are an athlete, a weekend warrior or just someone experiencing pain in your back, legs, hips, neck, etc. Dr. Paul can relieve your aches and pains. Whether utilizing the Graston method, active release, acupuncture or other chiropractic methods, he will work very hard to find the best way in which to address your issue(s). Appointments are easy to schedule and wait times are well managed."
    Linda Y.
  • "Unbelievable attention to detail and incredibly knowledgeable. Very skilled in Graston and chiropractic care. Very satisfied, will definitely be a repeat customer."
    Manny C.

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