Littleton Chiropractor Reviews
Dr. Spallone, quite simply, is the best chiropractor. After seeing several chiropractors, I feel Dr. Spallone’s concern and innovative care is what makes him stand out as “The Best”.
Karen Stewart RN, retired
I started to see Dr. Spallone 10 years ago. He’s taken care of me through several pregnancies and even helped my 3 week old son. Now my whole family comes (even my in-laws from parents Michigan come when they’re here!) We all feel great!
Barb Duda and family
After 20 years of searching for the right doctor and suffering from chronic TMJ and Migraines, I was fortunate enough to be referred to Dr. Spallone. Every other doctor I had seen over the years just wanted me to take medication to manage my symptoms or suggested surgery. Fortunately, Dr. Spallone was able to address and resolve ALL of my issues pain free and without surgery. I am so grateful to have my quality of life back and I have been pain free for years now.... Judy Techmanski
Chiropractic review from Tor Myhren (in the form of a hand -written letter):
Greetings from New York City! It’s almost been a month since my final treatment and I wanted to say thank you for all your help.
Having spent several hours a day for 6 straight weeks with you guys, I kind of feel like family. During that time I noticed a few things about your practice that make it very unique and special. First, you treat every single patient with the utmost respect, which is incredibly rare in today’s medical world. You really truly seem to care about making your patients better. I experienced it first hand.
You tried new things, individualized my care to the smallest detail and, most importantly, listened to my input.
You even listened to and collaborated with my physical therapist. (Most doctors have egos far too large to work with any outside sources.)
Flying to Denver and dedicating 6 weeks to your program was the best thing I could have ever done. Keep in mind I was told by doctors at Harvard and NYU that there was nothing they could do to help. The Mayo clinic wouldn’t even accept me as a patient because they didn’t think they could improve my condition. But you did in a big way, so I guess they were wrong! I hope you realize how important what you do is to people like me. You have given me renewed hope and there is no greater gift.
VP of Marketing, Apple
Dr. Ron, thanks for the call the other night to see if I was OK, you’re really one-of-a-kind. Thanks for your professionalism and friendship.
**Sean came by one weekend and slipped the above note under my office door. It has more meaning than I can explain. Kidney cancer took Sean’s life this year. He never reached 50 years of age.