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Dr Francis Day

Dr. Day graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1996.  He was a member of the Honor Society and Dean's List.  Dr. Day was involved in a rotation at the California State University Northridge for brain and spinal cord injuries.  He is a member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Council, International Chiropractic Association and the Gonstead Clinical Study Society.  Dr. Day also studied under Dr. Frederick Carrick for the diplomate in the Neurology Program.  He holds several post graduate certifications in whiplash and brain traumatology and the Gonstead principles and technique.  Dr. Day holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Performance and Exercise Physiology.  He was a competitive athlete in weight training and triathlons.  He is also proficient in all areas of the musculoskeletal system and the methods for enhancing mobility, strength, stability and performance.  When Dr. Day is not practicing Chiropractic, he spends his time bow hunting, fishing, weight training, martial arts (kali), target shooting, hiking and dirt bike riding. The three loves of his life are Lori, Zachary & Griffin.

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Dr Amanda Seitlinger

My name is Dr. Amanda Seitlinger. Wolcott born and raised. I graduated from University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic in December 2020. During my undergraduate career I focused my studies on the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and graduated with a BS in Athletic Training. Today, my focus as a clinician is improving overall health and nutrition in the community. I have a significant interest in both women’s and pediatric chiropractic care.

A few of my favorite hobbies are yoga and outdoor activities like biking and kayaking. I enjoy spending my free time with friends, family and my fur babies. 

I am very excited to have joined the Active Life Chiropractic team and am extremely committed to helping all my patients reach their optimal wellness!

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