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Welcome to Colorado Springs Spine and Injury Clinic
Your Colorado Springs Chiropractor

Call us at (719) 598-6955 today.

Our Mission

It is our mission to empower you throughout the entire treatment plan process. We will help you identify your mechanical issues, educate you about those issues, explain recommended treatment options, identify your chosen treatment plan, and support you throughout your treatment as an integral member of your healthcare team.

We are the leaders in personal injury. We educate attorneys and patients alike. No one teaches or keeps records like us.

Our Philosophy

Over thirty seven years of practice has revealed one inevitable truth: spinal health impacts nerve function. When nerves aren’t functioning properly, disease and dysfunction can follow. Colorado Springs Chiropractors can help almost all people, despite injury or age, achieve better spine health for improved nerve function.

First, we must rule out fracture, infection or lesions, but a majority of the population has pain that is derived from mechanical dysfunction. Chiropractic care specifically addresses this mechanical dysfunction and can reduce many types of pain without the use of drugs, which is especially important when observing the current opioid epidemic.

Dr. Ronald Salvaggione
Colorado Springs Chiropractor | Colorado Springs Spine and Injury Clinic | (719) 598-6955

405 Windchime Place
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Office Hours


11:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


3:00 pm-6:00 pm


11:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


3:00 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 AM-11:00 AM





Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Ron Salvaggione
    When Ron Salvaggione was 16 years old he dove into a pool of water and hit his head. After 3 years, and many doctor visits, he was still having headaches. A friend finally took him to a chiropractor, who informed him, he had not just cracked his head in the pool but had severely damaged his neck. After less than a month of treatments with the chiropractor, the headaches receded. Ron decided to look further into this incredibly life improving medical art and took up the mantle of becoming a chiropractor. For three decades he has continued to improve his understanding of the spine and how it affects every aspect of the body.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "I’ve visited medical doctors and other chiropractors. I moved to Colorado Springs and my search for a new chiropractor stopped once I met Dr. Ron. We spoke and I knew he had the right experience and practice to heal.
    He has corrected my issues, help restore my life to me, and always been available for any health related questions."
    Joshua W.
  • "Definitely the best chiropractic experience i’ve had the pleasure of… well, experiencing. Not only do they do a great job, but they’re top notch human beings."
    Dallas D.
  • "I travel a lot for work, I needed an adjustment because my neck was tweaked. Walked in, filled out a few forms, saw me almost instantly, fixed my exact problem with my neck as well as full adjustment. $50 out the door. Couldn’t be happier. Thank you!"
    Anthony R.

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