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Dr. Rob LangoneDr. Robert Langone is originally from Springfield, Massachusetts. He completed his undergraduate work at STCC and AIC, received his degree from NYCC, where he served as president of his class and earned a place in the “Who’s Who of American Colleges and Universities.” He established general practice in Old Saybrook and Mystic CT.  Doc has attended the Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine on Mainland China. He now concentrates his post-graduate studies in nutrition and neurology.  He is the author of the book Fibromyalgia: New Science, Real Hope: A Guide to Prepare, Be Heard and Get Results.

For over 25 years, Dr. Langone has maintained the highest standard of care for his patients. He spends many hours each week in postgraduate studies and research. His practice focuses on chronic pain conditions do to stress, biochemical imbalances, and toxicity, which include diet, nutrition & weight issues to personalize a full recovery for those cases he accepts. He is passionate and committed to helping people avoid having to live through the same health problems we have seen our parents and elders suffer with.

Dr. Langone’s patients are most often chronic and difficult cases—those having lived with pain for months or years such as; neck/shoulder pain, low back/leg and knee pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic fatigue, headaches as well as pain due to auto injuries.

Dr. Langone explains: “Most medical efforts target the symptoms a patient suffers from. Often it works fine, and the problem is solved. Other times it sets in motion a rollercoaster of frustration, pain and pills. Trying a new medication or a new exercise, while offering hope, will just not be enough. That's when people call us."

Dr. Langone is a past speaker for the Foundation of Wellness Professionals and donates his time to lecture throughout New England on natural health topics.

Dr. Rob and his wife Vicki make their home in Longmeadow, Massachusetts along with  Daisy, a ten-pound Yorkie that nearly has Dr. Rob completely trained.

Dr. Langone is the author of the book:

                                                                                                                                           Enfield Integrative Health - Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia: New Science, Real Hope:

A patients Guide to Prepare; Be Heard, and Get Results.

He is greatly concerned that chronic pain and fatigue are destroying lives and families. Short term management with drugs may be necessary, and in some cases a long term necessity, but usually only cover up pain at best. Covering up problems is a sure way to get worse, and not even be aware of it. Our goal is to help you regain control of your life and live life the way it used to be.

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  • "Our Commitment is to provide our patients convenient and affordable chiropractic care. Dr Rob's treatment goal is to get each patient off medication, out of pain and dismissed ASAP; without any unnecessary long + drawn-out therapies."
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