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Welcome to Rubino Chiropractic of West Haven
Your West Haven Chiropractor

Dr. Robert H. Rubino and Dr. Rob A. Rubino are a father and son chiropractic duo that are serving West Haven and the surrounding area. Dr. Robert H. Rubino has been serving West Haven for the last 30 years. His son Dr. Rob A. Rubino recently graduated with his Doctorate of Chiropractic and has since joined his practice. Our chiropractors and the rest of the welcoming team at Rubino Family Chiropractic are committed to making our community the best place to raise a family by helping our patients reach their full potential and function at their optimum level!

Results with Rubino Family Chiropractic

Dr. Rubino and his son Dr. Rob focus on eliminating vertebral subluxations. This is done through a very specific scientific chiropractic adjustment. As the adjustments are made to the spine, pressure is taken off of the nerves and allows your entire body to function at 100%. As your body adjusts to the correct position, it feels and functions better. You have more energy, you are more focused, you breathe easier, sleep better and move more fluidly. The adjustments are gentle and specific for each person.

Rubino Family Chiropractic sees patients not only for back pain, but also stress, migraines, digestive issues, numbness in limbs, vertigo, and much more. These chiropractic adjustments are not only beneficial to adults but children as well. The first physical trauma we encounter in life is birth. Birth commonly causes vertebral subluxations which can result in colic, ear infections, sleep issues, allergies, and reflux in newborns. Rubino Family Chiropractic wants to help you and your entire family function at your optimal level.

Visit Rubino Family Chiropractic

If you are new to chiropractic care, we invite you to visit Rubino Family Chiropractic and to learn how chiropractic care improves your health. What to expect at our new patient appointment is a spinal evaluation, consultation, and x-rays, if necessary to determine the extent of your injury and the condition of your spine. If you and your family would like to experience the benefits of chiropractic care in your life, call us today at *(203) 933-9404*.

Dr. Robert Rubino
Rubino Chiropractic of West Haven | (203) 933-9404
130 Saw Mill Road | FAX: (203) 933-0272 | EMAIL: [email protected]
West Haven, CT 06516

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Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr. Robert Rubino

    Dr. Robert Rubino brings his down to earth personality and lifestyle into everything he does, including chiropractic. He focuses on achieving the best possible results for each and every patient while maintaining a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere in the office.

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  • Dr.
    Rob Rubino

    Doctor Rob received his Bachelors in Science from Central Connecticut State University and his
    Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University. He prides himself on and enjoys spending time with his family and his wife, Mallory. Dr. Rob is a 2nd generation chiropractor.

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  • "I thank God that I called Dr. Rubino’s Office because I was at my wits end. I can’t tell you how amazed I was when I got on the decompression table for the very first time."
    Doris Bevan / West Haven, CT

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