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Evolution Chiropractic of Danbury

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Evolution Chiropractic of Danbury

19 Padanaram Rd Suite 202
Danbury Connecticut 06810
United States

(203) 717-5665

Business Description

Evolution Chiropractic of Danbury has been proudly serving the City of Danbury for the past decade. Patients who are afraid of the popping, cracking and twisting they might experience at a regular chiropractor in Danbury recommend us. Our patients come from nearby towns such as New Fairfield Bethel Brookfield and Newtown to our Chiropractic Clinic. Are you ready to finally get the help that you deserve?

Business Hours

Monday9:30 am - 6:30 pm
Wednesday9:30 am - 6:30 pm
Thursday9:30 am - 12:30 pm

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About Danbury

Danbury is a city in Fairfield County, Connecticut, located approximately 50 miles (80 km) northeast of New York City. Danbury's population as of 2020 was 86,518. It is the third-largest city in Western Connecticut, and the seventh-largest city in Connecticut.Danbury is nicknamed the "Hat City" because it was the center of the American hat industry for a period in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The mineral danburite is named for Danbury while the city itself is named for Danbury in Essex, England.Danbury is home to Danbury Hospital, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury Fair Mall, and Danbury Municipal Airport. == History == Danbury was settled by colonists in 1685, when eight families moved from what are now Norwalk and Stamford, Connecticut. The Danbury area was then called Pahquioque by its namesake, the Algonquian-speaking Pahquioque Native Americans (they are believed to have been a band of the Paugusset people), who occupied lands along the Still River. Bands were often identified by such geographic designation but they were associated with the larger nation by culture and language). One of the original settlers in Danbury was Samuel Benedict, who bought land from the Paquioque in 1685, along with his brother James Benedict, James Beebe, and Judah Gregory. This area was also called Paquiack ("open plain" or "cleared land") by the Paquioque. In recognition of the wetlands, the settlers chose the name Swampfield for their town.

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