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We value our patients' experience at Fountain Chiropractic. If you are currently a chiropractic patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Jeff Fountain
Your Boulder Chiropractor

  • "I am tall 6’4″, and for years I have hunched over. I have done yoga, gotten massage, and had various forms of body work to try to help me stand up strait. I was afraid I would permanently have a hunch and that it would get worse as I got older. Jeff uses a very unique and powerful form of chiropractic and has made it much easier for me to stand up tall. His work has made me comfortable in my body made good posture feel natural."
    - Jordan S.
  • "Beth HollandThank you so much for the Laser Therapy. The surgeon nurse and physical therapist have all been astounded by the rapidity of my recovery from hip replacement surgery. I have gotten used to hearing “excellent,” “great,” and “brilliant” to describe my recovery. I actually look forward to my continued recovery and the restoration of my active athletic lifestyle.
    - Beth Holland, IPCC Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2007, Senior Scientist, NCAR"
    - Beth Holland
  • "I just wanted to say that I’ve had very satisfactory results from Jeff Fountain’s chiropractic work. I am 24 years old, and I started a series of treatments with Jeff after I’d had chronic and sometimes severe neck pain. He made me feel so much better, and I no longer have any neck pain. Also, my posture has dramatically improved and I look much better, and my movement and breathing has improved (my rib cage has opened up). Jeff took “Before” and “After” pictures of me, and the difference is dramatically noticeable; I went from very crooked to straight and tall. Although we went through many treatments to complete the series, I truly believe that is what was needed; it was completely worth it to me, and I am so thankful to be looking and feeling so much healthier."
    -Crystal H.
  • "Dr Fountain is a great chiropractor. He has a strong intuition with his work. He knows many modalities and builds on what he knows with classes he attends. He has been my chiropractor and primary care doctor for 10 yrs. My grown children also go to him. I am very comfortable with Dr. Fountain as he makes me feel like one of the family. I refer him any time someone is looking for pain relief."
    - Penny P.
  • "Dr. Fountain comes with my highest recommendation. I have been a patient of his for 8 years. He has treated me for injuries and health maintenance. Dr. Fountain is a rare gem in the wellness industry. He takes the time to provide thorough treatments and blends different techniques into his practice. Of the many different Chiropractors I have been treated by, Dr. Fountain has been my favorite for overall wellness."
    - David S.
  • "Dr. Jeff Fountain has helped me regain my posture and rid myself of a chronic pain between my shoulder blades. I am so grateful for his help and advice along the way. Thank you Dr. Fountain!"
    - Andrew M.
  • "I can recommend Jeff Fountain as a great chiropractor in North Bdr. I have been working with him for over a year after working with 3 others that did nothing for my problem. I had whip lash injury from 5 yrs back. It took a while but my neck is like new now…….I can sleep again ! His ABC chiro is the cadillac of chiropractic. More intense, more effective. His cranial work has improved my meditations too."
    - Makaan Burt CYT Yoga and Somatic Therapisy
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  • "Dr. Jeff Fountain has helped me regain my posture and rid myself of a chronic pain between my shoulder blades. I am so grateful for his help and advice along the way. Thank you Dr. Fountain!"
    - Andrew M.

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