Contact Zygo Sport and Spine Sports Chiropractor Leander Texas

Contact Zygo Sport and Spine

Sports Chiropractor


3 Easy Ways to Book an Appointment and Contact Zygo Sport and Spine

1. Online via Jane App

You can contact Zygo Sport and Spine or directly book an appointment through our online booking system, ran by Jane.  Jane allows us to manage our schedule and makes it ridiculously simple for you to book and manage your appointments online.

We utilize a third party system called ‘Jane’, which allows us to manage our schedule and patients with ease. Jane makes it ridiculously simple for you to book your own appointments online. With a few clicks of your mouse, you can see which time slots are available and add one or more appointments — in real time. No need to call the office (if talking on the phone is not your thing), you can do it from any device!

2. By Phone | (512) 270-8351

If you prefer to schedule your appointments or contact Zygo Sport and Spine by phone, you can call or text us at (512) 270-8351. We will gladly get you scheduled or answer any questions you may have.

3. By Email | Contact@Zygosportandspine.com

Send us an email at Contact@ZygoSportandSpine.com and we will be happy to help find a time that works for you.


Sports Chiropractor Leander, Texas

If you have any questions regarding chiropractic care, Active Release Techniques soft tissue therapy, or sports physical therapy/rehabilitation at Zygo Sport and Spine, please don’t hesitate to fill out the form below or call us directly at (512) 270-8351.


Zygo Sport and Spine, Sports Chiropractor and Chiropractic wellness clinic is located alongside our friends at Innovative Solutions Massage Therapy in Leander Texas.

10824 E Crystal Falls Pkwy #302C Leander, TX 78641

Contact Zygo Sport and Spine: (512) 270-8351

Driving Directions to Zygo Sport and Spine

Sports Chiropractor

From Cedar Park and Leander

Head north, by either Ronald Reagan Blvd, 183, or 183A to Crystal Falls Parkway. We are between 183A and Ronald Reagan Blvd on E. Crystal Falls Parkway. If you utilize 183 or 183A, you will head east on E. Crystal Falls Parkway about 1/2 mile east of 183, and we are on the right, due south of Rouse High School.

If you are traveling from Ronal Reagan Blvd., you will head west on E. Crystal Falls Parkway for 1.2 miles. Our offices are on the left, at the front of Cold Springs neighborhood.

From Liberty Hill

Head south on 183A and exit E. Crystal Falls Parkway and head east (left hand turn). You will head east on E. Crystal Falls Parkway about 1/2 mile east of 183, and we are on the right, due south of Rouse High School.

From Georgetown

Head west on TX-29, or 2243. You will head south on Ronald Regan Blvd. to E. Crystal Falls Parkway and turn right. You will head west on E. Crystal Falls Parkway for 1.2 miles. Our offices are on the left, at the front of Cold Springs neighborhood and due south of Rouse High School.


“My sister-in-law was in town over the holidays and was barely able to move with some severe back pain, so we decided to go see Dr. Centofonti who graciously fit us into his busy holiday schedule (thank you!!). I know that my sister-in-law might need some follow-up sessions back in her hometown, as the doc provided her with the names of some practitioners in her area, but after just 1 session with Dr. Centofonti she regained her mobility and was able to enjoy the rest of her vacation.”

Tony H.


“After a hard mountain bike crash 13 years ago, I dealt with chronic shoulder pain and limited mobility in my left shoulder. I met with several doctors and physical therapists, but nothing helped long term. I decided to just deal with the pain, which ranged from unnoticeable to unbearable. The limited mobility kept me from doing some daily activities, anything overhead, and lifting weights. There was also a noticeable decrease in strength. Last year I decided to get back into lifting and see how my shoulder handled it. I really wanted to try Olympic lifting (snatch and clean/jerk), but I couldn’t even get a broom stick into the proper position.

I met with Dr. Centofonti and after evaluating me, he used a combination of Active Release (which was amazing for instant relief) and corrective exercises to get my shoulder feeling better. Over just a few weeks of seeing him, I was able to PR in the overhead press, an exercise that used to cause a great deal of pain, as well as start focusing on the Olympic lift movements.

Fast forward to today, I have nearly all my range of motion back in my shoulder, zero pain, and the strength is slowly working its way up. I’m grateful for the work he has done, and would recommend him to anyone dealing with pain.”

Joel S.