About Us

“My Love is People, My Mission is Service, and My Playground is Health.”

DocSpitz and his wife, Erica, live in Littleton with their dog, Titus. They are both natives of Colorado and are surrounded by the things they value most; friends, faith and family. Outside of the office, you might run into them at the park playing volleyball, walking their dog, or enjoying dinner out together.


Doc Spitz, otherwise known as Dr. Toby Spitzlberger DC, was born and raised in Lakewood, CO. He left Colorado for the pacific waters of California where he earned a degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at California Lutheran University. His studies led Doc Spitz being second author of two research papers published in peer reviewed journals for his contribution to work done for the US Olympic Committee and the men’s and women’s javelin throwers of USA track and field.

Doc Spitz continued his studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. While at PCCW, he gained on-field experience at many different events throughout California, including: National Senior Games –Stanford University, Sea Otter Classic – Monterrey, Corona Wide Open Pro-Volleyball Tournament – Santa Cruz, US Half Marathon – San Francisco, and others. Because of his integrative methods and progressive philosophy, Doc Spitz was selected for an internship in the Veteran Affairs hospitals of California where he gained experience in appropriate referral, integrative care and multi-disciplinary patient management.

After graduating with honors from PCCW on 2011, Doc Spitz moved back to Colorado and founded the DocSpitz Performance Clinic in Littleton.

Doc Spitz continues to pursue training and holds certifications in Graston Technique, Myofascial Release, Sports Physical Examination, and National Academy of Sports Medicine: Performance Enhancement specialist and Corrective Exercise specialist.

Doc Spitz’s comprehensive and movement-oriented approach to myofascial therapy make him very effective as he works with patients representing all walks of life. He loves what he does and the people that he works with, and considers himself to be very blessed.

I was able to run six miles, felt stronger, more at ease in movement and more flexible over all. DocSpitz is a miracle worker.
Christy Williams | Elite Multisport Coaching, Team Member