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8714 E Vista Bonita Dr

Scottsdale, AZ 85255 US

480-247-9063

The Doctors

Meet the Doctors

                                                       

Drs. Frank and Sarah Sorrentino have been licensed chiropractic physicians since 2006.  They opened Grayhawk Family Chiropractic together in June of 2007, and have been serving the local Scottsdale community ever since. Both doctors use a "whole body approach" when taking care of their patients. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, state of the art physiotherapy procedures, and providing effective soft tissue therapies, Dr. Frank and Dr. Sarah are able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health. Dr. Frank and Dr. Sarah are both avid athletes and enjoy racing in local triathlon, cycling and running events.  When they are not busy working or training, they love hiking and enjoying the outdoors with their two sons, Jack and Luke.


  • Dr.
    Frank Sorrentino
    Chiropractor

    Dr. Frank is originally from Hamden, CT.  In addition to his doctorate degree, Dr. Frank has a Bachelor of Science in Medical Rehabilitation from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Frank has a special interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation and having played lacrosse at Springfield College himself, he can offer first hand experience to his patients.  Dr. Frank has experience in effectively treating repetitive motion injuries, commonly seen in today's workplace, such as shoulder injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome. 

    Education:

     New York Chiropractic College (Seneca Falls, NY) Doctor of Chiropractic  2006
     Springfield College (Springfield, MA) Bachelor of Science 2002

    Licensure & Certifications:

     State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners
     Active Release Technique, Certified Provider Full Spine
     Graston Technique, Certified Provider
     Manipulation under Anesthesia, Certified Provider

  • Dr.
    Sarah Peddie Sorrentino

    Dr. Sarah is originally from Toronto, ON, Canada.  In addition to her doctorate degree, Dr. Sarah has a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University in Montreal, QC.  Dr. Sarah has a special interest in women's health issues, including pre-natal and pediatric care.  Dr. Sarah has a background as a college synchronized swimmer and is an avid triathlete, completing Ironman Austria in July 2011. She enjoys working with female athletes of all ages.   Her past experience includes working in a multi-specialty pain clinic with a number of different health care providers and she can offer this varied clinical approach to her patients.

    Education:

      New York Chiropractic College (Seneca Falls, NY) Doctor of Chiropractic 2006
      McGill University (Montreal, QC) Bachelor of Science 2003

    Licensure & Certifications:

      State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners
      Active Release Technique, Certified Provider Full Spine
      Graston Technique, Certified Provider
      Webster Technique certified, Internationl Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)
      Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture (FIAMA)

Welcome to Grayhawk Family Chiropractic

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Drs. Frank and Sarah are extremely skilled in chiropractic care. They utilize powerful, cutting edge techniques such as the Graston Technique, trigger point therapy, chiropractic manipulation, ultrasound and electrical stimulation, to alleviate pain. In addition, they teach their patients how to strengthen their muscles and protect against relapse. Their personalities are warm, compassionate and attentive. Despite a crowded waiting room, they always take extra time to treat their patients and ensure they are feeling better."
    Patient M.W. May 2011

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