Dr. Anne Sorrentino moved to the northern Virginia area in 2012 and maintains a practice inside of Tysons Playground, a high-performance training facility where all levels of athletes are served. She graduated from St. John's University with a B.S. in Pharmacy and graduated cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. She received her Diplomate from the American Chiropractic Board Sports Physicians (DACBSP®) and was the owner/operator of a sports chiropractic practice in Indiana, Pennsylvania for 24 years, treating athletes from injury outset through all phases of healing.
In April 2014, Dr. Anne Sorrentino was honored with the prestigious “Sports Chiropractor of the Year” Award from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. Selected from a field of 5700 sports chiropractors, Dr. Sorrentino is only the third woman to ever receive this award. Dr. Sorrentino, named "Team USA Chiropractor" for the Winter World University Games 2017 (Winter Universiade XXVIII), treated our USA athletes in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 25-Feb 9, 2017. She has traveled with Team USA Archery and USA Bobsled/ Skeleton in addition to serving on sports medical teams for several events including the following: 2016 Olympic Track & Field Trials, USA Track and Field Nationals, IRONMAN Lake Placid, State Games of America and the Pennsylvania Keystone Games. She served three clinical rotations for the United States Olympic Training Centers in both Colorado Springs and Lake Placid, NY.
Dr. Sorrentino is a Senior Project Director for WMI Global Inc, the provider of medical services for the Mountain Dew Tour, Nitro Circus, UCI and previously the Ragnar Relays. She is a former team doctor for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Men's and Women's Ice Hockey Teams. Dr. Sorrentino teaches for both the CCSP® and DACBSP®) programs.
An avid golfer, runner, cyclist and kayaker, Dr. Sorrentino combines her love of sports with her love of helping athletes improve their sports performances for top competitive form.