Dr. Jack F. Sarro DC

Doctor of Chiropractic Hanover, MA

Dr. Jack F. Sarro DC is Board Certified

Dr. Jack F. Sarro DC is Board Certified

Dr. Jack Sarro DC is the  Back & Neck Pain Relief Specialist at Sarro Back and Neck in Hanover. He is National and Massachusetts Board Certified and an alumni of the prestigious Palmer University of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.


Dr. Sarro completed his residency at The Palmer University Clinics in 1999. Palmer University is the first chiropractic school founded in the world. It was founded by the discoverer of Chiropractic, Dr. Daniel David Palmer. The school has grown to have locations in Iowa, California, and Florida. Dr. Sarro has both a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer University. Many patients around the world seek out Palmer University graduates due to their proficiency and diversity in chiropractic treatment methods.

Proficiency in Pain Relief

Dr. Sarro has completed many hours of advanced post-graduate training in Back & Neck Pain Relief Care, exercise and soft tissue therapy, and nutrition. He has been helping patients recover from pain and injury in Hanover, on the South Shore, and Boston area since 1999.

Dr. Sarro utilizes only treatments that resolve patients pain in the least amount of time and visits. These methods are scientific specialties within chiropractic that prioritizes patient results over long term treatment. Dr. Sarro combines gentle instrument treatments with traditional hands on chiropractic methods, for optimum pain relief and comfort for the patient. Dr. Sarro is highly proficient in the Gonstead System of Chiropractic as well as soft tissue and muscle therapy.

From Chiropractic Patient to Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Sarro’s desire to become a Doctor of Chiropractic originated from having success as a patient over 20 yrs ago. Chiropractic treatment helped him overcome a painful neck and shoulder condition.

Dr. Sarro’s personal interests include athletic performance, functional fitness, kettle-bell training, nutrition, and spending time with his family.

“Helping patients recover from their pain and injury is the most rewarding aspect of this profession.”