Hello I’m Dr. Parker Hack. I was born and raised in the northwest Ohio area around Toledo. After high school, I attended the Ohio State University and received my Bachelor’s of Science degree in Anthropology. Knowing that my goal was to become a chiropractor, I then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. At Palmer, I had the opportunity to learn from some great chiropractic minds and participated heavily in the outpatient clinic becoming a Clinical Teaching Assistant while serving in the outpatient clinic. While there, I was also nominated for my cohort’s Clinical Excellence Award. Upon graduation, I accepted a position with the FOSTERing Wellness family and have been in Vermont ever since.

My love of chiropractic began at an early age getting regular adjustments from my chiropractor back in Ohio. Growing up playing sports and being active, I really saw the benefits that chiropractic can have upon people. I was able to perform better and was less sick than a lot of my peers. This experience drove me to want to become a chiropractor.

I enjoy seeing patients of all ages and walks of life, having provided care to patients just days to weeks old all the way up to 100+ years. One of my passions is providing care to expecting mothers and children. Helping to shape healthy and well children will lead to healthy and well adults. Being an athlete, I also enjoy working with athletes as well to help increase their ability and coordination.

Outside of the office, I enjoy hiking, cooking, kayaking, and a variety of activities that get me outside. I look forward to meeting you!