Dr. Lance Frank is originally from Missouri, and after completing a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Public Health from his alma mater, the University of Missouri in Columbia, he obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Lance began his clinical orthopedic and pelvic health rehabilitation career after graduation from Emory in 2017. Lance is also certified in trigger point dry needling, and is trained in Redcord Neurac as well as Mat Pilates. In addition to physical therapy, Lance also does private performance training and program development, and provides nutrition and wellness consultations as well. Lance’s passion lies in orthopedic physical therapy, with specific interests in the clinical management of the fitness athlete, sports performance, strength and conditioning programming, and pelvic health rehabilitation. Lance is enthusiastic about both orthopedic and pelvic health physical therapy, and has been extensively trained to incorporate the latest clinically supported research into the treatment of his patients.
When Lance isn’t working, he lives with his partner and his 3 dogs in Southwest, Atlanta and enjoys working out, taking his dogs for hikes, traveling, and exploring new adventures.