Lance Frank is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) who specializes in both orthopedic and pelvic health physical therapy for all genders across their lifespan. He works at Activcore in Atlanta, Georgia, located just 2 miles from Emory University.
Lance's clinical background and education make him uniquely qualified to handle more complex conditions like pelvic floor dysfunction, including bowel, bladder and sexual health problems. He holds a Bachelors degree in Health Sciences from the University of Missouri, graduating with honors Magna Cum Laude and as the recipient of the School of Health Professions Student of the Year Award. He holds a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Missouri, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He also holds a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Emory University, ranked among the top 10 PT schools in the country.
Lance began his clinical orthopedic and pelvic health physical therapy career after graduation from Emory. He has been extensively trained to incorporate the latest clinically supported research into the treatment of his clients. He is also certified in trigger point dry needling, and has a background in strength and conditioning, and mat Pilates as well.
Lance goes beyond the symptoms and looks at the whole body to help you recover from pain and injury, and safely return to a fulfilling life of sport, activity and wellness. He possesses a rare combination of highly developed skill sets in orthopedics and pelvic health that make him exceptionally equipped to treat you from head to toe. Additionally, he is recognized nationally as a leading authority in the application of Redcord, a suspension exercise system designed to help you develop a smarter, balanced body through the power of neuromuscular activation.
Lance is originally from the Midwest, where he grew up in rural Missouri and played basketball, football, and ran track all throughout high school. After sustaining a sports injury during his senior year, he experienced first-hand the power that rehabilitation and physical therapy can have on one's health.
Lance has always been active. With a curiosity for health and the human body, he was inspired to pursue a career in physical therapy. He moved from Missouri to Atlanta to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Emory University. Upon graduation, to further his understanding of the healthcare system and its impact as a healthcare practitioner, Lance then remotely completed his Masters of Public Health with an emphasis in health promotion and policy.
When Lance isn’t working, he lives with his partner and his 3 dogs in Midtown, and enjoys working out, yoga, playing volleyball, taking his dogs for hikes, traveling, and exploring Atlanta with his partner.
PT (Licensed physical therapist)
DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy)
MPH (Master of Public Health)
Pelvic Health Specialist
TPDN Certified (Trigger Point Dry Needling)
I've been seeing Lance for a few months for pelvic muscle issues and I'm already seeing improvement. He's really knowledgeable, friendly, and always has helpful advice. After each appointment I feel better, even if I'm in a pain flare-up at the time.
My doctor recommended that I receive pelvic floor therapy for prolapsed organs and very few PT groups have a specialist in this area. Lance was very knowledgeable and gave me exercises to not only slow down prolapse but reverse it - of course, it's up to me to be faithful to the program now that
I have been dismissed. I highly recommend this group and Dr. Lance Frank in particular.
In this day of specialties and specialists, I didn’t expect Activcore to consider the way my entire body worked. In addition to helping me with my bladder issues, they also strengthened my spine and stabilized my balance. I would recommend Activcore to anyone who wants to improve pelvic function and health.