Originally from the Philadelphia suburbs of Pennsylvania, Dr. Frank obtained his bachelor of science degree in pre-medicine from Pennsylvania State University. He graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine (now a part of Temple University) in Philadelphia, PA, in 1996. Formal surgical residency program completed Dr. Frank's training at Germantown Hospital and Medical Center (now a part of Albert Einstein Medical Center) in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Frank began practicing in St. Louis in 1998 with a larger, multi-office group practice in St. Louis, St. Charles and Southern Illinois but then opted for a single, central office location to avoid all the excessive commuting and consolidate to one primary location in 2008, which is now Premier Podiatry at the Walker Medical Building in Town & Country. This office is in a modern, centrally located office building, convenient to most areas of St. Louis County. Dr. Frank's goal it to provide advanced, quality care to patients around the St. Louis area in a compassionate, clean and friendly office environment. The office is equipped with digital x-ray and diagnostic ultrasound equipment and we sterilize all of our instruments to reduce risk of patient infection and cross contamination.
As a father of four teenage girls, Dr. Frank has the patience and skill to treat many pediatric foot conditions in addition to adult and geriatric patients. Dr. Frank is board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery.
With over 20 years experience, Dr. Frank is skilled in providing surgical and non-surgical treatment of most foot and ankle problems including ingrown toenails, toe/foot deformities, diabetic foot ulcerations/infections, plantar fasciitis and pediatric conditions including warts, ingrown toenails and Sever's disease.
Dr. Frank has a particular passion for fixing bunions, especially severe and revisional bunion deformities, using the latest in internal fixation devices, allowing patients to get on their feet faster with minimal chance of recurrence. This includes the more recently popularized Lapidus Bunionectomy in addition to other surgical procedures determined on a case by case basis.