About Frederick S. Frank

  • Graduate of the Muscular Therapy Institute, Cambridge, MA
  • Extensive studies in Craniosacral and Lymph Drainage Therapy through the
    Upledger Institute
  • Bioenergy studies with Richard Gordon, Inya L'Orange, Fritz Smith, Mietek Wirkus, and Zoran Hochstatter
  • Professional Member: International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy & Energy Medicine
  • American Craniosacral Therapy Association
  • Studies in Facial Rejuvenation with Kundan Mehta of the London Centre of Indian Champissage

International Association of Healthcare Practitioners

Testimonials for Frederick Frank

Sessions with Frederick are like being in a safe haven where my physical problems melt away. Of course there are untold mental benefits as well. He has a wide range of techniques and pressures.

-- Erin Headley, Professional Musician

In my first visit I became aware that not only are you a skilled practitioner, you are caring, gentle and above all, marvelously intuitive. I have to say that what I receive can best be decribed as spiritual renewal. Being in your space, time spent with you is like hours spent in a zen garden. Thank you for the rich gift of your Self.

-- Robert Hewes, English Teacher (retired)

Frederick's methods have been my secret to injury-free running for over ten years. I am happy to refer friends to him as I'm sure he offers the same high level of service to all his clients.

-- Paul Ryan, Runner

My treatments with Frederick left me with a heightened sense of full-body ease. His wonderful touch was able to mobilize an injured area without me feeling pain. I am amazed how his touch can go deeply but never shock the body. He is a true artist!

-- Carlos Fittante, Choreographer/Dancer

I have been Rick Frank's client for over 8 years. I continue to be impressed not only by his therapeutic skills and his knowledge of a variety of healing practices, but also by his professional integrity. I have always felt well cared for and at ease during my sessions with him.This work allows me to go back out into the world and manage the inevitable challenges of daily life with a greater sense of peace.

-- M. Harris, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

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