Dr. Frank Frydrych received his B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, his B.S. in Human Biology from the National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) and his D.C. from the NUHS. Dr. Frank has continued his learning experience by attending various training and seminars with topics including: Acupuncture, Pediatrics, Nutrition, Functional Rehabilitation, and more. Dr. Frank married his wife, Ceci, while in chiropractic school. They welcomed their first child, Mia, prior to Dr. Frank's graduation. Since then, the Frydrych family has been blessed with three more children - Alexander, Abigail, and Jake. In addition to his family life, Dr. Frank is very involved at his church, Christ The King parish, and with the Knights of Columbus, Christ The King Council 11027 and the Dr. Dooley Assembly 209. Dr. Frank is also adjunct faculty at the National University of Health Sciences. He supervises chiropractic interns during their clinical internship. He enjoys working with the interns in developing their clinical and patient skills. Dr. Frank became a chiropractic physician because of his personal experiences as a chiropractic patient. In a prior occupation, he was injured on the job. Initially there was a trial of physical therapy, which helped but did not solve the problem. Later, a second bout of the same problem led him to a chiropractor and the rest as they say is history. Dr. Frank focuses on an integrated approach to addressing a person's pain. His approach is much more than just adjusting spinal segments to fix the problem. Dr. Frank also considers a person's movement capacity, the compensatory patterns, any strength deficits, and any neurological changes. Each treatment plan is razor focused and specific to the person's issues.