About us

Chad E. Frank, D.O. is board certified in family practice and osteopathic manipulative treatment with added certifications in addiction medicine and pain medicine. His specialty in is treating musculoskeletal disorders and he has quickly gained a reputation for making his patients feel comfortable in a usually stressful situation. Dr. Frank is a graduate of the University of Michigan and received his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000. He completed his residency at Broward General Medical Center and Nova Southeastern University in 2003. After four years working in a group practice that specialized in physical and sports medicine, Dr. Frank opened The Non-Surgical Center for Physical & Sports Medicine in 2007.

Fluent in Spanish, Dr. Frank has been involved in medical missions overseas and has provided services locally to the Migrant Farm Workers Association of America and the Department of Veterans Affairs in Palm Beach where he worked in the emergency department. Dr. Frank has also appeared on CNN providing H1N1 vaccines to the homeless of Broward County in association with the Homeless Voice.

In his spare time, Dr. Frank is a Philadelphia sports enthusiast and enjoys traveling, fine dining, and a good glass of wine.

 

Susan Albertini graduated from Nova Southeastern University in 2005 with a Masters in Medical Science and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physician Assistant studies. She has worked in Internal Medicine in both a clinical and hospital setting. She also has a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Florida International University in Physical Therapy since 1996. Her experience spans many settings from out-patient sports therapy, in-patient orthopedics, wound care along with home care and management. Susan started her allied health career with an Associate’s Degree of Arts from the University of Central Florida where she also received her education and training as an Athletic Trainer. She has worked with collegiate athletes in baseball, soccer, football and more.

Susan loves to keep moving with an interest in exercise and clean living. When she is not running after her sons she is running towards the finish line at one of the marathons/triathlons in which she routinely participates.

Susan’s addition to the The Non-Surgical Center for Physical & Sports Medicine will allow her to connect with the patients, and together with those patients work toward achieving improved mobility, less overall pain and greater overall health. Susan is fluent in both English and Spanish.

 

At The Non-Surgical Center for Physical & Sports Medicine, our goal is to provide superior, non-surgical medical care to patients with musculoskeletal conditions. We employ a unique, multi-faceted, hands-on approach that places an emphasis on the entire person, not just one or two symptoms.

For your convenience, we accept the following insurance plans and payment forms:

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  • AvMed
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Tricare
  • Humana PPO

  • AARP
  • Beech Street
  • First Health
  • Golden Rule
  • Great West Healthcare
  • Neighborhood Health Partners
  • PHCS

Auto Insurance          Personal Injury Insurance          Worker’s Compensation

We also accept:

(Fee for Service)

  • Osteopathic Medicine Osteopathic Medicine Osteopathic Medicine is based on the Osteopathic Philosophy of treating the "whole person" and not just patients' symptoms.
  • Sports Medicine Sports Medicine Treating all types of sports injuries from simple sprains to more complex injuries using OMT along with other treatment modalities.
  • Health & Wellness Health & Wellness The medical management of acute and chronic conditions such as common colds, hypertension, cholesterol, and the general conditions of modern life.
  • Addiction Medicine Addiction Medicine Providing assistance in dealing with both the psychological and physical aspects of addiction from pain medicine to street drugs.

The Non-Surgical Center for Physical & Sports Medicine can help you turn your life around. Ask us a medical question today!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the difference between a DO and an MD?

DOs are Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine and MDs are Doctors of Allopathic Medicine. DOs and MDs are alike in many ways in that both DOs and MDs complete four years of medical education followed by three to eight years post graduate training in internships, residencies and .... learn more

Is an Osteopathic Physician like a Chiropractor?

No. A Chiropractor is a musculoskeletal health care provider who does not possess the full scope of medical practice rights as do DOs and MDs. DOs are physicians with full scope of practice rights, .... learn more

What is the Osteopathic Philosophy?

The Osteopathic Philosophy is a “whole person” approach to patient healing and wellness. Osteopathic medicine was discovered by Andrew Taylor Still MD,DO., and the Osteopathic Profession was founded in 1892 with the attitude of not just treating symptoms but treating the .... learn more

Dr. Frank

Dr. Chad Frank is board certified in family practice and osteopathic manipulative treatment with an added qualification in addiction medicine. His specialty in is treating musculoskeletal disorders and he has quickly gained a reputation for making his patients feel comfortable in a usually stressful situation.

 

Dr. Frank is a graduate of the University of Michigan and received his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000. He completed his residency at Broward General Medical Center and Nova Southeastern University in 2003. After four years working in a group practice that specialized in physical and sports medicine, Dr. Frank opened The Non-Surgical Center for Physical and Sports Medicine in 2007.

     

Our Mission

At The Non Surgical Center for Physical and Sports Medicine, our goal is to provide superior, non-surgical medical care to patients with musculoskeletal conditions. We employ a unique, multi-faced, hands-on approach that places an emphasis on the entire person, not just one or two symptoms. Learn more