Frank Previte, MPT
Frank is a magna cum laude graduate of Hahnemann University with a Master of Physical Therapy Degree. He also attended Rutgers University where he earned his Bachelor of Science from the Exercise Science program and The Way College of Biblical Research where he received a Bachelor of Theology. Post-graduate training has emphasized mechanical diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculo-skeletal (MS) disorders. Frank is certified in the McKenzie Approach, credentialed in the Duffy-Rath System of prevention and treatment of MS disorders, a BACKtoGOLF professional and is an Ergonomic Assessment Specialist with the Back School of Atlanta. Special areas of interest include manual therapy approaches including joint mobilization, clinical myofascial release, Structural Integration, ergonomic education and training, golf rehabilitation and Hatha (Bikram) Yoga. Frank has provided continuing education manual therapy seminars to PT professionals, functional anatomy workshops and has been a workshop assistant to Wayne Rath, PT and Brian Mulligan, PT. Frank is an ergonomic consultant to Novartis Corporation. He is a member of the NJ Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. Personal interests include reading, Bible study and fellowship, the arts, Yoga, and outdoor activities including, hiking, biking, golf and nature.