Scott Frankenfield, PT, DPT believes that most patients come to therapy wondering why they have the symptoms they are experiencing. He enjoys educating patients on ways to
actively manage symptoms while maximizing functional mobility. He does this through use of a thorough manual assessment to create a treatment plan and use manual interventions paired with education and exercise to achieve great results.
Scott is originally from Sterling, Virginia. He received his Interdisciplinary Studies degree from James Madison University and his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from University of Pittsburg. It was at James Madison University that Scott first decided he wanted to become a physical therapist. “I suffered a neck injury the summer prior to my senior year. I completed several months of physical therapy to regain strength and get back to feeling like myself again. Being able to make a full recovery was such a huge blessing, and it would not have been possible had it not been for the effort my physical therapist. After that experience I knew that I wanted to be a therapist and provide the same support for others who were recovering from injury”, he says.
When he’s not treating in our Great Bridge clinic, you can find Scott spending time with his wife and family. He also enjoys running, grilling, hiking and playing sports.
Scott holds a Direct Access Certification through the Virginia Board of Physical Therapy allowing her to evaluate and treat patients without a prescription. As part of your healthcare team, Scott will make an assessment of your condition and create a plan to start you on the road to wellness.