Who is Jason Frank

I was raised in Western Colorado most of my life, but my father’s profession as a gold miner required we relocate frequently. My mother has been a nurse for almost 40 years, my cousin 20 years, and another cousin manages a hospital laboratory.  If I had gone to medical school we could have started our own hospital. The science of helping people seems to run in my family.

On a personal level I know what it is like to work hard and still not reach your goals. For that reason, most of my clients find me to be a very upbeat and energetic person, extremely focused, caring, and hard as nails when they need me to be.

A Certified M.A.T.® Personal Trainer (Muscle Activation Techniques)

It has been my experience that both my patients as a nurse and my M.A.T.® clients that its my job to seek out those deep dark painful parts of their body and bring them into the light. I learned a long time ago, that people are more likely to share with you if you share with them and then you can get on with the work of addressing issues.

Registered Nurse

I have extensive knowledge and experience as a Registered Nurse and have worked in the following areas in my nursing career: Nuero-trauma (head, neck and spine), orthopedics (joint replacements, fractures, etc), cardiac step down (post operative open heart, heart attacks, etc), ICU (Intensive Care Unit), Home health, Home hospice, and nine years in corrections dealing with issues most people can’t even imagine. I’m not a personal trainer, physical therapist, chiropractor, or orthopedic surgeon.

I’ve been helping people heal for a very long time and honestly, I’m in it for my clients, I love this work! I want to work with you and the other people behind you to make it happen for you!

A Veteran owned business with my own personal Injuries

I got my start in medicine in the U.S. Army as a combat lifesaver/ combat medic, but these were secondary to my job as an Airborne Infantryman with the 82nd Airborne Division. During my time in the Army, I sustained 3 broken vertebrae (not found until many years later) and a very bad posterior dislocation of my right shoulder on a parachute jump, and a chronic illness which still effects me.

The shoulder injury gradually resulted in shoulder dysfunction and years of compensations bringing me to the point of considering a shoulder surgery. These injuries and illness have given me the experience to relate to the unique and frustrating problems that people with significant injuries face every minute of every day.

When I say “I understand", I really mean it.

Maintaining and being healthy is difficult on a good day. It becomes increasingly difficult when injuries or illnesses compound your challenges.  It can make a person feel powerless, like you’re drifting about on a river of misery. I’m glad to help you through those times.  I’ll help you make a paddle to navigate that river and achieve your personal greatness.  Your success is my greatest achievement!

I only care about one thing! What can I do to make you feel and function better.  Please contact me with your questions, or to schedule an appointment, Click Here