Frank Mallon - PT, DPT, PRC

3110 Grant Ave., Philadelphia, PA
215.464.6600 Press 1 (ext 141)

Frank is a patient-focused, hands-on holistic therapist who believes strongly in the interdependence of all the human body’s systems.  His treatment style focuses on whole-system assessment to address repetitive movement dysfunctions contributing to pain and system inefficiencies. He prioritizes finding the root cause of an issue, rather than solely treating its symptoms. Regardless of whether a patient’s goal is to improve quality of life for everyday tasks or maximize high-level athletic performance, Frank recognizes the value of sensory integration to modify motor patterns and achieve patient satisfaction.

Frank is currently the Physical Therapy Supervisor for the 3B Orthopedics division of Aria-Jefferson Health®, one of the leading health systems in Philadelphia.  He also serves as an adjunct faculty member for Arcadia University's Physical Therapy Department. Frank has worked with Team USA athletes and provided consultation services to LiveNation® for touring musical acts in Philadelphia.

Frank received his Bachelor's degree in Exercise & Sport Science from Ursinus College and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University, where he graduated with distinction. In 2015, Frank earned his certification from the Postural Restoration Institute® (PRI), becoming Pennsylvania's first Postural Restoration Certified (PRC) clinician. The PRC credential recognizes extraordinary interest and devotion to the science of postural adaptations, asymmetrical patterns, and the influence of polyarticular chains of muscles on the human body, as defined by the Postural Restoration Institute.

Contact Frank at frank.j.mallon@gmail.com

History of Passion

The Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) is built around 30 years of clinical practice associated with recurring successes of specific patient treatment programs. We established reproducible, outcome-based programs based on consistent evidence-based correlations, discovered with patient biomechanical, respiratory, and neurological functional patterns and limitations. My passion for the integrated systems of the body has resulted in an examination and intervention process of the asymmetrical human body called Postural Restoration.