Dr. Kelly Frank Physical Therapist

Contact today for a FREE 15 minute wellness consultation! 407-801-7407

What is Pelvic Health Physical Therapy?

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy is a specialization that focuses on improving one’s overall and pelvic health.  Anatomically, the pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles that run from the tailbone to the pubic bone. These muscles help control the bowel and bladder, and support reproductive and intestinal organs. This network of muscle, ligaments, nervous, and connective, tissue work together to play an important role in complete physical, mental, social, and sexual well-being. 

Why Kelly wants to Get Frank about Pelvic Health

Pelvic Health focuses on improving quality of life. Developing positive strategies with a physical therapist, that fit individual time and needs, leads to improving complete physical, mental, and social well-being.  Kelly wants you to pick up your new baby from their crib with a strong healing core, have your annual gynecologic wellness exam without leaving in tears, and finish a 5k without leaking urine.  Optimal pelvic health is the ability to gain access and control of your fullest life without pain, worry, or dysfunction. Frankly Pelvic advocates for, challenges, and helps individuals achieve this.

I am so grateful that I found Kelly! She was key in helping me with pelvic health issues that I have been dealing with for years and I have made strides since working with her. Kelly is both very professional and personable. She also has a very caring approach and put me at ease right away.
- anonymous, 34 yr old female, (vaginismus)

Mobile in-home sessions

*90min evaluation & Treatment

*60min treatment sessions

Outside a 20-mile radius from Altamonte Springs a travel fee will be applied.

Call 407-801-7407 now to schedule your session


Virtual Sessions

Based on client needs: 30, 45, 60 minute sessions available


In Office Hours

Starting January 2024 Weekly office Hours at the Awakening Well House in Winter Park, FL

230 Benmore Drive, Winter Park, FL 32792



*Please email or call for more information and appointment availability

Kelly was such a blessing throughout my pregnancy and postpartum care. She makes you feel so comfortable and gives you sustainable goals for each session. I left her care feeling empowered and would recommend her to anyone!
- Kimberly, 35

Frequently asked questions:

No! Florida is a Direct  Access state for physical therapy.  Kelly will ask to communicate with your provider our plan for physical therapy so they can continue to be a part of your care team as we advocate for you on your health journey. 

Kelly provides in-home sessions to patients with a vulva/vagina. Office hours and virtual sessions expand services to anyone with a pelvis. Those with government insurance, those needing options for financial or personal reasons, and other general questions please contact us at,
drkelly.frank@franklypelvic.com, for further discussion and how we can best get you the treatment you need. Frankly Pelvic is an LGBTQIA ally.

Frankly Pelvic is a cash-based mobile practice that does not accept insurance. This allows us to treat our patients one-on-one for extended time in the comfort and safety of their home or office.  Payment is collected at the end of each session and a superbill can be provided upon your request. Patients will be able to submit their superbills to their own insurers for possible reimbursement.  Please call your own insurance company prior to your session to see what your coverage for 'out of network providers' is and to understand how to submit for reimbursement.

Many new parents are seen three to six weeks postpartum by their pelvic floor physical therapist. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology recommends comprehensive fourth trimester ongoing care versus the single 6 to 12 week postpartum check up. You can make an appointment while you are still pregnant, as you are trying to get pregnant, or anytime postpartum. There is no right or wrong time to start your pelvic health journey. Please contact us if you have any specific questions.

Absolutely! We chose this specialization and business model to fit our patient's family needs.

No.  There is no contraindication to external or internal manual treatments while on your period, unless indicated otherwise by your MD. There are many non-internal treatments your therapist can perform as you are always able to defer any internal treatment at any time. Kelly wants you to feel comfortable and safe. You can also choose to reschedule that appointment, please note our cancellation policy and provide 24 hours notice to avoid a cancellation fee. 

I encountered Kelly in the course of my recovery from a stroke. I have always been impressed by both her knowledge and her professionalism. What strikes me most about Kelly is how comfortable I find myself working with her, in a course of treatment that can so easily lead to awkwardness or unease. Kelly is a pleasure to work with, and her skills and demeanor have proven a blessing in my recovery.
-Debra, 62