Harrison "Gabe" Frank, MD
Dr Frank, a native of Northbrook, IL, began his education at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, graduating with a degree in Biology. After a 3 year hiatus playing professional basketball at home and overseas, Dr Frank continued his education at the prestigious Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. His training continued at Wake Forest Baptist Health, where he completed a fellowship in NeuroRehabiliation.
Dr Frank has spent has spent the last several years treating several different types of chronic medical conditions. It was during that time that he began his interest in regenerative and anti-aging medicine, and has gone through extensive additional training with the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr Frank looks to treat the cause of the disease, not just cover it up with medications. As a Rehabilitation physician, Dr Frank focuses on restoring the body to its highest functioning capacity.
By opening the Frank Institute for Health and Wellness, Dr Frank has created a unique, one of a kind practice that focuses on the person as a whole.
Erica G. Murphy, ATC, LAT
Erica Murphy came to Frank Institute for Health & Wellness with a background in Sports Medicine. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of New Hampshire.
Murphy is nationally board certified as a certified athletic trainer and licensed to practice athletic training in the state of North Carolina. She is also a Graston Technique Clinician and serves as an active member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.
Prior to taking the position at Frank Institute for Health & Wellness, Murphy worked as an athletic trainer at Tops Athletics in Wilmington, NC and in the private high school setting in West Palm Beach, FL where she covered various sports daily.
Mrs. Murphy is a native of Hudson, New York. She is passionate about Athletic Training and dedicated to the well being of the athletes she oversees. She loves sharing her love for the sport of running through gait training and corrective exercise. She takes pride in working with her athletes and says it is extremely rewarding when they meet their personal goals!
Denise Rohlik is the Frank Institute’s clinical secretary. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Rohlik has been living in Wilmington since 2014. Before coming to the Frank Institute, she worked as a scuba diving instructor and dive master, primarily diving the wrecks of North Carolina’s Graveyard of the Atlantic while training students and local marine rescue units. Rohlik is certified in emergency first response, AED and O2 administration, and was a guest speaker on sports concussions for the Orthopaedic Surgery and Trauma Society.
Rohlik has a bachelor’s degree from the Pennsylvania State University where she also played four years of collegiate ice hockey and participated on two US women’s national ice hockey teams. She still actively participates in the sport and is currently finishing up an additional degree at UNCW in Biology.
Devan Oddman, MPAS, PA-C
Devan Oddman brings a diverse background consisting of Surgical, Pediatric and Internal Medicine experience to the Frank Institute. Prior to the Frank Institute, Devan practiced as a PA at San Diego Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Before moving to San Diego, Devan completed a PA Surgical Residency at Norwalk Hospital and Yale Medical Center. She received a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Mercy College in New York, and holds a BS in Kinesiology from Penn State University.
Devan lives in Wilmington with her husband and three children. She maintains a deep-rooted passion for health and wellness, and strives to integrate this passion into her practice with each patient interaction.