Ocular Disease including Medical Glaucoma, Dry Eye, Pre and Post Operative Eye Care. Acute Eye Conditions including Trauma, Conjunctivitis, Iritis and Posterior Segment Disease.
Dr. Frank joined Ophthalmic Associates in 2013, specializing in ocular disease and acute eye conditions. Dr. Frank also facilitates care with subspecialty ophthalmology, when necessary.
Dr. Frank earned his B.S. in kinesiology from University of Wyoming and his degree in optometry from Pacific University. He then completed his residency in ocular disease from Seidenbery Protzko Eye, which is affiliated with Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry and Wilmer Eye Institute of The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Frank is a member of the American Optometric Association and has published on the topics of Bilateral Acute Retinal Necrosis Secondary to HSV-2 and Bleb Associated Pseudomonal Endophthalmitis.
Dr. Frank is passionate about educating patients on proper eye care and establishing a rapport with each patient in order to develop lifelong relationships. His goals in practice are to provide superior eye care for the community of Anchorage and the surrounding area, and to treat his patients as he would want to be treated.
Dr. Frank was born in Anchorage and lived in Nome and Southeast Alaska for several years. He then spent his later childhood years in Alaska, Montana, and
Wyoming—returning to Anchorage in late 2013, after nearly four years in Maryland.
Dr. Frank is married with two daughters and, in his spare time, enjoys fly fishing, bow and rifle hunting, and pretty much anything that pertains to the outdoors.