Our Team

Jeff Frankart

Jeff Frankart, PT


Retired Army Reserve Major Jeff Frankart served as a physical therapist and the Chief of Chronic Pain Physical Therapy at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, a U.S. Army hospital in Germany, from 2010 to 2018. He has personally treated more than 50,000 patients in his 25-year career.

Jeff was responsible for assessing injured troops and determining whether they could return to combat or required further rehabilitation. He established a triaging system to quickly evaluate and treat several hundred troops a week. The three-week program required no equipment and could be done one-on-one or in groups. This was the foundation for The Fix.

After 30 years of service, Jeff retired and changed his mission to reducing chronic pain and narcotic use, and improving mental outlooks. Using peer-reviewed research and collaborating with Dr. James Rainville, MD, a world-renowned doctor in chronic back pain rehabilitation and an associate clinical professor at Harvard Medical School, he adapted his treatment triage system to help patients of all ages and backgrounds.

Jeff’s program has performed more than 30,000 treatments and helped over 3,000 patients with diagnoses ranging from spinal fusions and amputations to fibromyalgia and arthritis. He is a master at motivation and at returning patients to an active lifestyle.


Carla Frankart, RN

(CEO & FIX Trainer)

Carla Frankart is a registered nurse with 15 years of experience in health care administration. She was the director of the American Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany, where she helped care for the overflow of American soldiers and Department of Defense employees stationed in Germany. Carla’s experience also includes managing international research protocols for the U.S. Navy Medical Research Unit in both Turkey and Egypt.​



Molly is a 3 year old pure bred Jack Russel originally from Koln Germany. Molly moved to the USA at age of 1 when her parents relocated back to the USA. Molly started working at the early age of 12 weeks. She often went to her parents physical therapy clinic in Germany. It was there Molly found her love for engaging with patients, especially those in pain. She greats each client with an enthusiastic wag and her big brown eyes enhance her ability to beg for treats.

When not working at The FIX Molly enjoys hanging out with her horse friend Jack, and chasing lizards.