Mark Frogley Arizona Pain Relief

Dr. Mark Frogley is a third generation chiropractor and comes from a line of 18 chiropractors which includes grandfathers, uncles, brothers, and cousins.  His grandmother was a contortionist in the circus and developed scoliosis so severe that her doctor advised her to stop having children or she would put her own life, and the life of her child in danger. Having a family was so important to her that she told her husband to leave the F.B.I. and become a chiropractor. Grandma went on to have a total of 10 children. Dr. H. Ronald Frogley went on to become acting president of Palmer College of Chiropractic and worked with the grandson of D.D. Palmer, the founder of chiropractic. Ronald worked hand-in-hand with Dr. Thompson, the founder of the Thompson Drop Table and the Thompson Technique, to develop and perfect the technique. After having taught at the school for over 40 years, he created a DVD of chiropractic technique for his children and grandchildren to learn from his experience.  

Dr. Frogley is trained as a C.C.E.P (Certified Chiropractic Extremities Practitioner) which places emphasis on working with patients that have issues with their shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, hips, knees, ankles, feet, TMJ and ribs. Eight years ago, Dr. Frogley’s best friend experienced pelvic trauma that would change her life forever. As a result, Dr. Frogley has also familiarized himself with a technique which assists in the stabilization of the sacroiliac joint and the pubic symphysis. This technique falls into line with the pregnancy training that he received in school.  

Dr. Mark Frogley is an Eagle Scout. He served a 2-year LDS mission in the Missouri Independence Mission, which helped shape him into the individual he is today. Dr. Frogley is married and has 4 beautiful daughters who keep he and his wife very busy. Dr. Frogley’s hobbies include weightlifting, fly fishing, running, soccer, basketball, and eating. Dr. Frogley loves what he does professionally but above all, he loves to spend time with his family.