Dr. Frank Pidcock is an associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation and pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His clinical interests include the use of botulinum toxin injections to treat children with spasticity and the development of constraint induced therapies to improve the use of hemiparetic upper limbs.
Dr. Pidcock serves as the director of pediatric rehabilitation at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is also vice president of rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
He is a graduate of Hahnemann Medical College (1977). He earned his undergraduate degree in natural sciences at Johns Hopkins University (1973). His post-doctoral training includes a pediatric residency at Hahnemann University Hospital, a developmental pediatrics fellowship at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and a rehabilitation medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Dr. Pidcock joined the Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation faculty in 1994.
Dr. Pidcock is also interested in the rehabilitation of children with brachial plexus injuries, spina bifida, and transverse myelitis.
He is a member of American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Association of Academic Physiatrists, and the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine.