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Stephen B. Clark


Assistant Clinical Professor

Physical Therapy, Human Movement, and Rehabilitation Sciences


Stephen B. Clark is a clinical faculty member in the sports medicine, musculoskeletal, and anatomy tracks in the PTMRS Department. He also mentors students in PT Projects I (PT5227) and II (PT5229).

Stephen holds a DPT degree from Northeastern, a MS in Exercise Science from the University of Toledo, and a MS in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from the University of Charleston. He is a licensed Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer, and a Board-Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy. His clinical practice is in the Northeastern University Sports Performance Department, where he serves varsity student-athletes as the Performance Rehabilitation Director. Dr. Clark’s research and clinical interests include the interdisciplinary care of student-athletes, epidemiology of sports injuries, managing the injured athlete from initial injury through return to play, and management of athletic hip injuries.