Our less-invasive approach to total knee replacement surgery means a smaller incision, reduced hospital stays, and a more rapid recovery.
Dr. Clark is the area’s leader in direct anterior hip replacement surgery and focuses on helping patients minimize pain and avoid damage to surrounding areas.
Backed by extensive orthopedic sports medicine experience and with a facility located at the University of Northern Iowa campus, our treatments can get you back in the game.
With specialized, one-on-one care for every stage of your life, we can help you overcome orthopedic impediments and enjoy the activities you love.
Dr. Clark maintains a busy orthopedic practice focused on enabling patients to overcome their physical challenges—whether they are related to injury or the aging process. In private practice since 2000, Dr. Clark has been at the forefront of hip and knee arthroplasty innovation. One of the first adopters of the direct anterior approach to total hip replacement in the Midwest, he has focused on less-invasive surgical techniques, as well as robotic knee replacement. Click below to find out more about Dr. Clark’s experience, service offerings and philosophy.LEARN MORE
Dr. Clark spoke as a guest lecturer at the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Iowa Clinic, on April 7th, 2018 at the University of Northern Iowa Wellness Recreation Center. Dr. Clark educated the audience on Evolutions in Best Practice Surrounding Injuries of the Knee. Speakers that accompanied Dr. Clark included Grant Thorne, Mark Schwab, Al Vermeil, Boyd Epley, and Jake Hesse, who presented topics including ACL Prevention Strategies Evolving Time Tested Practices to Efficient Implementation Into Sports Training Protocols, Best Practices in High Performance Management, Strength Training for Basketball: Developmental Players to Elite Players, Coaching the Elite Mindset, Game...
In May 2017, Wartburg College’s Taylor Gilson, 2017 IIAC Pitcher of the Year, pitched a complete-game shutout to clinch the Iowa Conference championship for the Knights, but broke his collarbone in the post-game celebration....