EXPERIENCED ORTHOPEDIC SPORTS CARE
SPORTS INJURY SPECIALIST
Dr. Clark takes a progressive, evidence-based approach to orthopedic sports medicine. With previous experience treating athletes at Michigan State University, Dr. Clark has served as the team physician for the Northern Iowa Panthers and Wartburg Knights since 2000. He has been on the sidelines for more than 500 college football and basketball games and treated Division I, II and III athletes in a variety of sports.
CONVENIENT UNI LOCATION
Dr. Clark’s clinic is located in the state-of-the-art Human Performance Complex (HPC), next to the UNI Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The HPC features more than 30,000 square feet dedicated to health, wellness, rehabilitation, and athletic training. Dr. Clark’s patients have the advantage of convenient access to modern therapeutic and diagnostic facilities, including a HydroWorx® aquatic therapy pool and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
TREATMENTS DESIGNED TO GET YOU BACK IN THE GAME
Skilled in the treatment and management of a wide variety of sports-related conditions, Dr. Clark specializes in the treatment of knee and shoulder injuries.
Dr. Clark provides comprehensive orthopedic sports medicine services, including:
- Arthroscopic knee surgeries (“knee scopes”)
- ACL, MCL and PCL reconstructions
- Arthroscopic shoulder surgeries, stabilizations, and labrum repairs
- Rotator cuff repairs
- Achilles tendon repairs
- Fracture care
RAPID RETURN TO PLAY
Because sports injuries can be time-sensitive, Dr. Clark offers fast-track appointments so that athletes can begin the healing process right away.
ACHIEVING SUPERIOR ORTHOPEDIC OUTCOMES TOGETHER
SHARED DECISION-MAKING | SHARED OUTCOMES | AMBITIOUS PURSUIT OF VICTORY OVER INJURY
After more than two decades treating elite athletes, including many who have gone on to compete at the professional level, Dr. Clark has observed that patients succeed when they pursue recovery from injury with the same determination and tenacity that they apply to their sport. That’s why Dr. Clark believes in shared decision-making and shared outcomes. When patients have a say in their care, they become active participants in the healing process and experience better outcomes.