Elizabeth Clark, PT, DPT, EdD, NCS

Faculty & Staff

Elizabeth Clark, PT, DPT, EdD, NCS

Assistant Professor

About

Dr. Clark is an Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy at Adventist University of Health Sciences. Prior to joining ADU, she was a full time Clinical Assistant Professor at Nazareth College for five years, and a clinician for Rochester Regional Health System for 14 years, in Rochester, New York. Dr. Clark received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology at SUNY Geneseo in 1999, and graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University magna cum laude with both a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and a Masters in Physical Therapy in 2002. Additionally, she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Upstate Medical University in 2006, her board certification in neurologic physical therapy in 2008, and served as Co-Director during successful credentialing of a Residency Program in Neurologic Physical Therapy at Rochester Regional Health in 2011. Currently, she is completing her doctorate in executive leadership at St. John Fisher College, in Rochester, NY. Dr. Clark's primary areas of interest in clinical practice, teaching, and research include neurologic physical therapy, leadership in health care, and health care systems. Dr. Clark has previously provided physical therapist education locally and internationally in the area of neurologic physical therapy.