Corrie Clark, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Integrated Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy of Loudoun
At the young age of five, I began participating in recreational sports. Primarily playing softball for 13 years and also having played basketball for a number of years. I am still active in the sports world and enjoy playing co-ed softball, running, and coaching young girl’s softball. I have always had an interest in health and fitness, a strong desire to help others and an aspiration to work in the medical field. Combined with my past in athletics, pursuing a career in physical therapy was an easy decision. After graduating from high school I jumped in with both feet to begin pursuing my dream. I graduated from Northern Virginia Community College and obtained my license as a Physical Therapist Assistant in May of 2011.
Since then, I have attended several Continuing Education Courses including ACL Reconstruction, Pelvic and Spine Dysfunction, Joint Mobilizations and Muscle Energy Techniques and am in the process of becoming a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner (CKTP). I have had the opportunity to speak with youth football teams about injury prevention, stretching techniques and the importance of flexibility and proper nutrition. My goal is to educate and treat patients in a manner that will effectively aid them in returning to their normal level of function, pain-free.