Elizabeth Clark

What is your role at the GSSMC?


What is your main area of practice?

Musculoskeletal and sports injuries. I am a part of the multidisciplinary shoulder clinic at the GSSMC. Growing up, I participated in competitive dance, so I have a strong interest in working with dancers. I am also an active runner, so I have an interest in running injuries.

What did you study and where?

I completed a bachelor of arts in kinesiology at Western University in 2008 and graduated with a MScPT from Queen's University in 2011. Since graduating, I have continued to take courses annually including Level 2 Manual therapy, SFMA Level 1, McKenzie Part A-C, Mulligan courses, traditional acupuncture and I am certified in Gunn IMS. I have also taken courses specific to the TMJ, as well as the prevention of running injuries.

Do you work specific days/hours?

Monday to Thursday, 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Fridays, 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

What is your favourite way to stay active?

I enjoy anything involving fitness - running, swimming, spin classes, weight training and barre classes.