Laura Clark, PT, FCE
Laura received her Bachelors degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont in 1991. She comes to PT 360 having practiced physical therapy for over 25 years. She has worked in Vermont and North Carolina in various settings including acute care, sub-acute rehab, aquatic therapy, but mostly sports, orthopaedic and post-surgical rehab. This includes industrial rehab (certified in Functional Capacity Evaluations, implementing Work Conditioning for the injured worker, Work Rehab programs, Pre-employment Placement Screens and Ergonomic Assessments).
Her areas of skill include: foot & ankle biomechanics, orthotic evaluation and management, manual therapy for malaligned pelvis & spinal segments, fascial restriction, sports and orthopaedic rehab. She is dedicated to exceptional patient care and integrating functional training to restore movement for sport, work and life.
Laura is a native Vermonter and enjoys running, biking and hiking with her husband and 3 children. She’s a big fan of nutrition and exercise, specifically various avenues of strength and performance conditioning. She is involved in tae-kwon-do, youth soccer and teaches fitness & conditioning.