Torie Clark

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Field House
P843-863-7416 / Etfclark@csuniv.edu

CREDENTIALS

PT, DPT, LSVT, CDP

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Dr. Torie F. Clark is an assistant professor in the Kinesiology Department at Charleston Southern University. She is a native South Carolinian and loves calling the Lowcountry her home. Dr. Clark lives in Summerville with her husband Matthew and their two sons, Ryan and Eli. They are active members of Summerville Baptist Church where they enjoy serving in various ministries.

Dr. Clark attended Anderson University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in biology and graduated Magna Cum Laude. After undergraduate, Dr. Clark attended the Medical University of South Carolina, where she earned a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Science with an emphasis in Physical Therapy in 2004. She continued her education at Temple University, earning the degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2009. Dr. Clark has been practicing as a Physical Therapist for over 18 years and continues to practice primarily in the geriatric and home care settings. She is a certified LSVT BIG clinician focusing on clients with Parkinson’s Disease and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP).

Dr. Clark is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. She was a presenter at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 2017 with research titled “The Effect of the LSVT Big Program on a Client with Supranuclear Palsy.”

Your Purpose. Our Mission.

Joining the CSU family was truly an answer to prayer and has been a perfect fit for me. After being on the front lines of patient care through the COVID-19 pandemic, I felt the call for a change. Being at CSU, I am able to share my years of experience in patient care with students in a Christian environment. The students here are amazing and I love building relationships with them and helping them learn. As my colleagues often hear me say, "I'm just happy to be here!"

Torie Clark

Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 2017 with research titled “The Effect of the LSVT Big Program on a Client with Supranuclear Palsy.”

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