Dr Nicholas Clark
PhD, MSc, MCSP, MMACP, CSCS.
As a Knee Consultant Physiotherapist with more than 19 years of clinical experience, Nick has practiced in London teaching hospitals, at Saracens Rugby Union Football Club, with the British Army Infantry and Parachute Regiments, and in private practice. Prior to Physiotherapy, he qualified as a Gym Instructor and then PE teacher.
Later, in 2000, Nick also qualified as one of the first US. NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists in the UK. In 2001, Nick published one of the first in-depth review articles on knee return-to-sport testing in the internationally-recognized journal Physical Therapy in Sport. Nick’s past teaching roles have included being a Visiting Lecturer and External Examiner to the MSc Manual Therapy and MSc Sports Physiotherapy degrees at University College London and King’s College London, being contracted to teach Exercise Rehabilitation Instructors and Physiotherapists for the Ministry of Defence, and teaching on sports medicine Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the United States.
Currently, Nick’s main role involves being a Senior Lecturer and Researcher at a London university where he also leads the Knee Injury Control and Clinical Advancement (KICCA) Research Group. Other current roles include being a Knee Consultant Physiotherapist in a London private practice, and serving as a Manuscript Reviewer for scientific journals including The Knee, Physical Therapy in Sport, and Musculoskeletal Science and Practice.LINKEDIN