Christopher Clock, PT, DPT, OCS
- Assistant Professor
- Physical Therapy
After graduating from Boston University, Christopher started his clinical career at a community hospital working in the inpatient, sub-acute rehabilitation, and outpatient wings of the hospital. He developed a passion for outpatient orthopedics and has spent the majority of his 20-year clinical career working in an outpatient physical therapy setting. His career has included time in San Diego, Seattle, and Boston.
His academic pursuits began as he worked as a lab instructor in 2009 at the University of Washington in their physical therapy program. Since returning to the northeast in 2011, he has been involved at MGH Institute of Health Professions as a teaching assistant, clinical instructor, adjunct clinical faculty, and since the fall of 2016 as an Instructor.
He has furthered his education along the way with a variety of continuing education coursework, a Transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the IHP in 2014 and successfully achieving board certification in orthopedic physical therapy in 2015.
He is currently enjoying splitting his time between clinical practice at a private practice in Kenmore Square in Boston and teaching here at the IHP.