Karissa Clark, PTA, is a physical therapist assistant at Bone & Joint.

Karissa Clark joined Bone and Joint physical Therapy in 2018 as a physical therapist assistant. She has studied and practiced in the physical therapy field since 2013. She received a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology and pre-physical therapy from Concordia University in 2010 and an associate degree in physical therapy assistant from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in 2013. She continued her education in massage therapy and bodywork at Health Touch School of Massage in Wausau, WI in 2021.

Karissa is skilled in working with all age groups. She targets orthopedic sports injuries, total joint replacements and chronic and acute injuries affecting shoulders, knees, hips, feet and ankles. She works with each patient to restore movement and function and improve their quality of life by combining manual interventions with therapeutic exercise to allow patients to reach their goals.

In her free time, Karissa enjoys being with family and friends. She loves the outdoors (in warm and fair-weather conditions) and living an active lifestyle.