About A. Martin Clark Jr., MD

Education

Undergraduate
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts BA, Biology, Cum Laude 1989-1993
Medical
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York 1996-2000
Residency
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York Orthopedic Surgery 2000-2005
Fellowship
Steadman Hawkins Clinic, Vail, Colorado Fellowship in Knee, Shoulder and Hip Surgery & Sports Medicine 2005-2006

Hospital/academic affiliations

Hospital
  • Canton-Potsdam Hospital | Potsdam, New York
  • Sharon Hospital | Sharon, CT

Society memberships

Squash Athlete

Dr. Clark is a former collegiate and professional squash player. He earned Ivy League Athlete of the Year and Ivy League Academic Athlete of the Year before pursuing a professional squash career from 1993 to 2000. A four-time US National Champion, he medaled in the Pan American Games, earning silver and bronze medals in 1995.

Past and Present Athletic Affiliations

Denver Broncos, Vail Ski Club, US Mens and Womens Olympic Ski teams, Colorado Rockies, NY Yankee Stadium, Safeway International LPGA Tournament, Texas Rangers Spring Training Camp, Coco-Cola Future Stars US Tennis Association Tournament, Arizona Sting Lacrosse Team, Arizona Fall League Baseball, Numerous high school sports teams, Columbia University Athletic Program, Volunteer Coach for St. Lawrence University Squash Team, St. Lawrence University Athletic Program

Office Phone: 860-364-4532 Office Fax: 860-364-4489

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