Timothy Stark recently moved back to the United States after assisting Murdoch University in Western Australia in implementing a new School of Chiropractic and Sports Science. Here, Dr. Stark drafted and instructed the physical rehabilitation course as well as courses in clinical orthopedics, clinical neurology, physiotherapeutics and applied clinical nutrition. He also served as chair of post-graduate programs including the Masters of Sports Science.
His recent publications are on the topics of physical rehabilitation and strength and conditioning. His current research efforts are directed towards human performance and rehabilitation, soft-tissue injury management, and establishing a standard progressive process for implementing and teaching physical rehabilitation.
In addition to his full-time faculty position at National University of Health Sciences' Florida campus, Dr. Stark coordinates post-graduate educational programs for Northwestern Health Science University in chiropractic sports medicine and physical rehabilitation. He is also the Chair of the Education Commission for the Federation of International Sports Chiropractic (FICS).
Dr. Stark is a clinical instructor for Graston Technique and Rocktape. He also serves as a medical advisor for Rocktape.
Dr. Stark is currently the Chair of the Department of Clinical Sciences - Florida Campus at National University.