Timothy Stark, DC, DACBSP, ICSSD, CSCS is currently the coordinator for Northwestern Health Sciences University’s sports injuries DVD series and post-graduate Physical Rehabilitation programs. He graduated from North Dakota State University with a bachelor’s of science degree in corporate and community fitness, with a minor in biology.
Then he graduated as a doctor of chiropractic and continued on to complete his residency/fellowship in sports chiropractic and rehabilitation at Northwestern College of Chiropractic. After his residency, Dr. Stark started a practice in West Fargo in 1998. He sold his practice in 2004 and ventured to Perth, Australia to assist Murdoch University with the development of a new Chiropractic program. While at Murdoch University he also instructed programs including Physical Rehabilatation, Physiotherapeutics, Clinical Neurology, Clinical Orthopedics, and Applied Clinical Nutrition. He also started his Phd research addressing subclinical indicators that may predispose an athlete to injury.
He was invited to attend the All African Games in South Africa in 1991 and in 2000 was selected by the International Sports Chiropractic Federation to participate as a sports chiropractic physician for the Atlanta, Sydney, and Salt Lake City Olympic Games. He also participated as a sports chiropractor at the 2005 (Duisburg, Germany) World Games. Dr. Stark is a sports medicine consultant for USA Volleyball men and women’s teams.