Stacey, a former athlete in gymnastics, tennis, track and softball, enjoys treating all orthopedic injuries, and has a special interest in treating shoulder and knee injuries.
Stacey Stark graduated from Springfield College in 2003 with a Bachelors of Science degree. She then received her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in 2004 from Springfield. She went on to receive her DPT degree in 2007 from Temple University. Stacey, a former athlete in gymnastics, tennis, track and softball, enjoys treating all orthopedic injuries, and has a special interest in treating shoulder and knee injuries. She lives in Southeastern Connecticut with her husband and two kids.
Working with us
At your first rehabilitation evaluation, your therapist will assess your movement quality, pain levels, and lifestyle needs to get started on your orthopedic recovery.
Depending on your unique lifestyle factors and movement needs, your therapist will help you break down the recovery journey into attainable milestones to reach your long-term movement goals.
Your therapist will customize your home exercise program, guide you through rehab exercises, administer pain-relieving therapies, and be your ultimate resource to track and support your progress.
We Aid Patients With All Injuries
Whether it’s a minor or major pain that’s limited your ability to move well, our team of expert orthopedic specialists is the starting point and solution for all your orthopedic needs.
our team of experts are here for you
Our Physical and Occupational therapists communicate with our Fellowship-Trained Surgeons and Orthopedic PAs daily to improve patient care and outcomes. This regular communication between our surgical and rehabilitation teams helps all our providers stay current with the latest research and best practices to optimize your recovery.