Mary Wallace-Clark, DC

Chiropractor located in Manchester, NH

About Dr. Wallace-Clark

Dr. Clark graduated from Rivier College with a B.S. in Biology and continued her studies at the University of Bridgeport where she received her Doctorate as a Chiropractic Physician. She’s currently completing her certification to become a licensed acupuncturist and is a Certified Medical Examiner that is qualified to perform DOT physicals.

Dr. Clark has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with several professional sports teams and MMA athletes.  Dr. Clark also teaches at a local massage therapy school and performs many musculoskeletal techniques including cupping, kinesiotaping, Graston, and trigger point therapy.  She also uses an Activator for some patients, which offices a gentle approach to chiropractic adjusting.  

Dr. Clark not only adjusts the spine, but all extremities as well.  Rotator cuff injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee pain, plantar fasciitis are all common conditions she regularly treats. She believes that maintaining function and integrity of the musculoskeletal system involves an evidence based multi-system approach, which can help patients maintain a pain free and healthy lifestyle.

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Dr. Clark graduated from Rivier College with a B.S. in Biology and continued her studies at the University of Bridgeport where she received her Doctorate as a Chiropractic Physician. She’s currently completing her certification to become a licensed acupuncturist and is a Certified Medical Examiner that is qualified to perform DOT physicals.

Dr. Clark has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with several professional sports teams and MMA athletes.  Dr. Clark also teaches at a local massage therapy school and performs many musculoskeletal techniques including cupping, kinesiotaping, Graston, and trigger point therapy.  She also uses an Activator for some patients, which offices a gentle approach to chiropractic adjusting.  

Dr. Clark not only adjusts the spine, but all extremities as well.  Rotator cuff injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee pain, plantar fasciitis are all common conditions she regularly treats. She believes that maintaining function and integrity of the musculoskeletal system involves an evidence based multi-system approach, which can help patients maintain a pain free and healthy lifestyle.


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