Mary Clark Hauser MPT
Physical Therapist

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Mary Clark graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sports Science from UNC Chapel Hill in 2004. Following college, she served as an intern at Dolphin Human Therapy, a facility that performed dolphin-assisted therapy for children and adults with a variety of diagnoses. Mary Clark loved her time with the dolphins and the children but was especially impressed with the achievements the children with Autism made using the specific approach of therapy called Applied Behavior Analysis.   Following her internship, she spent the next several years training and practicing in Applied Behavior Analysis therapy. 

       In 2007 she and her husband moved to Winston-Salem, where she attended and received her Masters of Physical Therapy from Winston-Salem State University in 2009.  Following graduating, she worked in a variety of settings, including home care for children and outpatient assisted living and nursing care for adults. Mary Clark started working for Propel Pediatric Therapy in January of 2015, following the loss of her still-born daughter Sadie.  Sadie was diagnosed prenatally with a fatal genetic disorder but was loved and carried until she was 37 weeks gestationally. Walking through this grief with her husband, she knew she was being called to serve not only the children that she had always loved working with but the mom and dads who were caring for them.       

 Mary Clark’s primary experience is working within the early intervention home setting, but she has experience working in the clinic as well as aquatic settings. She really enjoys the home setting because she loves being able to build relationships with the children and their families, and witnessing such great progress when the whole family is involved in the therapy process.  

Mary Clark lives in Bethania, NC, with her husband and three children. In her free time, she enjoys playing and reading with her children, and attending and serving at her church. 

       Mary Clark graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sports Science from UNC Chapel Hill in 2004. Following college, she served as an intern at Dolphin Human Therapy, a facility that performed dolphin-assisted therapy for children and adults with a variety of diagnoses. Mary Clark loved her time with the dolphins and the children but was especially impressed with the achievements the children with Autism made using the specific approach of therapy called Applied Behavior Analysis.   Following her internship, she spent the next several years training and practicing in Applied Behavior Analysis therapy.