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Dr. Tyler Clark was born and raised in Bedford, New Hampshire.  After completing his undergraduate degree at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois he matriculated at Loyola University, Stritch School of Medicine in 2007. While at Loyola, he was able to volunteer at multiple different free health clinics in the Chicagoland area as well as complete an honorary degree in bioethics and professionalism.  After graduating from medical school in 2011, he moved to Oregon where he completed his internship in medicine and subsequently his neurology residency at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and the Portland VA Medical Center (PVAMC).  After graduating from residency in 2015, he pursued a subspecialty fellowship in movement disorders at OHSU and the PVAMC which he completed in 2017.  While in his fellowship, Dr. Clark was also able to teach medical students, attend conferences where he presented his research and continue volunteering at local organizations.  After his fellowship, Dr. Clark moved to Seattle, Washington where worked as a movement disorder specialist and general neurologist at the Everett Clinic in Everett, Washington.
After living and working in the Seattle area for 3.5 years, Dr. Clark and his family decided that they wanted to move back to Oregon and he joined Bend Neurological Associates in July of 2021.
In addition to providing general neurological care for all neurological conditions, Dr. Clark is also trained as a movement disorder specialist, meaning that he is a board-certified general neurologist with additional training in  Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.  In addition to providing patients with general neurological care, he offers subspecialty treatment for patients with complex movement disorders and patients who require Botox for management of conditions such as dystonia/torticollis, spasticity, migraine headaches and blepharospasm. He also provides care for patients who are either interested in or have undergone deep brain stimulation for conditions including dystonia, tremor or Parkinson's disease.
In his spare time, Dr. Clark enjoys riding his mountain bike, backcountry skiing, cooking and spending time with his family.

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