Jensine’ Clark, MD, subspecializes in pediatric rehabilitation medicine and spasticity management. She enjoys helping patients and families tackle transition issues that include regaining independence and social integration within their communities. Specializing in spasticity management also allows her to help patients maintain and increase function in their daily lives. Her training in both physical medicine and rehabilitation and pediatric rehabilitation allows her the opportunity to see patients across their lifespan.
Dr. Clark has been involved in patient-centered research for patients with disabilities and was awarded the Baylor Center of Excellence in Health Equity, Training and Research Summer Research Summit Award. This opportunity allowed her to work with other minority researchers in a challenging yet supportive environment.
Outside of her clinical schedule, her current research interests include assessing and developing best practices for patients who are transitioning from the pediatric to adult healthcare setting, as well as interested in improving health equity and outcomes for patients with disabilities.
When she isn’t working, Dr. Clark enjoys being creative by making craft projects, sewing and scrapbooking. She also enjoys traveling and cooking with her husband by trying new foods and visiting new places.