Feb 01, 2021
Interventional Spine & Musculoskeletal Medicine Fellows
Tyler Clark, MD
Dr. Clark is completing a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at University of Texas Health San Antonio, where he is currently serving as Chief Resident. His areas of clinical and research interest include the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic spine and musculoskeletal disorders including disc herniation and degeneration, zygapophyseal joint pain, spinal stenosis, sacroiliac joint pain, large peripheral joint pain, muscle overuse injuries and patient-reported outcomes related to return to function and sport after treatment. He is originally from Spokane, Washington and enjoys spending time with his wife and 5 children, playing sports, mountain biking, learning about wilderness medicine, camping, making Thai food, slalom waterskiing, and snow skiing.
Colton Hickman, DO
Dr. Hickman is completing a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). His clinical interests are focused on the neuromusculoskeletal system through the evaluation and treatment of spine related disorders, diagnostic/procedural ultrasound, and electrodiagnosis. Outside of these clinical interests, he has developed a strong interest in physician lead healthcare administration and is engaged in his department’s Administrative Leadership Track. He also strives to be a strong advocate for physician personal finance and has lead several resident wellness events related to that topic. He is originally from Spanish Fork, Utah and enjoys exploring the outdoors, biking, all sports, horse riding, fishing, hunting, and spending time with his wife and three children.
Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Fellow
Chihyung Kevin Park, MD
Dr. Kevin Park completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Davis. He attended medical school at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia. He is currently completing an Internal Medicine Residency at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. His clinical and research interests include spasticity management, ventilator-dependent patients, SCI adaptive sports technology, caregiver burden, and primary care of SCI patients. Dr. Park is originally from South Korea and immigrated to the San Francisco Bay area when he was a teenager. In his free time, he enjoys watching instastories of animal rescues, listening to history podcasts, traveling extensively, and spending time with his family while adventuring outdoors.
Sports Medicine Fellows
Meredith Ehn, DO, DPT
Dr. Ehn is completing a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Utah, where she formerly served as chief resident. Her clinical interests include management of acute sports related injuries, diagnosis and treatment of complex musculoskeletal injuries in athletes, specifically as they relate to over-use, use of ultrasound in diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, and development of injury prevention strategies to ensure life-long participation in sport. Her research interests are similarly directed at early identification and prevention of over-use injury in cyclists, as well as epidemiology and prevention of acute traumatic injury in cyclists. She is originally from New Jersey and had a fulfilling 9-year career as an orthopedic and sports physical therapist prior to medical school. In her spare time, she can be found mountain bike riding and racing (often with co-resident and future co-fellow, Dr. Eby), road cycling, trail running, and skiing (alpine/nordic/backcountry).
Sarah Eby, MD, PhD
Dr. Eby is completing a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Utah, where she recently served as chief resident. Her areas of clinical and research interest include diagnostic and procedural ultrasound, as well as prediction and prevention of soft tissue injuries. She is originally from Eagle River, Alaska and enjoys mountain biking, skiing, and trying to keep up with her fiancé, Cesar, and their dog, Eska on the trails.