About Dr. Clark Brill

brill_c_revDr. Brill is a long time resident of the Columbia area. After graduating from medical school, Dr. Brill was the U.S. naval medical officer assigned to the Second Marines Camp Lejeune. After completing his residency at UCLA/Cedars-Sinai/VA, he worked at both the Bethesda Naval Hospital and in the Orthopedic Department of the Columbia Medical Plan. In 1998, he and Dr. John P. Collins opened their practice, Maryland Spine and Sports Medicine, P.C.

Dr. Brill is proud to serve his community and has made it a priority to contribute his free time through a number of different volunteer activities including, Maryland Special Olympics, Maryland Senior Olympics, Marine Corps Marathon, Columbia Triathlon, as well as numerous talks on medical topics to different community groups. Dr. Brill has special interest in sports medicine, playing both organized and disorganized sports, as well as coaching youth sports. Dr. Brill also enjoys and has served on multiple mission trips to Haiti and Central & South America.

Education

High School: Cardinal Gibbons, Graduate 1972
Undergraduate: University of Maryland, Graduate B.A. Mathematics 1975
Graduate: University of Maryland, Mathematics 1976
John Hopkins University, Mathematics 1977
Medical School: University of Maryland, Graduate M.D. 1982

Graduate Medical Training

Internship: VA Wadsworth Los Angeles, California
Residency: UCLA/Cedars-Sinai/VA combined residency in Rehabilitation Medicine
Board Certification: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1988
Electro diagnostic Medicine 1989

Hospital Affiliations

Howard County General Hospital
St. Agnes Hospital
Kernan’s Hospital

Organizational Membership

American Medical Association
American Association of Electromyography and Electro diagnosis
American Academy of Pain Management
International Spinal Injection Society
American College of Sports Medicine
National Strength and Conditioning Association