Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Dr. Terry Clarke draws on a notable background in research and applied medical practice for his work as Associate Doctor with Keystone Podiatric Medical Associates. Board certified as a surgeon for foot and ankle operations, Dr. Clarke has practiced with the group since completing his residency with the Crozer-Keystone Health Program of nearby Upland, Pennsylvania, in 2009. In addition to his duties at the Keystone offices, Dr. Terry Clarke maintains medical privileges at the Surgery Centers for Gettysburg, Susquehanna Valley, Hershey, and Grandview Hospitals. He also serves as the Attending Surgeon for the Podiatric Residency Program at Pinnacle Health.
Dr. Clarke has several areas of expertise within the field of podiatry. During his time as a Chief Resident in the Podiatric Surgery department at Crozer-Keystone, he performed surgical reconstruction on patients who had sustained trauma to both the rearfoot and forefoot regions. He also treated patients with major wounds and extensive limb damage. Before completing his residency, Dr. Clarke earned a fellowship position at the Rubin Institute, studying advanced orthopedic techniques under the tutelage of Dr. Dror Paley, who has pioneered new methods for correcting deformities.
An Honors Graduate of Philadelphia’s Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Terry Clarke maintained a well-rounded extracurricular schedule as a student. Before graduating in 2006, he participated in the Surgery Club and Wound Care Club in addition to his membership in the Pi Delta National Honor Society. As an undergraduate at the University of Florida, Dr. Terry Clarke supplemented his studies in human nutrition with several research assistant positions in the school’s Aquatics Food Laboratory. He also spent several years during this time shadowing a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in preparation for his future degree. Today Dr. Terry Clarke augments his professional training through membership in several professional organizations, including the state and national Podiatric Medical Associations and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.