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Foot and ankle surgeon Terry H. Clarke began his higher education career at Chipola College, a member of the Florida College System, and earned an associate degree in Nutrition. He continued his studies at the University of Florida, receiving a B.S. in Human Nutrition from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Terry H. Clarke began his dedicated study of podiatry in 2002 at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Graduating with honors in 2006, he served as Chief Resident with the Crozer-Keystone Health System in Upland, Pennsylvania, for the next three years. His areas of focus included surgeries of the foot and ankle, salvaging limbs, wound care, and correcting advanced deformities through external fixators. In addition, Terry H. Clarke took basic and advanced AO orthopedic training during his final year of residency. Terry H. Clarke has served as Associate Doctor with Keystone Podiatric Medical Associates since 2009, undertaking care of heel and arch pain, tendon injuries, and foot and ankle sprains and fractures. Like all of his co-workers, Dr. Terry H. Clarke commits one-on-one time with each patient, educating each individual on the specifics of foot conditions and treatments. He ensures that each patient knows exactly what to expect during and after a surgical procedure. Dr. Terry H. Clarke holds membership with a number of organizations in his field, including the American Podiatric Medical Association, Inc.; the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS); and the Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association. A firm believer in the value of community service, Terry H. Clarke volunteers directly with homeless shelters in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, area. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities, such as hiking in the Appalachian Mountains, freshwater fishing, and boating on the Susquehanna River.

Work experience

2009Present

Associate Doctor

Keystone Podiatric Medical Association

Education

20022006

MD

Temple University Medical School