About Terry Clarke

Foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Terry Clarke belongs to multiple professional organizations. Dr. Terry Clarke holds memberships with the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), the Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association, and the American Podiatric Medical Association, Inc. For the past two years, Dr. Terry Clarke has practiced medicine as an Associate Doctor at Keystone Podiatric Medical Associates. Patients visit Dr. Terry Clarke and his colleagues for nerve entrapments, foot and ankle ulcers, corns, plantar warts, shin splints, and a number of other foot-related issues. Outside of his medical practice, Dr. Terry Clarke enjoys giving back to his community. Dr. Terry Clarke regularly volunteers at running events, providing free foot screenings for participants. In addition to offering his professional services, Dr. Terry Clarke also lends his time and resources to local shelters for people without homes. Some of the other charitable organizations that Dr. Terry Clarke supports include the Modest Needs Foundation, Action Against Hunger, and the SPCA. Dr. Terry Clarke attended Chipola College and the University of Florida, where he earned an Associate degree in Nutrition and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition respectively. In 2006, Terry Clarke received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. For the next three years, Dr. Terry Clarke served as Chief Resident at Crozer-Keystone Health System in Upland, Pennsylvania. An avid reader, Dr. Terry Clarke enjoys reading. His favorite books include The Last Lecture, Tuesdays with Morrie, Into the Wild, and Night Comes to the Cretaceous. Dr. Terry Clarke maintains an active lifestyle, with hobbies including boating, fishing, running, hiking, and weight lifting.

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