About Terry Clarke
Possessing nearly a decade of medical experience, Terry Clarke, DPM, has focused his career on podiatry. A member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Dr. Clarke holds board certification in foot and ankle surgery. Currently based out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he provides his services to Keystone Podiatric Medical Associates, PC. As an Associate Doctor, Terry Clarke works within this medical network that manages several facilities throughout the state.
Originally from northwest Florida, Terry Clarke began his medical training as a student at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. He was involved with the school's Surgery Club and Wound Care Club, and he aided a private podiatric practice as part of a work-study program. Graduating with honors, Dr. Clarke was inducted into the Pi Delta National Honor Society.
After acquiring his degree, Terry Clarke, DPM, enrolled in the Crozer-Keystone Health System Podiatric Medicine & Surgery 36 Month Program. As Chief Resident, he assisted with foot and ankle surgery, forefoot and rearfoot trauma, wound care, and limb salvage. In his final year, he completed basic and advanced orthopedic training. During this time, he also obtained a two-month fellowship with the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics and studied advanced deformity correction with external fixators.
Outside of his work at Keystone, Terry Clarke offers his medical expertise and skills on a volunteer basis by performing free foot screenings at running events. In his spare time he relaxes with boating, hiking, freshwater fishing, and weight lifting.