A native of Florida, Dr. Terry Clarke serves the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, region as an Associate Doctor at Keystone Podiatric Medical Associates. As a board-certified podiatrist in the State of Pennsylvania, Dr. Terry Clarke is trained in diagnosing injuries of the foot and ankle, in addition to treating deformities and other disorders of the limb.
Beginning an impressive list of academic achievements at Florida’s Chipola College in Marianna, Dr. Terry Clarke completed an Associate of Art degree in Nutrition. After earning his degree, Dr. Terry Clarke was a research assistant for the Aquatics Food Lab in Gainesville, Florida, studying how to control contaminants of the shellfish population and medium preparation and implementation. During his time as a Research Assistant for the FSHN Department in Gainesville, he studied folate metabolism in women homozygous for C677T Mutation, as well as supervising the diet and medication of test subjects. Dr. Terry Clarke also assumed responsibility of dietary and supplemental folate preparation.
Dr. Terry Clarke has belonged to both the Wound Care Club and the Surgery Club, exchanging valuable information and lending support to fellow students during rigorous surgical training. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Nutrition at the University of Florida, Dr. Terry Clarke completed his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia, graduating with honors. Serving Crozer-Keystone Health System in Upland, Pennsylvania, as its Chief Resident, he completed his residency in foot and ankle surgery.
In his personal time, Dr. Terry Clarke enjoys boating on the Susquehanna River, freshwater fishing, and hiking the Appalachian Trail. To keep fit for his outdoor activities, he exercises by running and weight lifting. Dr. Terry Clarke enjoyed the book Into the Wild about Christopher McCandless' wilderness trek, written by Jon Krakauer. Also a fan of James Lawrence Powell, he enjoyed the book Night Comes to the Cretaceous: Comets, Craters, Controversy, and the Last Days of the Dinosaurs.