Dr. Clancy has been practicing in South Florida since 1988. He has developed one of the finest reputations in Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery in the nation.
While working as a member of The Professional Golfers Association of America, he graduated with honors from St. Thomas of Villanova University.
He earned his podiatric medical degree from Temple University, and completed his residency in foot and ankle surgery from The Maryland Podiatric Surgical Residency Program and Johns Hopkins Hospitals. He was awarded the William J. Stickel Award for research in his second year of postgraduate training, and has since published numerous papers, and lectured on Foot and Ankle Surgery through out the country.
He has been trained on the latest advances in nerve repair by one of the worlds most renowned surgeons at Johns Hopkins, and was one of the few Podiatric Surgeons to be trained on the newest FDA approved Total Ankle Joint replacement. He has been the Chief of Podiatric Surgery at JFK Medical Center for the last 13 years and is the co-director of the Podiatric Surgical Residency Program.
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