James T. Clancy, D.P.M.
Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgery
The latest in arthroscopic ankle stabilization surgery
Dr. James Clancy is Board Certified by the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery. While working as a member of PGA of America, Dr. Clancy 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 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He has been trained on the latest advances in nerve repair by one of the world’s 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 since 1999 and is the co-director of the Podiatric Surgical Residency Program.
Dr. Clancy is also a golf medicine expert with a comprehensive understanding of the game. He is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute, which is the world’s leading educational organization and research facility dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing.