An experienced health care professional in the Washington, D.C., area, James Clarke, PT, maintains a physical therapy practice with offices in Rockville, Damascus, and Kensington, Maryland. He has extensive experience in hand rehabilitation and also offers a full spectrum of care for injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament, rotator cuff, shoulder, and knee. Emphasizing a personalized approach to patient treatment, James Clarke, PT, often works with patients to improve their coordination and balance, which reduces the risk of falls.
James Clarke, PT, holds a bachelor of science in physical therapy from Howard University, and completed advanced training at the Raymond Curtis Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital. Throughout his career, he has pursued continuing education through conferences and presentations such as “The Aging Lumbar Spine: Treating Low Back Pain in Patients Over Fifty.”
Outside of his physical therapy practice, James Clarke, PT, has maintained a sustained commitment to community volunteer work. In 2005, the John Carroll Society recognized his efforts to assist people who are unable to afford treatment with its Pro Bono Health Care award.