Corey T. Clyde, M.D.
Corey T. Clyde, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon with subspecialty fellowship training in hand and upper extremity surgery. He provides comprehensive treatment for various conditions affecting the hand, wrist, and elbow in both adults and children. Dr. Clyde has a special interest in nerve injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, complex fracture care, wrist arthroscopy, and microsurgery.
Dr. Clyde received his medical degree from Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the University at Buffalo, followed by a fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at the University of Pennsylvania.
Often seeing patients with debilitating conditions, Dr. Clyde and his team strive to provide patient-centered care through shared decision-making to improve their quality of life and help return patients to their desired activities. Dr. Clyde is committed to providing evidence-based care while staying up-to-date with new techniques and cutting-edge technologies.
Outside of his clinical practice, Dr. Clyde enjoys spending time with his wife and twin sons. He also enjoys taking his Goldendoodle to dog parks, reading, golfing, cycling, following Formula 1 racing, and watching various college sports.
- Fractures & Sprains
- Sports Medicine
- Undergraduate Education: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
- Medical School: Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
- Residency: University at Buffalo, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Buffalo, NY
- Fellowship: University of Pennsylvania, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Philadelphia, PA
- License: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS), Board Eligible
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand, Fellow and Resident Candidate Member
- American Orthopaedic Association, Rosemont, IL Fellow and Resident Candidate Member
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rosemont, IL Fellow and Resident Member
- American Medical Association, Chicago, IL Member
- Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster, Ltd.
- Clyde CT, Throckmorton TW, Duquin TR. Subscapularis Peel in Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Arthroplasty 2:1-6, 2018.
- Marzo JM, Kluczynski MA, Clyde CT, Anders MJ, Mutty CE, Ritter CA. Weight bearing cone beam CT scan versus gravity stress radiography analysis of supination external rotation injuries of the ankle. Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery 7(6):678-684, 2017. PubMed PMID: 29312872.
- Zmistowski BM, Clyde CT, Ghanem ES, Gotoff JR, Deirmengian CA, Parvizi J. Utility of Synovial White Cell Count and Differential Before Reimplantation Surgery. Journal of Arthroplasty 32(9):2820-2824, 2017. PubMed PMID: 28479056.
- Padegimas EM, Zmistowski BM, Clyde CT, Restrepo C, Abboud JA, Lazarus MD, Ramsey ML, Williams GR, Namdari S. Length of stay after shoulder arthroplasty-the effect of an orthopedic specialty hospital. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 25(9):1404-1411, 2016. (Featured in AAOS Headline News Now, April 6, 2016). PubMed PMID: 27052271.
- Padegimas EM, Clyde CT, Zmistowski BM, Restrepo C, Williams GR, Namdari S. Risk factors for blood transfusion after shoulder arthroplasty. The Bone & Joint Journal 98-B (2):224-8, 2016. PubMed PMID: 26850428.
- Gutowski CJ, Zmistowski BM, Clyde CT, Parvizi J. The economics of using prophylactic antibiotic-loaded bone cement in total knee replacement. The Bone & Joint Journal 96-B (1):65-9, 2014. PubMed PMID: 24395313.
- Clyde CT, Goyal N, Matar WY, Witmer D, Restrepo C, Hozak WJ. Workers’ Compensation Patients after Total Joint Arthroplasty: Do They Return to Work? Journal of Arthroplasty 28(6):883-7, 2013. PubMed PMID: 23583541.
- Radcliff KE, Koyonos L, Clyde CT, Sidhu GS, Fickes M, Hilibrand AS, Albert TJ, Vaccaro AR, Rihn JA. What is the Incidence of Dysphagia after Posterior Cervical Surgery? Spine 38(13):1082-8, 2013. PubMed PMID: 23354105.
- Clyde CT, Duquin TR. “ Chapter 24: Coronoid Fractures.” Orthopaedic Surgery Clerkship: A Quick Reference Guide for Senior Medical Students. Eltorai AE, Eberson CP, Daniels AH. Providence: Springer, 2017. 105-108. Print.
- Clyde CT, Brown SA. “Chapter 6: Management of Preoperative Medications.” Rothman Institute Manual of Total Joint Arthroplasty Protocol-Based Care. First Edition. Parvizi J. Philadelphia: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2017. 37-47. Print.
- Clyde CT, Parvizi J. “Chapter 31: Skin Preparation.” Rothman Institute Manual of Total Joint Arthroplasty Protocol-Based Care. First Edition. Parvizi J. Philadelphia: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2017. 203-208. Print.
- Clyde CT, Good RP. “Chapter 86: Restarting Medications.” Rothman Institute Manual of Total Joint Arthroplasty Protocol-Based Care. First Edition. Parvizi J. Philadelphia: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2017. 523-530. Print.
- I had my left shoulder worked on and the surgery was very successful. I do not have any limitations or pain now. I would use this group again for any orthopedic issue I may have in the future, because they CARE about your success.
- I could not have asked for better service, promptness and satisfaction with the treatment ordered. Thank you very much!
- Every time I’ve used of Orthopedic Associates I’ve been very pleased with the service I receive. From the receptionist, nurses, doctors and therapists, everything is professional and very sympathetic to the discomfort that you happen to be in so I gave them five stars!
- Despite having to visit Urgent Care, I was most impressed with the quality of service, professionalism and utmost dedication to giving expert advice and treatment by all the staff.
- I was seen by Dr. Luchetti and he was great! It was easy to make a timely appointment and his tech was fun to chat with while I had the injection in my thumb! Loved the office at Spooky Nook. There was allot of parking and the office was marked well and made finding it easy! I would refer anyone there!