Mr Clark studied medicine at University College London where he also attained a degree in Anatomy. His specialist training in Otolaryngology was in Oxford, followed by a year’s fellowship in Otology & Neurotology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Mr Clark is widely published within his field and acts both as a peer reviewer for key journals in this topic as well as being a member of the expert panel for ENT-UK, the national association for this branch of surgery. He is the Specialty tutor and departmental lead for training at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. He contributes to National Otology audits and teaches on ear surgery courses both in the UK and as a volunteer in Uganda, Nepal and Cambodia.
Whilst Mr Clark practices general ENT treating a wide range of conditions in all age groups, his specialist interest is in Otology and the treatment of medical and surgical conditions of the ear. His use of laser-assisted surgery helps to preserve hearing in those conditions where disease surrounds the bones of hearing. He is also developing minimally invasive techniques for ear surgery to achieve successful operations with minimal discomfort for patients. Mr Clark prides himself on being able to explain complex medical problems and on providing appropriate treatments with realistic goals.