Dr. Mark Woolley dedicates himself fully to podiatric and orthopedic care, helping patients overcome foot and ankle issues with noninvasive, minimally invasive, and surgical treatment options. His expansive roster of services covers a wide range of conditions, such as nerve pain, pulled tendons, and toenail fungus.
At Wasatch Foot & Ankle Institute, a cadre of foot specialists keeps patients on their toes via a comprehensive approach to medical care. Each doctor draws upon years of experience in their respective fields—which range from ankle reconstruction to non-surgical fungus removal—to focus on individual issues. During many treatments, the staff uses a monitored dose of nitrous oxide to help patients relax, sparing them from having to squeeze a stress ball to milk the drops of nitrous oxide concentrated inside.
With experienced podiatric doctors at the helm, Foot and Ankle Specialists of Utah's purview covers a wide range of foot complaints. The physicians completed their residencies in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, laying a firm foundation beneath their independent areas of expertise and their giant-foot-shaped homes. Dr. Ryan Anderson uses his sports medicine and chronic foot-pain expertise to treat plantar fasciitis, sprains, and shin splints while Dr. Bryan Seagle specializes in the foot conditions that commonly arise in diabetic patients, treating foot ulcers and Charcot foot with custom-molded orthotics. Dr. Jason Campbell and Dr. Colby Frost, meanwhile, specialize in pediatric treatment.
Podiatrist and surgeon Dr. Jason Dickerson has been easing the ailments that hide inside Utah residents' socks for more than 10 years. At the Foot & Ankle Institute he treats everything from sprains and strains to gout, infections, and retractable toenails. Simple routine checkups make sure all is well in the lower appendages, and custom orthotics relieve pain and correct alignment issues.