Mark Woolley, DPM, received his bachelor’s degree in zoology and chemistry at Weber State University in Utah. He attended Des Moines University to complete his podiatric degree. He received specialized foot and ankle externship training in Boston at Beth Israel Deaconess with Harvard, at Scripps Mercy in San Diego, and at Legacy/Kaiser in Portland, Oregon. He completed a three-year surgical residency program with Intermountain Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, with extensive training in foot and ankle surgeries.
Shortly after residency, Dr. Woolley published articles on minimally invasive treatment of Morton’s Neuroma and Plantar Fasciitis. He is one of only a handful of surgeons in the nation that is trained on Endoscopic Tarsal Tunnel Decompression. His publications not only include the aforementioned articles but he has written a chapter on minimally invasive foot surgery in Practical Pain Management for the Lower Extremity Surgeon.
Dr. Woolley enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys. Growing up in rural Utah afforded him the opportunity to spend time in the outdoors. He loves to go hiking, backpacking, fishing and bagging peaks as much as time will allow.
Areas of Focus: Lower extremity nerve surgery, minimally invasive surgery, general podiatry and sports medicine.