Dr. Greg Cook graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 2006 and completed a three-year surgical residency in Kingston, New York in 2009. During his residency, he received extensive training in foot and ankle trauma, fracture care, reconstructive surgeries, ankle arthroscopy, and ligament repair. He also served as Chief Resident during his final year of residency. Dr. Cook is well-versed in evaluation and treatment of a broad spectrum of foot and ankle disorders, such as plantar fasciitis, ankle instability, bunions or ingrown nails. He has been practicing at Cook Foot & Ankle Specialists in Logan and Brigham City since completion of his residency.
Dr. Cook was born and raised in Cache Valley and is grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the communities in Cache Valley and in Box Elder County. He is proud to carry on the legacy started by his father, Dr. W. Bryce Cook, more than 35 years ago. Having been a collegiate athlete himself, Dr. Cook understands sports injuries from the patient's standpoint and enjoys participating in the rehabilitative care of all types of athletes, from ballet dancers to football players. He enjoys playing basketball, coaching his kids' basketball and football teams, skiing, and spending time with his wife, Kim, and their five children.
Active Practice: Cook Foot & Ankle Specialists Logan, UT
Benedictine Podiatry Residency Program PM&S-36
PGY-3 Chief Resident, 6 Months
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
Degree - Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM)
Brigham Young University
American Podiatric Medical Association
Utah Podiatric Medical Association
Associate Member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Board Qualified - American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Passed NBPME National boards Part I and II
Passed PMLexis State Licensing Exam Part III
Active Utah State License
Active Utah Controlled Substance