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   MEET THE DOCTORS 

    Jeremy Cook, D.P.M.

Education and medical training

·         Sports Medicine Fellowship        Seal Beach/Alamitos Podiatry          2012-2013
·         Under Director Douglas H. Richie Jr. DPM

·         Podiatry Resident PGY-III          Forest Hills Hospital                          2011 – 2012
·         North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System –  with focused rotations on Orthopaedic surgery, Infectious disease, wound care, and
          diabetic foot salvage along with forefoot and rear foot reconstructive surgery.

·         Podiatry Resident PGY-II                       DVA – New York Harbor System     2010 – 2011
·         Manhattan and Brooklyn VA – Chief Resident – achieving PM&S -24 certificate
·         Desert Foot and Ankle - Mesa, AZ – focused month long rotation in rear foot, forefoot, and ankle reconstruction and trauma.
·         Gramercy Surgery Center – provide preoperative history and physical along with assisting podiatric surgeons with forefoot and rear
          foot surgery.

·         Podiatry Resident PGY- I                        Massachusetts General Hospital     2009 – 2010
·         Monthly rotations in the following specialties: Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Rheumatology,
          Dermatology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Behavioral Medicine, Physical Therapy, Pathology, Endocrinology, Biomechanics with
          time being spent at the private offices of Howard Dannanberg DPM, and Frank Santopietro, DPM.

·         DPM          Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine         2005 - 2009

·         MEd – Kinesiology          University of Maine – Orono, ME                2001 - 2003

·         BS - Kinesiology               University of Maine – Orono, ME                1996 - 2001
·
         Magna Cum Laude

 

Employment
 

·         Assistant Athletic Trainer                       University of Maine                           2004 - 2005
·         Division I – Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field

·         Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer      University of Maine               2003 – 2004
·
         Division I – Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track & Field

·         Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training Program          University of Maine   2003
·
         Assist Program director in preparation for accreditation along with assisting with education laboratories and testing.

 

professional society memberships

·         American Podiatric Medical Association                                   2009 – Present

·         American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons                         2005 – Present

·         American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine 2009- Present

·         National Athletic Trainers’ Association                                     2002 – Present

·         American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine                        2011 – Present

 

Research opportunities

·         Student Fellow     Center of Lower Extremity Ambulatory Research (CLEAR)
     Summer Research Fellowship Program                 2006
     “Use of Injectable Poly-L-Lactic Acid to Mitigate Pressure and Risk for Ulceration in the High Risk Diabetic Foot.” Ongoing study

PUBLICATIONS

·         Author of Article - “Rehabilitation of Foot Injuries”.  Handbook of Podiatric Sports Medicine 3rd Edition.  2005:  343 – 350.

  
  
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