Dr. Emily Cook has expertise in the treatment of repetitive stress injuries and correction of conditions such as heel pain, bunions, and hammertoes. She uses cutting edge techniques to correct complex flatfoot deformities and sports induced injuries. Dr. Emily Cook understands the demands of the professional woman and how to incorporate patient goals with pain relief. She learned the true importance of patient values while she earned her Master of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. Her degree in Clinical Effectiveness emphasized the inclusion of patient ideals with superior therapy in decision making to achieve the best clinical outcomes. A supportive and comfortable shoe doesn’t have to compromise your professional appearance. Careful evaluation of your foot’s biomechanics can aid in selecting the right shoe or surgical treatment for you. She believes that aesthetics and function shouldn’t be at odds when it comes to your feet. Dr. Cook offers her patients the hands of a surgeon, but with a woman’s touch.
Dr. Emily Cook is currently an attending podiatric surgeon and director of resident training at the Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a board member for the Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Association. Dr. Emily Cook has held an appointment as a Clinical Instructor in Surgery at Harvard Medical School since 2007.
Dr. Emily Cook excels in the management of sports medicine pathology utilizing surgical and non-surgical methods. She employs a carefully constructed protocol of care tailored to the individual’s needs. Her surgical expertise includes flatfoot correction and digital deformities including bunions and hammertoes. Dr. Cook’s proficiency in a vast array of techniques has enabled her to assume the position of director of resident education, training future generations of podiatric surgeons. She is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. She is also board certified in Public Health by the American Public Health Association. She has been interview by national media outlets and magazines related to woman’s health. Within professional circles Dr. Cook has gained a national reputation for expertise in clinical research in foot and ankle care. Her presentations have covered a vast array of topics from Achilles tendon repair to runner’s health.
Dr. Emily Cook obtained her doctorate from the California College of Podiatric Medicine. Her post-graduate education spanned a five year period that included residency and fellowship training. Her residency training occurred at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Upon completion, she pursued specialized training in complex deformity correction through the Harvard Podiatric Reconstruction and Research Fellowship at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Joslin Diabetes Center, both affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Throughout this time she attended countless seminars and conferences on cutting edge and emerging techniques. Dr. Emily Cook has obtained advanced training in complex deformity management and traumatic care throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Dr. Emily Cook believes that clinical research is an important resource for the advancement of clinical care. She is a leader in evidence based medicine within the specialty of podiatry. Her research interests include methods to reduce post-operative pain and disability. She is well published in several peer-reviewed journals and has contributed to multiple book chapters on topics such as quality care and elective foot surgery. Dr. Cook constantly expands her knowledge base to ensure that patients receive the best care possible.
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