All our professionals at Main Line Foot & Ankle Center maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.

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Michael R. Grossman, D.P.M.

  • Undergraduate Degree:  University of Pennsylvania – B.A. Biological Basis of Behavior
  • Doctorate: William Scholl School of Podiatry – Chicago, IL
  • Residency: Crozer-Chester Medical Center – Chester, PA
  • Preceptorship:  Advanced Wound and Skin Care – Wound Healing Institute – Denver, CO

Board Certified

  • American Board of Podiatric Surgery – Diplomate
  • American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics – Diplomate

Memberships:

  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons – Diplomate
  • American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association
  • American Professional Wound Care Association
  • American Academy of Wound Management
  • American College of Foot &Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine
  • Delaware County Podiatric Medical Association

Hospitals/Medical Centers

  • Lankenau Hospital –  since 1998 – Chief of Podiatry
  • Bryn Mawr Hospital – On staff since 1994
  • Paoli Hospital – On staff since 1994
  • Wound Healing Center at Bryn Mawr Hospital
  • Delaware County Memorial Hospital
  • Team Podiatric Surgeon Philadelphia 76ers

Recent Honors, Awards, Citations

  • Main Line Life: Best of Life
  • Main Line Times: Best of Best

Dr. Michael Grossman was born and raised in the Philadelphia area. He is an avid cyclist and has competed on an international level for many years. In 2009 he traveled to Israel where he was a 2-time medalist in the Maccabi Games. He has been the Philadelphia 76ers team Podiatric physician for 5 years treating all of the athletes’ foot and ankle ailments. He is actively involved academically in the Bryn Mawr Hospital Podiatric Surgical Residency program giving lectures and journal club meetings.

  • Review Dr. Grossman’s curriculum vitae here.

Proper shoe gear for walking and running. Given on the Cynwyd Heritage Trail in October 2013.


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Anthony C. Cook, DPM, MS, AACFAS

1. Hospital Affiliations

  • Lakenau Medical Center
  • Bryn Mawr Hospital
  • Paoli Memorial Hospital
  • Riddle Memorial Hospital
  • Bryn Mawr Hospital Wound Healing Center
  • Paoli Memorial Hospital Wound Healing Center

2. Institutional Affiliations

  • Bryn Mawr Terrace
  • Chester Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Saunders House
  • Sterling Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center
  • Sunrise Assisted Living of Haverford
  • Westgate Hills Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

3. Licensing

  • Pennsylvania, #SC006189, 2010

4. Academic Degrees

  • DPM Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine 2010 Podiatric Medicine
    (Philadelphia, PA)
  • MS Thomas Jefferson University 2006 Cell and Developmental Biology
    (Philadelphia, PA)
  • BS Villanova University 2000 Biology
    (Villanova, PA) (with English Minor)

5. Residency Training
July 2010-June 2013, Bryn Mawr Hospital/Main Line Health System (Bryn Mawr, PA):

36-month surgical training program leading to completion of all requirements for PMSR/RRA (Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency/Rearfoot and Ankle Reconstruction) designation. Served on Graduate Medical Education Committee as at-large member Academic years 2010-11 and 2011-12. Was peer-elected as Vice President for Academic year 2012-13. Served as Chief Resident for Academic year 2012-13.

6. Advanced Surgical Training
AO Foot and Ankle Trauma Surgical Training Course (Part I), March 2012, Dallas, TX
AO Foot and Ankle Trauma Surgical Training Course (Part II), March 2013, New Orleans, LA

7. Work Experience
July 2013-Present: Main Line Foot and Ankle Center, Ardmore, PA

Multidisciplinary practice specializing in all aspects of care of foot and ankle issues including but not limited to diabetic foot evaluation, wound care, biomechanically-based deformities such as bunions/hammertoes/flat feet, sports injuries, traumatic sprains/fractures. Patient care actively ongoing in multiple settings including above noted hospital and wound healing centers, in multiple office settings as well as nursing and rehabilitation centers allowing for a greater degree of care continuity. Practice is also actively involved in the Podiatric Residency Training Program at Main Line Health. As a recent graduate from this training program it is rewarding to assist with ongoing resident training and actively serve as a Core Faculty Member.

May 2007-August 2007: Research Assistant, Gait Study Center, Temple University
School of Podiatric Medicine

Participated in the beginning stages of a pilot study entitled “Dynamic plantar microvascular skin response to compressive loads in at-risk diabetic and healthy control;” this study aims to quantify the interaction between external stress patterns and local tissue perfusion in an effort to determine their collective role in the formation of diabetic foot ulcers. Helped to construct the Automated Laser Doppler and Force Delivery System and began preliminary tests to help formulate a precise protocol for data collection.

June 2000-April 2006: Laboratory Technician, Pathology Laboratory, Dept. Pathology,
Anatomy, and Cell Biology, Thomas Jefferson University

Served as integral part of active research laboratory studying varying characteristics of Protein Kinase C. Technical proficiency in the following techniques: radiolabeled protein assays, Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), protein expression (SF9 insect cell lines and E.coli) and purification utilizing FPLC, cell culturing; served as lab manager coordinating ordering of all materials, maintaining lab equipment, renewal of service contracts, etc.

August 1996-May 2000: Laboratory Technician, Developmental Biology Laboratory,
Dept. of Biology, Villanova University

Assisted in wide range of research projects. Key responsibilities included maintaining colony of transgenic mice (breeding, organizing by genotype), harvesting tissue samples, tissue sample processing and sectioning, computer analysis of scanned tissue images, and routine lab maintenance.

8. Certification
Associate of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Board Qualified in Surgery

9. Organizations
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
American Podiatric Medical Association
Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association
Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Team—Assistant Team Podiatrist

10. Publications
Ho C, Shanmugasundararaj S, Miller KW, Malinowski SA, Cook AC, Slater SJ. Interaction anesthetics with Rho GTPase regulator Rho GDP dissociation inhibitor. Biochemistry. 47(36): 9540-52, 2008 Sept. 9.

Cook AC, Ho C, Kershner JL, Malinowski SA, Moldveen H, Stagliano BA, Slater SJ. Competitive binding protein kinase C alpha to membranes and Rho GTPases. Biochemistry. 45(48): 14452-65, 2006 Nov. 9.

*Master’s thesis

Slater SJ, Cook AC, Seiz JL, Malinowski SA, Stagliano BA, Stubbs CD. Effects of ethanol on protein kinase C alpha activity induced by association with Rho GTPases. Biochemistry. 42(41): 12105-14, 2003 Oct. 21.

Slater SJ, Seiz JL, Cook AC, Stagliano BA, Buzas CJ. Inhibition of protein kinase C by resveratrol. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1632(1): 59-69, 2003 Jan 20.

Slater SJ, Seiz JL, Cook AC, Buzas CJ, Malinowski SA, Kershner JL, Stagliano BA, Stubbs CD. Regulation of PKC alpha activity by C1-C2 domain interactions. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277(18): 15277-85, 2002 May 3.

Slater SJ, Seiz JL, Stagliano BA, Cook AC, Milano SK, Ho C, Stubbs CD. Low- and high-affinity phorbol ester and diglyceride interactions with protein kinase C. Biochemistry. 40(20): 6085-92, 2001 May 22.

11. Professional Society Poster Presentations
Slater SJ, Cook AC, Kershner JL, Stubbs CD. Membrane-association of Protein Kinase C mediated by Rho GTPases. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2004.

Miller JR, Ciliberti LJ, Cook AC. Talar neck fracture treated with percutaneous pin fixation and an external fixator. American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Annual Meeting, 2012.

12. Lectures
Wound Healing Principles and Advanced Wound Healing Modalities, Paoli Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, April 16, 2014.