Randy Garr, DPM
Dr. Garr is a member of Summit Foot and Ankle Clinic and is the primary Podiatrist for the Orem/Provo and Spanish Fork region of the clinic. Dr. Garr is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and is board qualified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. His surgical specialties include reconstructive foot surgery, rear-foot surgery, sports medicine and diabetic foot care including limb preservation. Dr. Garr is married and has 3 children. His interests include hiking/backpacking, photography, drawing, rock climbing and spending time with his family.
Daniel Patty, DPM
Dr. Patty is proficient in foot and ankle surgical procedures including total ankle replacements, forefoot and rearfoot trauma, reconstructive surgeries with external and internal fixation, arthroscopy, limb salvage procedures, bunions, and hammertoes. Dr. Patty’s practice specializes in reconstructive surgery, trauma, sports medicine, and diabetic limb preservation. Dr. Patty is actively involved in research, proposing improvements now being pursued jointly with his affiliated physicians, with national and international patents pending. Dan enjoys the support of his lovely wife Amber and they have 3 children: Grace, Logan, and Kate. Dr. Patty loves church and community service and spending time with his friends and family, going rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors.
Stan Phillips, DPM
Dr. Stanley Phillips has been practicing since 2000 in American Fork, Lehi, and Sandy, Utah. He is a board-certified surgeon in both forefoot and rearfoot surgery. r. Phillips served as the President of the Utah Podiatric Medical Association from June 2008-June 2010. He feels it is important to give back to your profession, and he enjoys being able to serve the doctors in his profession and strives to help make the podiatric profession the best that it can be. Dr. Phillips and his wife, Lori, have six children; Vanessa, Andrew, Miranda, Drake, Duncan, and Aidan. His greatest joy is spending time with his family going camping, wave running, four wheeling, and especially going to Disneyland.
Mark Rogers, DPM
Dr. Rogers graduated from the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Rogers is board certified in foot and ankle surgery. Dr. Rogers has lectured on aspects of podiatry. Dr. Rogers is a member of both the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Utah Podiatric Medical Association. His hobbies include golf, boating, and fishing.
Scott Rogers, DPM
Dr. Rogers graduated from Brigham Young University and received his doctorate from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. He then completed a residency at Loyola University Medical Center. He joined the practice at Central Utah Foot Clinic in July 2007. Dr. Rogers is a member of both the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Utah Podiatric Medical Association. His hobbies include boating and snow skiing.