Our Staff

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

Jason Campbell

Jason Campbell


Dr. Campbell is a native of Layton, Utah. He graduated from Weber State University & subsequently earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree at Des Moines University in 2010. While in Des Moines he was accepted into the dual degree program and earned a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. Dr. Campbell completed a three-year foot and ankle surgical residency at Texas A&M Health Sciences Center in Temple, Texas. His training in Texas focused on adult reconstruction of the foot and ankle, trauma, pediatrics, diabetic wound care, limb salvage and sports injuries. 

During his residency, Dr. Campbell participated in research projects, published manuscripts, and along with Dr. Frost was recognized nationally for their research in foot and ankle trauma. He was privileged to learn from some of the most recognized names in the field including: Naohiro Shibuya DPM, MS, Javier LaFontaine DPM, Lawrence Lavery DPM, Robert Probe MD, & Scott Munroe MD.

He specializes in foot and ankle reconstruction, ankle arthroscopy, pediatrics, wound care, and foot and ankle injuries. He enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, participating in golf, skiing, mountain biking, traveling, and woodturning.

Areas of Interest: Foot & Ankle surgery, Sports Injuries, Ankle Arthroscopy, Wound Care, and Limb Salvage

Jason Colby Podiatrist

Colby Frost


Dr. Frost grew up in Layton, Utah.  He attended Weber State University and studied microbiology.  Following undergraduate school, he earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree at Des Moines University in Iowa. While in medical school, Dr. Frost was accepted as a dual degree student and earned a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration (MHA).  Dr. Frost completed a 3-year comprehensive surgical residency in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at Texas A&M Health Science Center/Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas.  

While in residency, Dr. Frost had the unique opportunity to train at McLane Children's Hospital where he received extensive training in pediatric foot and ankle pathology. During residency, Dr. Frost also participated in research projects, published manuscripts, and along with Dr. Campbell was recognized nationally for their research in foot and ankle trauma.

Dr. Frost specializes in surgical and non-surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. He is trained in complex reconstruction of the foot and ankle, arthroscopy, limb salvage, sports injuries, and pediatric foot deformities.

Dr. Frost enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. He also enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, wakeboarding, running, playing soccer, and watching college football.

Mark Woolley

Mark Woolley


Mark Woolley, DPM, received his bachelor’s degree in zoology and chemistry at Weber State University in Utah. He attended Des Moines University to complete his podiatric degree. He received specialized foot and ankle externship training in Boston at Beth Israel Deaconess with Harvard, at Scripps Mercy in San Diego, and at Legacy/Kaiser in Portland, Oregon. He completed a three-year surgical residency program with Intermountain Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, with extensive training in foot and ankle surgeries. 

Shortly after residency, Dr. Woolley published articles on minimally invasive treatment of Morton's Neuroma and Plantar Fasciitis. He is one of only a handful of surgeons in the nation that is trained on Endoscopic Tarsal Tunnel Decompression. His publications not only include the aforementioned articles but he has written a chapter on minimally invasive foot surgery in Practical Pain Management for the Lower Extremity Surgeon.

Dr. Woolley enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys. Growing up in rural Utah afforded him the opportunity to spend time in the outdoors. He loves to go hiking, backpacking, fishing and bagging peaks as much as time will allow.

Areas of Focus: Lower extremity nerve surgery, minimally invasive surgery, general podiatry and sports medicine.

Chantel Murrah

Chantel Murrah


Dr. Murrah is a native to the Ogden area and attended local area schools. She attended Weber State University and graduated with a BS in Microbiology in 1998. She furthered her medical education at Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa. She received her Masters in Health Care Administration in 2000, Masters in Public Health in 2001, and her Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine in 2002. She also obtained a Masters in Business Administration and PhD in Medical Management from California Coast University in 2004. She completed a three-year foot and ankle surgical residency at the Houston Podiatric Foundation in Houston Texas in 2005.

She has been practicing at the Foot Care Clinic in Ogden since 2005 and specializes in non-surgical care of the foot and ankle. Dr. Murrah is Board Certified in Diabetic Foot Care by the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry. Dr. Murrah also speaks Spanish and is accepting new patients. She currently resides in the Ogden area with her husband and four children. 

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Phone: 801-627-2122

Fax: 801-627-2125


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Fax: 801-451-6966

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