Mission

We are dedicated to providing a high level of care to patients of all ages in an atmosphere that encourages patient involvement. Our medical and surgical care includes complete care of the foot and ankle.

Our goal at Mitchell Foot & Ankle is to provide superior customer service and patient care while maintaining cost efficient care. We have and continue to gain acceptance into many healthcare insurance plans as a preferred provider. 

Our on-site surgical facility has been awarded accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) earning us the Gold Seal of Approval. This voluntary process demonstrates our commitment in obtaining AND maintaining the national standards for providing quality healthcare in the safest environment.

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About Dr. Mitchell

As a native Chicagoan, Dr. Chuck Mitchell, DPM, FACFAS, earned his undergraduate and masters degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. In 1997 he graduated with a cum laude honors degree from Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery in Chicago. Dr. Mitchell’s training followed with 3 years of hospital based residency training that focused on conservative and surgical treatment of the foot and ankle. In his final year of surgical training, Dr. Mitchell was selected as the chief resident in which he advanced his skills while proctoring junior residents and podiatric medical students. Upon entering private practice, Dr. Mitchell continued his teaching through working with residents and students at Mercy Hospital and Medical Center and the former Michael Reese Hospital.

Dr. Mitchell has been treating patients on the South Side of Chicago for over 10 years and is conveniently located in Hyde Park near the University of Chicago campus only 1/2 mile west of Lake Shore Drive.

Dr. Mitchell specializes in advanced surgical and non surgical treatment of all foot and ankle disorders including: bunions, hammer toes, heel and arch pain, plantar fasciitis, tendon injuries and ruptures, fractured bones of the foot and ankle, ingrown toenails and many more!