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Mitchell Thompson, DPM

Podiatry, Surgery


“All patients and their individual problems are unique and deserve personalized care. It's crucial to listen and understand each patient's goals and expectations to craft the best treatment plan, ensuring the most favorable outcome for them.”

Length of time at OMC: Since early 2024

Why do you like working at OMC? After spending a decade away, the opportunity to return and serve the community close to where I grew up feels like coming full circle. It's a privilege to give back to the area that shaped me, offering specialized care with a hometown touch.

What is your philosophy of care? I believe in a patient-centered approach where treatment plans are tailored to meet individual needs and expectations. Whether through non-surgical or surgical means, the goal is always to achieve the best possible outcomes for my patients.

What do you like to do when you’re not at OMC? When I'm not at OMC, my family and I immerse ourselves in the great outdoors. Whether it's being on the water, golfing, hunting, fishing, or simply gathering with family, we cherish our time spent in nature and with loved ones.

Fun Fact about me: Having been an avid outdoorsman all my life, I've recently taken up golf as a new challenge and way to enjoy the outdoors with my family.

Mitchell Thompson, DPM
Podiatry - Surgery

Areas of Passion: Reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, bunion correction, and sport medicine of the foot and ankle.

Specialties: Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery, Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine, Foot and Ankle Trauma, Bunion Correction, Arthroscopic Surgery of the Foot and Ankle, Total Ankle Replacements, Non-surgical Treatments of the Foot and Ankle, Diabetic Foot Care, and Diabetic Limb Salvage

Education: Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Des Moines University

Residency: Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI

Fellowship: Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Center, Columbus, Ohio

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