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About Dr. Wachtel

Welcome to Mitchell Wachtel, DPM

Mitchell Wachtel, DPM, is a board-certified podiatrist dedicated to providing exceptional patient care. Dr. Wachtel has treated a broad variety of foot disorders, including bunions, hammer toe, heel pain, Achilles tendon injury, ankle sprains, ingrown toenails and fungal nails, and diabetic neuropathy.

Dr. Wachtel received his undergraduate education at Stonybrook University in Long Island, New York. He then went on to pursue his graduate studies at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduation, he trained with Dr. Edward Hurwitz at Boston City Hospital. Dr. Wachtel went into private practice in 1992. 

Dr. Wachtel and his caring staff believe that patients deserve quality treatment when it comes to their foot concerns. At the office, they provide a number of conservative treatments for foot injuries. They also have a physical therapist on-site to help patients find the relief they need.

His practice has an emphasis on sports medicine. As a runner and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Wachtel truly understands how important it is to have excellent patient education to prevent foot injuries and further complications. He thoroughly evaluates your footgear and gait (the way you walk), and also offers custom orthotics for foot conditions like plantar fasciitis to ensure you can move comfortably and freely. 

Residents in North Andover, Lowell, and Haverhill, Massachusetts, who are searching for a skilled and dedicated podiatrist, should schedule a time to meet with Mitchell Wachtel, DPM, and his wonderful team for help with their foot problems. Adults and children alike are welcome to the practice for foot treatment.

A Word From Our Doctor
I am a North Andover Podiatrist, a foot doctor who specializes in foot pain and other ailments of the foot and ankle. I have podiatry offices in the greater Boston area: North Andover/Lawrence, Haverhill and Lowell, MA. My passion is being a runner and my focus in my practice is also in sports medicine and prevention of injuries. Welcome to all runners, athletes, triathletes and ultramarathon runners.
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