Doctor Profiles

Dr. Jeffrey Schwein
Dr. Jeffrey Schwein is a Mansfield native. His relationship to the foot is deep rooted. His grandfather, the late Albert Schwein, owned Al’s Kicks shoe store in downtown Mansfield. His father, Dr. David Schwein, is a retired podiatrist of nearly 50 years of practice to the Mansfield area.
 
Dr. Jeffrey Schwein graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1984 with a Bachelors of Science degree. He received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 1990 graduating as class salutatorian from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his surgical residency under the direct supervision of renowned foot and ankle surgeon, Dr. Raymond Suppan, in Orrville, Ohio. After his surgical residency, Dr. Schwein returned to Mansfield in June 1991 to start his practice with his father, Dr. David Schwein. The Schwein Foot & Ankle Clinic began in 1991.

Dr. Schwein resides in Ontario with his wife, Carla and daughter, Taylor. He enjoys all aspects of the outdoors including golf, fishing and especially hunting. He is a core pro-staff member of the popular hunting show, “Blitz TV”, which airs on the Pursuit Channel carried by the Dish Network and Direct TV.

 
 
 
Dr. Michael Swiatek
Dr. Michael Swiatek, a Bellville native, returned to the area in 2011 after completing a 3-year surgical residency at The Ohio State University Medical Center where he had the honor of being appointed Chief Resident of his program. His extensive training included both surgical and medical techniques to treat disorders of the foot and ankle. He has been involved in various research projects and has presented a multitude of lectures on foot and ankle disorders.

Dr. Swiatek graduated from John Carroll University with his Bachelors of Science in 2003 and received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 2008 from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Swiatek resides in Bellville with his wife Tami and their two children. In his free time he enjoys spending quality time with his family, attending local sporting events and woodworking.