About Dr. Mitchell

In his own words: 

“Every patient is uniquely the same and equivalently different. Surface issues run deep and are not solved by one technique alone. This is why I do what I do. I am dedicated to doing my absolute best—every day—and my passion is to help each and every patient optimize both health and well-being, no matter what age or weight or condition is the starting point.”

“Every chiropractor has his own individual touch and healing skills, and it is my ultimate reward to play a part in changing people’s lives for the better through helping them become more pain-free, and through inspiring them to be healthier, more vibrant and more alive—and showing them ways to get there.”

“I have great parents, and I am the father of two fantastic children, Jackson and Benjamin, and husband to my best friend, Trisha."

What His Patients Say

"Dr. Mitchell has helped my family out several times. His honesty and dedication to making his clients feel better is surpassed by none. Dr. Mitchell has always treated his clients like family and that is what keeps us coming back. We trust him."

- Mr. Dan K

Dr. Mitchell

Record-Setting Weightlifter

DR. THOMAS M. MITCHELL, D.C., CCSP is a Natural Healthcare Practitioner, Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, Chiropractic Physician, a Functional Rehabilitative Specialist, and is certified in Applied Kinesiology. Clinical Nutrition is another area of proficiency, practice and genuine interest.

Dr. Mitchell’s Specialties Include:

  • Sports Injury Care/ Functional Rehabilitation
  • Concussion Care, Management and Baseline Testing
  • Back Pain, Neck pain, Rotator Cuff Issues, Knee Pain, Ankle Sprains
  • Clinical / Sports Nutrition
  • Sport Detoxification, Performance Nutrition
  • Neuro-Stabilization Training: (PROPRIOCEPTION)
  • Health Coaching

Combining kinesiology skills with chiropractic expertise, Dr. Mitchell has a reputation of frequently being able to produce effective results where other practitioners have achieved only partial results. His watchwords, well-earned and thoroughly employed, have become “RESULTS-DRIVEN HEALTHCARE.”

Dr. Mitchell’s Credentials Include:

  • BS Biology
  • BS Human Biology
  • Doctor of Chiropractic
  • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
  • Certified Applied Kinesiology
  • Concussion / TBI training: Carrick Institute
  • Founder of Chicago Institute for Health & Wellness, SC
  • Chairman: American Academies of Sports Practitioners, LLC
  • Co-Founder of Next Level Human Performance
  • Author: “The Mitchell Principle”
  • Teaches at LA Fitness, Dundee
  • Teaches at XSport, Barrington
  • Sponsored & presents at Rise & ShineArt Exhibit & Community Gathering - 8 days of gatherings celebrating Women, Art, Community, and Joy! Elgin ArtSpace Gallery and Lofts

As a disciplined athlete, Dr. Mitchell has broken the state and American record for powerlifting in his particular weight class.

Dr. Mitchell’s Athletic Accomplishments Include:

  • World Drug Free Power lifting Federation 198lb Equipped World Record Holder: March 2017
  • American Drug Free Powerlifting Federation
  • American Bench Press Record 198 lb weight class 2016
  • USPA American Sub-Masters Classic Raw Bench Press Record Holder: April 2013
  • ADFPF Illinois Raw Bench Press Record Holder: April 2012
  • ADFPF American Bench Press Record Holder: April 2011
  • ADFPF Illinois Bench Press Champion and Record Holder: April 2010
  • NYS Powerlifting Champion ‘97
  • UB Open, NYS Bench press Champion ‘97

The Chicago Institute for Health and Wellness is located in LifeZone 360. Many of Dr. Mitchell’s patients drive many miles simply because he’s the best chiropractor and Health Coach they’ve ever had, as well as being a good friend. A humble man who knows how to listen, Dr. Mitchell quietly opens doors and offers opportunities.

Meet Thomas Mitchell of Chicago Institute for Health and Wellness in Northwest Suburbs

Today we’d like to introduce you to Thomas Mitchell.


Thomas, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I began weight training when I was about 12 years old. I worked very hard at it and I became proficient. Then, by my senior year in high school, I broke my first New York State High School bench press record. During college, I competed a few more times and I took a couple of New York State titles in bench press which made me realize how great it was to perform at such a high level.

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