Foot and ankle injuries and conditions greatly impede the normal pace of life. It’s great to have the opportunity to help people return to their daily routines.
Dr. Jonathan B. Feibel is a board-certified, fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon, offering specialized experience with bunions, foot and ankle deformities and fractures, diabetic foot conditions, and sport-related foot and ankle injuries.
He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his medical degree from The Ohio State University. Following his residency at Mount Carmel Health System, he completed a prestigious foot and ankle fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic.
In addition to providing patient care, Dr. Feibel is associate editor of "Foot & Ankle International,” the leading journal for orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons. He also serves as assistant program director of the Mount Carmel Health System’s orthopedic surgery residency program, and is responsible for teaching its residents about foot and ankle surgery.
As a member of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, he serves on the membership committee and as the young physician section representative to the American Medical Association. He has conducted multiple national presentations regarding foot and ankle orthopedics, and has published many articles and written book chapters about foot and ankle disorders.
Named to Columbus Business First's "Forty Under 40" class of 2007, Dr. Feibel was also named a "Health Care Hero" by an independent panel of judges from across the State assembled by Columbus Business First. An community advocate, Dr. Feibel serves the Mount Carmel Foundation board; Mount Carmel Physician Philanthropy Committee; Columbus Jewish Federation board; Ohio Orthopaedic Society; and others.
Dr. Feibel, his wife and three children reside in Bexely, Ohio.