Mark Birmingham, DPM
About Mark Birmingham
A native of Kansas, Dr. Mark Birmingham completed his medical training at the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine near Chicago, Illinois, and completed his surgical internship and residency at The Highlands Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Program in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Birmingham contributes to medical education as a reviewer for online newsletters to the members of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and continues to be involved with the education of the residents of the Highlands Program in Denver.
Dr. Birmingham is a devoted patient advocate who strongly believes that quality education and training make a difference in treatment outcomes. He also believes that educating the patient is key to the patient’s success in return to activity.
Aside from patient care, he enjoys running, hiking, traveling and keeping current on health and nutrition. Dr. Birmingham and his wife have the privilege of raising their four small children.
Dr. Mark Birmingham’s clinical and surgical expertise includes:
- General foot and ankle care
- Foot and ankle fractures and sprains
- Sports injuries of the foot and ankle
- Complex foot and ankle deformities
- Chronic ankle instability
- Foot and ankle arthritis
- Bunion evaluation and treatment
- Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction
Dr. Birmingham is trained to provide minimally invasive arthroscopic and surgical care for his patients.
Education and Certifications
Residency — Highlands - Presbyterian/St. Luke's
Foot and Ankle Surgical and Medicine Residency
Medical School — Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM)
North Chicago, IL
Undergraduate — Pittsburg State University
Bachelor of Science in Spanish and Biology
Associate, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Attending, Highlands-Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Program
Recent Mark Birmingham Posts
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“I am so blessed to have found Dr. Birmingham! He is highly adept at both the art and science of being a doctor. That is, he is not only great at what he does but he knows exactly how to treat people. I had surgery two days ago and I’ve never felt so truly cared for and understood by a doctor. I am very optimistic about the future of my foot thanks to Dr. Birmingham. I highly recommend him!”Jayne in Westminster, Colo.
“Dr. Birmingham is absolutely incredible! He is so kind and so personable. My entire family loves him. I have had so many foot injuries due to playing basketball and being so active. He always makes me feel so comfortable and always helps me get right back up on my feet.”Mackenzie in Boulder, Colo.
“I can't offer enough praise for Dr. Birmingham and his staff. I was suffering with extremely painful plantar fasciitis weeks before the Leadville 100 Trail Run race. Dr. Birmingham came up with a treatment plan and two weeks later I was able to complete the race with almost no pain in my feet! He cares, he listens, and I highly recommend anyone suffering from plantar fasciitis to go see him. He even looked up my race results online and sent me a text immediately after the race to congratulate me! First doctor I've ever seen that did that!”Scott in Boulder, Colo.