Dr. Davin Mitchell is a native of Georgia. After high school, he pursued a bachelor’s degree in Biology and graduated with honors from Morehouse College in 1997. He then spent two years focusing on psychology by working at Charter Midtown Psychiatric facility and answering crisis calls on a suicide hotline. In 2000, he entered medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Upon graduation in 2004, Dr. Mitchell started a yearlong internship in Internal Medicine at St. John’s hospital, also located in Detroit, where he learned the fundamentals of many medical fields.
Dr. Mitchell decided to specialize in Anesthesiology and thus engaged in training at Duke University’s world-renowned anesthesiology program. There, he developed a reputation as an exceptional clinician in surgical procedures. He was thus invited to participate in Duke University’s prestigious Pain Management fellowship program and completed it successfully in 2009.
After fellowship, Dr. Mitchell returned to Georgia. Despite being recruited by large practices in Atlanta, he settled in LaGrange and founded Total Diagnostic and Interventional Pain in 2010, with the specific intent of bringing superior care to patients in need. Since then, Dr. Mitchell has worked tirelessly to safely manage pain for the community of LaGrange and the surrounding areas.
In his limited free time, he enjoys singing (as many have heard), golfing (or as he calls it “gardening” since he spends so much time in the weeds), and donating to charity when he can.