What Sets Us Apart
We specialize in addressing foot pain, in providing gentle foot care treatments, and offer quality custom-made orthotics from precise 3-D plaster of Paris molds of the feet. We have state-of-the-art technology: ultrasound, low level (cold) laser, and shock-wave therapies to speed up foot pain. Nail braces are offered for ingrown toenails.
Here are a wide array of services to help you maintain healthy feet. You can read more on this page about specific services:
Services We Provide:
- Gentle Professional Foot Care
(nail cutting, hard skin removal, etc.)
- Padding & Strapping
- Custom-Made Foot Orthotics
- Podiatric Biomechanical Assessment
- Gait Analysis
- Diabetic Foot Testing
- Footwear: Orthopedic and Comfort
- Compression Stockings
- Mobilizations & Manipulations
- Ross-Fraser Nail Brace Correction for Ingrown Nails
- Onyfix device Ingrown Nail Correction New
State of the Art Technology in:
- Ultrasound Therapy
- Laser (cold laser) Therapy
- Shock Wave Therapy
We Treat the Following Conditions of the Feet:
- Foot Pain (arch, heel, ankle, toes, etc.)
- Calluses and Corns (hard skin)
- Toes Deformities (claw, hammer toes)
- Flat Feet, High Arched Feet
- Intoeing, Outtoeing
- Nails: Ingrown, Deformed, Thick, Infected
- Skin conditions: Dry, Thick, Cracked, Infected
- Malodorous/Sweaty Feet
- Infections: Plantar Warts, Athletes Foot, etc.
- Swollen Feet, Varicose Viens
No reflexology or foot massage services.
Heel pain commonly occurs on the bottom of the heel (called plantar fasciitis) or at the back of the heel (called Achilles tendonitis). Both are traced to injury and inflammation. Our clinic will evaluate the pain, and devise a treatment plan. This plan may include: Foot Mobilizations, Ultrasound Therapy, Low-Level Laser Therapy, Custom Orthotics, Padding & Strapping, Footwear Advice, etc. Read more on heel pain.
Having flat feet is a common condition. In infants and toddlers, the inner long arch is not developed and flat feet are normal. The arch develops in childhood, and by adulthood, most people have developed normal arches. But those who remain flat footed may develop common foot deformities, toe deformities, pain, tiredness and lack of strength. Read more on flat feet.
Corns and Calluses (hard dead skin)
Corns and calluses are layers of dense dead skin cells. Calluses are mainly flat and corns are mainly round areas of this dead skin. Their cause is repeated stress (friction and/or excessive pressure) on the skin. Poorly fitting shoes and inborn misaligned bones are the major contributors. At our clinic, we gently remove them and give you advice on how to stop or deal with their return. Read more on corns and calluses.
Diabetes and Your Feet
With a diabetic foot, a hard piece of skin (like callus or a corn) may lead to a longstanding wound. Diabetes decreases blood flow and weakens the immune system, so injuries are slow to heal. Read more on diabetes and the feet.
A chronic infection caused by various types of fungus, Athlete's foot is often spread in places where people go barefoot such as public showers or swimming pools. Athlete's foot can lead to Fungal Nails. Prevention of re-infection is key. Click Read more on athlete's foot
A hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third or fourth toes. This toe is bent at the middle joint, resembling a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery. For comfort our clinic offers soft toe crest pads and straps availablefor purchase. Read more on hammertoes.
Dry, Scaly Skin
Cracked heels and scaly skin on the feet should be routinely but delicately removed. At our clinic we have many happy customers who come solely for this. Special creams are available to purchase at our clinic to maintain the restored skin.
An ingrown nail is a nail whose sides dig into their neighbouring flesh, which may become very painful, may infect the flesh. They form sometimes from improper or incomplete nail trimming, develop from wearing too tight/short shoes, injury, fungus infection, or is present at birth by either being very wide and or being very curved. Left untreated, they may become sore, red, and infected and the skin may start to grow over the ingrown toenail. Treatment options depends on the severity and type/shape of the nail. In most cases, treating ingrown toenails is simple: soak the foot in warm, salted water twice a day and visit your chiropodist to have the nails carefully trimmed and cleansed. Antibiotics (topical cream or oral pills) may be advised. For others, a long term solution of nail surgery is advised. And for many a new alternative is nail bracing. Nail bracing is a way of correcting the shape of a highly curved nail back into a flatter contour by the gentle pain-free training of medically approved resin bands (Onyfix) or metal wire (Ross-Fraser). Read more on Onyfix device Ingrown Nail Correction. Read more on Ross-Fraser Nail Brace Correction for Ingrown Nails.