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Wart Removal

Wart Removal

A wart is a benign (NOT cancerous) viral growth in the skin, usually rough in texture and of varying shapes. It has a root...

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Orthotics

Orthotics

Custom orthotics are a non-invasive way for a podiatrist to correct the bio-mechanical foot error that causes the sore...

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Flat Foot Correction

Flat Foot Correction

Flat feet is an all-too-common condition that affects millions every year. This bio-mechanical foot error can cause...

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Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails (aka onychocryptosis) can be a true thorn in your side. The painful growth of your toenail into the side...

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Hammertoe Correction

Hammertoe Correction

Hammertoe is the name given to a toe that is bent at one of the two knuckles(joints) of the toe. Generally the second toe...

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Bunion Correction

Bunion Correction

Bunions are unsightly, often painful bumps on the side of your toe. They cause misfitting, worn-out shoes, painful...

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From the blog

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November 21, 2016 Common Foot Ailments During Winter

Winter… the season when days are shorter and colder. This is also the perfect time to put out your warm overalls, woolly socks, and snug shoes. The coldness of the season will be felt in every part of your body, especially your feet.   To ensure that you enjoy the cold weather without any pain […]

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November 15, 2016 Bunion Surgery: Debunking Myths

Bunions are said to be one of the most common foot problems in Canada and America. However, certain myths about bunions that lead to mistreatment are common as well.   First, what is a bunion? A bunion, also called a hallux valgus or hallux abducto valgus, is often defined as a bony bump that forms […]

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November 8, 2016 Foot Care Tips for Winter

Winter is tough in Canada. Frigid temperatures, ice covered paths and roads, endless snows, sleet and wind – all of these are tough on cars, houses, and even feet.   Here are some tips that will help you protect your feet during Canada’s toughest season:   DO Do ensure that all of your winter footwear […]

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October 19, 2016 Foot Care in Pregnant Women

You can’t get busier than a pregnant woman. All mothers would agree to this statement, and it’s no wonder. With the non-stop preparation for the birth of the baby, the regular trips to the OB-Gynecologist, the prenatal yoga sessions, decorating the nursery, making sure there’s healthy food, and many other things for the coming little […]

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October 12, 2016 Plantar Warts: A Closer Look

If you notice a thick rough skin growth right on the bottom of your foot that is probably a plantar wart. Plantar warts are caused by HPV or human papillomavirus which is a germ that is spread through direct contact. So you may get a plantar wart if you had accidentally touched someone else’s wart. […]

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October 5, 2016 Are Your Feet Ready for Winter?

Every summer, we are all a bit concerned and conscious about how our feet would look when we wear those baring flip flops and sandals. Now that the colder seasons have returned, we start to take out those boots and other closed shoes. But it seems like whenever we slip our feet back into them, […]