What Is A Chiropodist Foot Specialist?

A Chiropodist Foot Specialist is a regulated medical professional with extensive post-graduate training in lower limb biomechanics, dermatology, infectious diseases and diabetic wound care. Chiropody is a branch of medical science that involves the assessment and management of foot and lower limb disorders, injuries, diseases and infections.

Services That A Chiropodist Foot Specialist Provides

The following services can be provided by our Chiropodist Foot Specialist – for both adults and children:

 

  • Toe nail care
  • Corn/callus/wart removal
  • Fungal infection treatment
  • Preventative care for diabetic patients
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Treatment for a variety of dermatological conditions
  • Orthotics assessment and casting
  • Footwear fitting
  • Prescriptions for certain medications, such as topical antibiotics, antifungals and corticosteroids
The Process For A Chiropodist Foot Specialist

Your Chiropodist Foot Specialist will develop an individualized treatment plan to best treat your specific condition. He/she may recommend products such as emollients, dressings, felt pads or silicone devices and will provide you with information and education on how these treatments will work for you.

Booking Appointments with a Chiropodist Foot Specialist

No formal referral is necessary to see a Chiropodist Foot Specialist. Simply call one of our participating clinics (listed below) and ask to book an appointment for “Chiropody Services”.

 

BioPed Aurora

BioPed Brampton

BioPed Bowmanville

BioPed Burlington

BioPed Cambridge

BioPed Don Mills

BioPed Etobicoke South

BioPed Grimsby

BioPed Guelph

BioPed Hamilton

BioPed Hamilton West

BioPed Kitchener

BioPed Lindsay

BioPed London East

BioPed London North

BioPed London South

BioPed Markham

BioPed Milton

BioPed Mississauga Central

BioPed Mississauga North

BioPed Oakville

BioPed Oshawa

BioPed Pickering

BioPed Peterborough

BioPed Scarborough South

BioPed St. Catharines
BioPed Stratford

BioPed Thornhill

BioPed Toronto – North York

BioPed Vaughan

 

Chiropody Foot Specialist Services Are Also Coming Soon To The Following Clinics:

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