COVID-19 UPDATE:

We are now open for business and are able to schedule one-on-one appointments for all foot, knee, leg or ankle concerns. However, we do require an appointment, and are not currently able to accommodate walk-ins. We have implemented cleaning and protective measures that exceed recommended guidelines, to ensure the safety of you and our staff. Please request an appointment by emailing us, calling us or booking online. We look forward to seeing you in our clinic.

Relieve Foot & Leg Pain – Custom Orthotics – BioPed Sarnia

Foot pain and lower leg pain relief by our foot specialists (using Custom Orthotics, Compression Stockings, Knee & Ankle Bracing, Orthopaedic Footwear and other Footcare Products) have been the specialty of BioPed Sarnia and the 85 BioPed clinics across Canada for more than 35 years. We hand-craft your custom orthotics in our signature on-site lab for a quick initial turnaround and on-the-spot adjustments, all to ensure your maximum comfort. BioPed provides complete lower limb pain solutions using compression stockings (medical and non-medical grade), custom & non-custom knee and ankle bracing, comfort footwear, over-the-counter shoe inserts, Diabetic footcare and a line of foot creams to treat cracked/dry feet and nail fungus.

 

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Footcare Nurse Services

BioPed Sarnia is pleased to offer Footcare Nurse Services. Available On-Site To Treat Plantar Warts, Fungal/Ingrown Toe Nails, Corns, Calluses and more.

 

BioPed Sarnia

153 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario N7T 2M9

t: 519-337-8887
f: 519-491-8889
e: sarnia@bioped.com

 

We Are No Longer At:

1362 Lambton Mall Road

Unit 10 Sarnia ON N7S 5A1

Your Pedorthist

Paul Smith, C. Ped (C), Manager
Kevin McRae, C. Ped (C)
Shani Wallace, RPN Advanced Footcare Nurse

Hours of Operation:

Sundays & Mondays closed
Tu: 9am-5pm (Evening appts available upon request)
W: 9am-5pm
Th: 9am-5pm
F: 9am-4pm
Sa: 9am-2pm

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