We are open to both walk-in* and by appointment clients!

*Due to capacity restrictions, walk in service is not guaranteed but we will do our best to accommodate, in a safe manner. For details on what to expect for your appointment, visit our Covid information page.

Relieve Foot & Leg Pain – Custom Orthotics – BioPed St.Catharines

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 practice of BioPed St.Catharines 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.

 

Request an appointment today to learn how we can help!

Chiropody (Foot Specialist) Services

Chiropody Services Available On-Site To Treat Plantar Warts, Fungal/Ingrown Toe Nails, Corns, Calluses and more.

 

BioPed St. Catharines

270 Geneva Street
St. Catharines, Ontario
L2N 2E8

t: 905-685-7751
f: 905-685-7855
e: stcatharines@bioped.com

Your Team

Patty Huss, C. Ped (C), Manager
Brooks McClennan, C. Ped (C)
Lisa Hickman, C. Ped (C)
Emma Hopkins, Registered Chiropodist
Alison Murakami, Registered Chiropodist

Hours of Operation:

M: 9am to 5pm
Tu: 9am to 5pm
W: 9am to 5pm
Th: 9am to 5pm
F: 9am to 5pm
Sa: Closed
Su: Closed
Evening appointments available upon request

Request An Appointment

Get Directions

  show options
  • One of the most important things when it comes to footwear and finding the right pair for us is the size – however, do you take into consideration the width of the shoe as well while shoe shopping?...

  • Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus and can appear anywhere on the skin. All warts are contagious! Those that appear on the sole of the foot are called plantar warts. Children, especially teenagers, tend to be more susceptible to warts than adults. Corns are not caused by a virus, and therefore are not contagious! ...

  • Wait, the cheap flip flops you're considering buying could be ruining your feet! When the weather is warm, our first instinct is to peel off the layers, pull out the t-shirts and shorts and kick back in some comfy flip-flops. For many of us, these fun and fashionable sandals have become our summer footwear of choice. Although they may help you stay comfortable and cool initially, these cheap flip flops are ruining your feet!...

  • Contrary to popular belief, our shoe size continues to change as we age! Weight gain or loss, pregnancy and the effects of aging are all common causes for changes in the length and width of our feet. If you haven’t measured your feet in the last 12 months, you may be included in the nearly 1/3 of men and ½ of women wearing the wrong shoe size....

  • The symptoms described above are the result of a condition called “Plantar Fasciitis”. The following foot pain stretching techniques are very effective at relieving pain caused by this condition:...

  • Most bunion pain sufferers don't actually know the wide array of solutions that exist to help relive their foot pain. As a result, most bunion pain sufferers simply try and live with it. We are here to change that and provide relief to those suffering from this type of pain....

  • Plantar Fasciitis is the most common type of Heel Pain? If you wake up from bed in the morning and experience a shooting heel pain when your feet hit the floor, you could be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. ...

  • Standing all day, whether work or at play, can do a real number on your feet, legs, and back! Each year in Canada, thousands of work-related foot injuries are reported and an increasing number of sick days are taken because of leg and foot problems....