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Treatments and Services

  • Treatments for Bunions

    The most common treatments for bunions (hallux valgus) include: • Wearing shoes that are large and wide enough to prevent pain and inflammation. • The prescription of custom-made orthotics/orthoses to redistribute pressure points…

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  • Treatments for ingrown nails

    For newborns and young children no treatment is necessary for ingrown nails other than the application of an antibiotic cream like polysporin…

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  • Treatments for athlete’s foot

    The treatment for athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) requires antifungals creams, lotions, ointments or gels…

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  • Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

    Different options are available for the treatment of plantar fasciitis: • Rest + ICE. Temporarily stop physical activity to accelerate healing. Apply ice or cold pack for 10-15 minutes…

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  • Treatments for fungal infection of toenails

    Some patients use creams, lotions, or nail polish that is not approved by Health Canada to treat fungal infections of the toenails. Others use home remedies that many include vinegar and other solutions. These treatments are rarely effective…

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  • Treatments for Plantar Warts

    Podiatrists may use various techniques to treat plantar warts.The most common involves the application of a mild acid to burn the wart. More than one application is necessary over many weeks. However these treatments are quite effective…

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  • Treatments of Flat Feet

    Generally, flat feet do not need to be corrected. If there is pain associated with flat feet, custom-made orthotics/orthoses may be prescribed by your podiatrist. Furthermore, physical therapy may compliment these insoles to encourage rapid healing…

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  • Orthotics

    Excellence is a priority for our group. We have chosen a multitude of materials to answer your foot care needs, including graphite, which allows the fabrication of thin, delicate orthotics/orthoses. These are easily adapted to normal shoes; orthopedic shoes are not necessary…

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  • Corns and Callus

    Here are a few suggestions for the treatment of corns and calluses • Never us salicylic acid based products, especially if you suffer from diabetes or a circulatory problem. These products will burn healthy skin…

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