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A foot, like our body as a whole,  is comprised of many intricate internal and external components. These components are meant to work in harmony. If anything throws off that harmony a common result is almost sure to happen... PAIN! At Centenary Foot Clinic we specialize in providing both reactive and preventative solutions to get your feet back to being pain free and to help keep them that way. Remember, better feeling feet can lead to a better feeling body!

 

Here's a sample list showing some of the foot related conditions we treat on a regular basis. 

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Ankle pain

  • Arch pain

  • Bunions

  • Callus/corn reduction

  • Diabetic education and foot screening

  • Fallen Arches/Flat Feet and Hammer Toes

  • Foot and ankle injuries

  • Pain in the balls of the feet and toes (forefoot)

  • Ingrown toenails

  • Skin and nail infections

  • Heel pain

  • Hip pain

  • Mortonís Neuroma

  • Muscle spasm and tendonitis

  • Orthotics custom made

  • Plantar warts

  • Shin splints

  • Sports related foot pain

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Power of 

S  T  R  E  T  C  H  I  N  G

We all know the importance of stretching. It's the thing to do before taking on any sports related activity. However stretching should go beyond the sports field or gym. A regular at home routine of proper stretching can pay dividends in helping to keep our body's pain free especially as we get older. Are you new to stretching and want to know learn more? Simply click HERE.

Recreational sports participants please note: Although it's wise to do some basic stretching before participating in a physical activity the bulk of your stretching should take place AFTER you've completed that activity. Also, be sure to keep warm during breaks in the action. This maintains proper blood flow which helps avoid muscle and tendon related injuries when you resume play.

Proper Footwear Tips (LINK)

Unfortunately chiropody services are no longer covered by a government health plan in Ontario (OHIP). On the other hand, most private health plans cover these services. Please consult your policy information for amounts and percentages.

 

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