Are you looking for a comprehensive foot exam with a clinician that does a thorough, hands-on evaluation?
The consistent feedback in our clinic is that we do the most comprehensive evaluation the patient says that they have ever had in order to solve their multiple problems!
We focus on correcting mechanical foot problems with off-loading devices, protecting the Neuropathic foot, and we use Physiotherapy modalities like Ultrasound and Cold Laser Therapy to decrease pain and inflammation for chronic foot conditions causing severe pain on mobility.
We also work with a Medical Foot Care Nurse to thin fungally infected toenails, remove corns and calluses and manage toenail care.
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It’s Your Future, Be There Healthy...
Custom foot orthoses can be used to off-load painful foot conditions, protect the Diabetic foot from ulcers/ amputations, increase alignment up the kinetic chain and encourage walkability.
Each time you are covered; we recommend subsequent pairs so that they can be left in different footwear without moving orthoses around which increases compliance.
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Collapsed arches in the feet can cause low back and knee pain similar to building a house on quicksand; the house starts to cave in from above due to a shaky and unstable foundation.
Custom Foot Orthotics correct foot imbalance for improved weight distribution and alignment up the kinetic chain which decreases knee discomfort, low back pain and neck pain.
Once your Physiotherapist or Chiropractor corrects your spine; Custom Foot Orthotics will help support good posture and reduce stress throughout the body and help you hold your treatment longer.
If you'd like to use your extended benefits for orthotics this year please contact us to book an appointment.
Many people with Diabetes have reduced circulation or sensation in their feet (called Neuropathy) and are not able to feel something in their shoe or even the shoe itself may irritate the feet.
They may have delayed healing and have possible changes in the bones of their feet which can cause friction with shoes resulting in irritation or even wounds.
Orthotics for Diabetics are generally softer, full of cushioning, have a deeper shape to keep deformed areas from being irritated and are generally made from pink materials to monitor for ulcers.
Keep your feet healthy and protected.
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Read the latest from Katia Langton, Cped, Cped(C), DC, as she investigates lumbar spinal stenosis and complications from diabetes right here via the O&P Almanac.
Katia Langton is trained as a doctor of Chiropractic. She is the owner and operator of Oceanwalk Pedorthic Footcare and is also the Secretary of the Diabetic Foot Stream Committee of the International Diabetes Federation and co-authored the latest IDF guidelines to protect The Diabetic foot from breakdown.