Foot care clinics go mobile!
Katia Langton of OceanWalk Pedorthic Clinic was recently featured in Ha-Shilth-Sa (Canada's Oldest First Nation's Newspaper) for showing up to help Port Alberni to help those who suffer from foot, knee or back pain.
Katia Langton of OceanWalk Pedorthic Clinic is a certified pedorthist and has been to Port Alberni on three occasions providing mobile foot clinics to First Nations communities.
“The goal of the mobile foot clinic is to assess, risk categorize and treat patients with painful foot conditions or diabetes (for their annual assessment) in order to keep them active, walking and mobile,”
If you'd like to learn more about how Katia and the team at OceanWalk Pedorthic Clinic are serving local communities (like Port Alberni) read the full article here.
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.