Richmond Hill

Leading Foot Clinic

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Our Foot Clinic

Located in the heart of Richmond Hill on Yonge Street at the corner of Yonge and Bernard as a part of a multi-disciplinary team of physiotherapist, chiropractor, naturopath and massage therapist. When entering the clinic, expect a friendly staff and a knowledgeable foot specialist.

Our service will include extensive assessment and treatment of conditions related to the foot. Routine and diabetic foot care, ingrown toe nails, fungal nails, calluses and corns, plantar warts, sports injuries, biomechanical assessments, orthotics, compression stockings, injections, surgery and wound care.


11:00AM – 7:00PM


11:00AM – 3:00PM


10:00AM – 3:00PM


09:30AM – 3:00PM

Conditions That We Treat


Ingrown Toe Nails

Hammer Toes

Wart Needling

Wart Excision


Plantar Fascia Cortisone Injection

Neuroma Injection

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Non-Invasive Treatments

Non-invasive new technology used for treatment of ingrown toe nails and deformed nails. Using a nail correction composite applied to the base of the nail, it helps to direct the normal nail growth.

The Cutera laser focuses a narrow beam of intense light through the toenail to irradiate the fungus underneath. This kills the fungi living under the nail, allowing new, healthy nail tissue to grow in and push the nail damaged by the infection out.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Chiropodist is a primary health care professional who specializes in the assessment, prevention and management of dysfunctions, disorders and diseases of the foot. Chiropodists can help a person with foot problems to significantly improve their quality of life. They are skilled in the management of acute and chronic conditions affecting the foot.

The main difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist is in the number of years of schooling received and the scope of surgical procedures performed. Podiatrists are able to perform bone surgeries such as bunion correction vs Chiropodists which can only perform soft tissue surgeries such as ingrown toenail removal. Ontario Chiropody act 1991, allows podiatrists to register and practice only within the scope of a Chiropodist.

A referral is not required to consult a Chiropodist; however, Chiropodists work closely with other medical professionals as part of the health care team.

Our services are not covered under OHIP. Private medical insurance usually covers chiropody services and orthotics, the amount of coverage may vary from one company to the another.

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