PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD
TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET
The practice of chiropody is the treatment and prevention of diseases or disorders of the foot by therapeutic or orthotic means. They are health care providers specializing in the assessment and treatment of lower limb disorders. Chiropodists specialize in the recognition, assessment, treatment, and ongoing care of the foot – and are an essential member of the health care team. A chiropodist has many skills and techniques that help patients eliminate foot pain, gain mobility, and maintain healthy feet. If you suffer from a common foot condition such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, ingrown toenails, flat feet, calluses, corns or warts, or Diabetes they can help all individuals of all ages and with a wide range of health conditions.
Chiropodists are trained extensively in the assessment, management and prevention of many types of foot conditions. They are also specialists in the prevention and treatment of foot injuries, foot trauma and wound care.
CHIROPODIST & FOOTCARE
Kaitlin is our Registered Chiropodist graduating from the Michener Institute in Toronto she attended the University of Guelph-Humber she is a kinesiologist from the Humber Institute of Technology Fitness & Health Promotion.
She belongs to the College of Chiropodists of Ontario, the American College of Sports Medicine. Her diverse qualifications include treatment of diabetic foot and wound care experience in orthotic casting and modification.
She is a Certified Personal Trainer and she loves to develop Exercise Programs for People with Balance and Mobility Challenges. She has experience in biomechanical assessments and gait analysis performing soft tissue surgeries including total and partial nail avulsions ganglion cyst removal, flexor tendon tenotomy and lipoma removal.
She is Skilled in diabetic foot care and wound treatment and efficient in plaster of paris casting for custom-made orthotics also Proficient in podiatric anaesthesia and injection techniques.
Diabetic Foot Care
Routine Nail Care
Balance and/or mobility issues
Podiatric Anesthesia and Injection Techniques