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Scarborough Correction for Flat Foot Problems

Here you’ll get the proper procedure performed with just a small incision. None of the bone needs to be cut and normal maneuverability will be restored. This treatment works with anyone from the age of 10 to 80 and excessive motion of the foot that causes pain will be taken away. The procedure at our Scarborough location puts the natural space between the heel and ankle bone back. You can walk in and walk out with our system that includes a stent.

Custom Orthotics For Our Scarborough Patients

Flat feet often need sneakers or trainers and running shoes as well. Our Orthotics correctly stabilize every step while correctly repositioning the foot. The Custom Scarborough Orthotics you’ll get here treats plantar fasciitis and starts with a 3D scan impression so there will be a perfect fitting. If you need something for specific sports like jogging, soccer and skating, we’ve got you covered at our Scarborough Custom Orthotics Clinic.

Scarborough Bunion
Correction

Our Scarborough bunion treatment looks after your needs by providing procedures in the office using anaesthetic that’s applied locally. It only takes a short while before you can walk out of the office and return to normal activities. Our procedure looks after big toe enlargement and other deviations around the big toe joint. You can wear the shoes that fit and get rid of pain and any unpleasant appearance as well.

Laser Treatment for Fungal Nails for Scarborough Patients

Coping with toenail fungus can be physically, emotionally and socially frustrating. Many sufferers are embarrassed to show their bare feet, and some experience nail deformity and pain. To make matters worse, safe and effective toenail fungus treatment options have been very limited.

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About Scarborough Podiatrist & Toronto Foot Specialist - Kel Sherkin DPM

Podiatry is a field of medicine that strives to improve the overall health and well-being of patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with the foot and ankle. A Podiatrist may also be one of the first medical professionals to recognize serious health problems such as diabetes.

A Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) is a highly trained specialist in foot care. Podiatrists work to examine, diagnose and ultimately prevent foot disorders. Here's what a Podiatrist can do for you:

-Prescribe and make custom Orthotics to relive pain while running, walking or standing
-Surgically remove warts -Surgically correct bunions and hammertoes
-Treat infections, corns, cysts and calluses
-Surgically correct ingrown nails
-Diabetic care
-Children's foot and lower extremity problems
-Remedy athletic injuries such as sprains and fractures and much more

No referral required. Podiatrists are often referred by family doctors for treatment of foot problems, although patients may contact a Podiatrist directly as well. We help with foot treatments for bunions, corns, heel spurs, flat feet, wart removal, ingrown nails, hammertoes, foot care, as a Toronto foot specialist. Our Scarborough podiatrist clinic serves all of the greater Toronto area including: Ajax, Pickering, Whitby, Etobicoke, and Mississauga.

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