Kanata Foot & orthotics Clinic
Happy feet, happy life

Happy feet, happy life

KANATA FOOT ANDORTHOTICS CLINIC
THE AVERAGE PERSON WALKS UP TO 160000 KM IN THEIR LIFE TIME FOOT PAIN IS SO COMMON
OUR GOAL IS TO MAKE THAT TIME ON YOUR FEET AS ENJOYABLE AS POSSIBLE
Kanata Foot and Orthotics Clinic
  1. Signs of trauma
  2. Signs of infection
  3. Signs of reduced circulation
  4. Loss of skin integrity
  5. Ulcers and pressure points
  1. NOT ONLY DO WE CUT NAILS.
  2. We also check for:
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COVID 19 Update

Dear valued patients,
Your health is important to us. We hope you guys are being safe, practicing good hand hygiene and maintaining good social distancing. According to our college guidelines and the new guidelines put in place by our provincial government, we will only be seeing patients for emergency services. The clinic will be opened every Tuesday starting from April 7, 2020.
Emergency services are the following: wounds, ulcers and infections. Infections can include an ingrown toenail with increase oozing/discharge and throbbing pain or any area of the foot that looks red, hot and/or swollen.  In addition, if you suffer from neuropathy and notice one of your feet becoming red, swollen and very hot, that would be considered an emergency.   If you have extremely thick callous and can see blood/red spots/discoloration in the callous, please give us a call.
As for the rest of our patients, we have not forgotten you. First we apologize for the inconvenience caused by temporary clinic closure. If you are waiting for a pair of orthotics, we have them safe in our office. If your treatment is interrupted, don’t worry. We will figure out a plan to make you satisfied. We will be able to resume our high-quality foot care services as usual when this pandemic calms down and life returns to normal. Meanwhile, stay safe and email us at info@kanatafootclinic.ca if you have any questions.
 
Sincerely,
Kanata Foot & Orthotics Clinic
March 24, 2020

 

WHO WE ARE

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Kanata Foot and Orthotics Clinic is a brand-new chiropody clinic offering a variety of services for your footcare needs. There is always a qualified foot specialist on site available to provide treatment to patients of all ages. Our team currently consists of 2 chiropodists and our wonderful receptionist. 

Services offered at Kanata Foot and Orthotics:

Diabetic Foot Care and Education

Corn/Callus Care

Wart Treatment

Biomechanical and Gait analysis

Injections

Sport-related injuries

Foot pain

Nail Care

Wound Care

Orthotics, Orthopedic Footwear,
Compression socks / garments

Dermatological/Skin conditions

Nail Surgery, Soft Tissue Surgery

Paediatric Conditions

MORE SERVICES AVAILABLE AT THE KANATA FOOT CLINIC....

YOUR NEXT STEP TOWARDS CLEAR HEALTHY NAIL GROWTH

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NO PAIN!

NO RISK!

NON-INVASIVE!


  • Low-level laser therapy producing no heat and no plumes
  • Combines 2 specific wave lengths creating anti-fungal effects and regenerative outcomes
  • 12-minute weekly treatment sessions for 4 weeks
  • Call 613-435-3020 to book an appointment

BREAKTHROUGH FOR STUBBORN WARTS

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TREATMENT LAST SECONDS

NO ANESTHETIC INJECTION NECESSARY

NO ANESTHETIC INJECTION NECESSARY

NO DRESSING NEEDED

NO DRESSING NEEDED

  • Swift uses microwave energy to create a thermal shock to the localized tissue causing an immune response to fight off the wart
  • The four key differences that Swift offers Clinicians are:
    • Consistency – a repeatable treatment with predictable outcomes
    • Cleanliness – no smoke, no anesthetic, no post-procedural dressing and minimal debridement
    • Convenience – the potential for much shorter appointment times
    • Confidence –  More than 6 years of continuous research and development

Get an Appointment

Click here to view the available appointment time slots

Contact

Call Now : 613-435-3020
                    613-263-8788

Email: info@kanatafootclinic.ca 

opening Hours

  • Tue to Sat    -
  • Sunday and Monday: Closed, please leave us voicemail messages. 

Meet our team

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Expert’s Advice

Please view our Facebook page and Instagram to get weekly posts such as Work it Wednesdays and Foot Fact Fridays!

What is a chiropodist ?

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A chiropodist is a primary health care professional that specializes in the treatment and prevention of diseases, disorders or dysfunctions relating to the foot and ankle.

Chiro: latin prefix meaning “the hand”

Pody: Greek derivative meaning in relations to the foot or feet

In simpler terms, it is fixing or treating the feet with your hands!

To become a chiropodist, you need to have an Advanced Diploma in Chiropody or equivalent (3-year program) and to practice in Ontario, you must have successfully passed the College of Chiropodist of Ontario’s board exams.

Where we are

150 Katimavik Road, Unit 136, Kanata, ON K2L 2N2