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Chiropody in Woodbridge

Adding lotion on footAt Core Health Care, we embrace Chiropody as an essential component of our health care services and the foundation for maintaining proper posture, improving mobility and long term foot health.

A Chiropodist is a primary health care provider, often described as a foot specialist, who provides a variety of medical services ranging from nail and skin care to orthotics and in-office surgeries. Specific services include the repair of damaged or ingrown toenails, removing corns, calluses, and warts, treating foot fungus, providing assessments for diabetic patients and fitting patients custom orthotics for improved gait and mobility.

Injuries, deformities, and infections to your feet can alter your posture, impair your ability to walk normally as well as have negative effects on your knees, hips, lower back and other parts of the body.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does chiropody differ from pedicures or nail salons?

Chiropody is a medical profession that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of foot and lower limb disorders. Chiropodists undergo extensive education and training to obtain their credentials and are licensed healthcare professionals. Pedicures and nail salons primarily provide cosmetic treatments for the feet and nails, such as nail trimming and polish application, without addressing underlying medical issues.

What should I expect during a chiropody appointment?

During a chiropody appointment, the chiropodist will conduct a thorough assessment of your feet and lower limbs, which may include a health history review, physical examination, and possibly diagnostic tests. Based on this assessment, the chiropodist will develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs, which may include nail care, corn and callus removal, fungal treatments, orthotic therapy, or other interventions.

Can chiropody help with diabetic foot care?

Yes, chiropody plays a crucial role in diabetic foot care by helping to prevent and manage complications associated with diabetes, such as neuropathy, poor circulation, and foot ulcers. Chiropodists can provide regular foot assessments, nail care, wound management, and education on proper foot hygiene and self-care practices to reduce the risk of complications and promote optimal foot health for individuals with diabetes.

Get Started

Are you ready to explore chiropody as part of your holistic wellness routine? We look forward to learning more about your condition and educating you on the benefits of chiropody. Contact our office to learn more and schedule your consultation.


Chiropody Woodbridge ON | (905) 851-2444