At this point in time our clinic is open. We have implemented increased sanitation protocols and have limited scheduling to help ensure there is no traffic in our waiting room. Furthermore, if you have travelled outside of Alberta in the last 14 days or have symptoms such as: cough, fever, sore throat or similar issues we cannot see you in our clinic at this point in time. Please call our office or 811 for further information.

Diabetic Footcare

People with diabetes should receive a thorough foot examination at least once a year to identify high-risk diabetic foot conditions. Diabetics with poor blood flow or reduced sensation are at higher risk for developing wounds or infections and should not trim their own toenails or remove corns or callus with sharp instruments.

Our podiatrists can manage routine foot care needs for diabetic patients to help prevent diabetic foot complications. In addition, we can help manage wounds if they have developed, or prevent new wounds with padding, orthotics, or shoe modifications.