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The Brampton Foot Clinic
253 Main Street North
Brampton, ON
L6X 1N3

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Everything You Need To Know To Choose The Right Arch Support Insole

There are many reasons why you might consider buying an arch support insole. Whether you are experiencing chronic lower body or back pain, have foot-related medical conditions, or you simply find your shoe’s stock insole to be uncomfortable, a well-chosen arch support insole can be the perfect solution to your problem. Many people don’t realize just how important making the proper choice can be when choosing an arch support insert for their footwear. While making the right choice can be the end of the problem you set out to fix, making the wrong choice could make the problem worse or […]

Understanding Flat Feet And High Arches

The arches of our feet are easy to take for granted until something goes wrong. They are an extremely intricate and integral part of the human anatomy and our ability to walk upright. They absorb the shock of our footfalls and protect other parts of our anatomy from that same shock. They are the human equivalent of your car’s suspension system, absorbing the shock and dispersing it gently throughout the frame of the car. Most of the time, our arches to their work so well, you’d never realize just how much abuse our feet endure with every step we take. […]

Brampton Foot Clinic's Complete Orthotics FAQ

We see a lot of patients over the course of any given week here at Brampton Foot Clinic and the one thing that they all have in common is that they generally are full of questions. It’s understandable, most people don’t have any reason to think about orthotics in Brampton before they have need of them and, like any new experience, your first visit to our offices can be a mysterious and somewhat confusing event. Over time, we’ve noticed that many of these questions tend to repeat themselves, so we thought it would be a good idea to provide our […]

Brampton Foot Clinic Wins Reader's Choice Award

Best Foot Specialist Clinic Congratulations on making the Brampton Foot Clinic the First Place Winner in the 2017 Brampton Guardian Readers’ Choice Awards in the Foot Specialist Clinic category. The Brampton Foot Clinic staff is honored to receive this award for Best Foot Specialist Clinic after being voted the first place winner by residents of the community. The clinic recognizes this support extended to them from the community and it is much appreciated. The annual Readers’ Choice Awards were organized by the Brampton Guardian newspaper. They allowed the residents of Brampton to vote in numerous categories to determine their favourite […]

12 Steps to Managing Your Feet with Diabetes

12 Foot Care Methods for those with Diabetes Diabetes is considered to be a global epidemic. It’s a metabolic disease that has no permanent cure. Uncontrolled blood sugar level can cause organ damage including skin disorders. Diabetic neuropathy is a disease caused by diabetes that can affect nerve endings located in our foot. Ulcerative blister, gangrene and thickening of the foot’s skin are some common foot skin disorders for diabetic patients. In rare case amputation is required if infection spreads and persists for a long period with discharging fluids. Precautions early on is the best way to manage diabetic foot […]

Top 20 Questions About Diabetes & Your Feet

All The Top Questions About Diabetes & How It Affects Your Feet What is diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that last a lifetime. It is a disease of the pancreas. Pancreas, located behind the stomach, are responsible for releasing a substance known as insulin into the blood. Insulin is a crucial substance for the body to maintain equilibrium as it helps to use sugars and fats which are broken down from the different types of foods we consume. However, when a person has diabetes, the pancreas either do not make insulin/ make only very little insulin (Type 1 Diabetes) or […]

Living With Diabetes And Managing Your Feet

Managing Your Feet with Diabetes Diabetes is a disease that can bring upon several side effects – especially in your feet. If you are a diabetic person, you might want to take extra care of your feet to prevent them from being affected by your condition. A report by the CDC has shown that people with diabetes who were aged 45 years or older were ten times as likely to lose a leg or foot to amputation as to their nondiabetic counterparts. It also mentioned that 60% of leg amputations in adults in America were of diabetic patients. Two main […]

Brampton Foot Clinic Wins Reader's Choice Award

Best Foot Clinic in Brampton Congratulations on making the Brampton Foot Clinic the First Place Winner in the 2016 Brampton Guardian Readers’ Choice Awards in the Foot Clinic category. The staff at the Brampton Foot Clinic appreciates this award given to them by the residents of the community. This is a very gratifying honour and the clinic recognizes they wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the support of its community. Since 1994, the Brampton Guardian has been giving the citizens of Brampton and the surrounding areas the opportunity to vote annually for their favourite businesses and services in many […]

Insurance Coverage

November 25, 2014Foot Care, Insurance coverage, Orthoticsadmin Most people do not realize that regular visits to a Chiropodist and even custom made foot orthotics are covered by their insurance. Orthotics are very good to support your feet and correct any gait issues you may have. Wearing custom made orthotics will reduce foot, ankle and even any back pain that is resulting from an incorrect gait. There are 2 basic types of foot orthotics that are explained on our Orthotics page. How often have you taken the time to look over your insurance benefits booklet? Do you only research what you […]

Feet Issues In The Winter

Protect Your Feet in the Winter and Avoid These Issues In the warmer weather of the spring and summer it’s easy to spot issues with our feet. Besides the fact that many of us wear open sandals for much of the better weather, we also like to indulge in pedicures, giving us the opportunity to see our feet and nails up close, helping us spot something that might be troublesome, such as discolored nails, or painful ingrown toenails. In the winter our feet are mostly covered by socks, shoes, and boots and often by less flexible footwear such as ski […]

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