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Foot Care & Orthotics

Foot Care & Orthotics

Most of us experience problems with our feet at some point in our lives. Whether due to poor bio-mechanics, a lack of physical support, an injury or simply part of the aging process, problems with our feet can not only affect our quality of life, they can also lead to a variety of other conditions including difficulties with our knees, hips and lower back.

At Physiomed, our foot health experts, including licensed Chiropodists, are available to help with a wide range of conditions including everything from corns and calluses to biomechanical disorders (as well as specialized foot care for diabetics). We employ a variety of treatments including physical therapy, custom-made orthotics, orthopaedic footwear, compression therapy and general foot care techniques to reduce painand improve mobility while also helping to prevent future problems or conditions.

If you’ve got pain, we can help. Let us show you why, at Physiomed… Healthier Starts Here.

Our Content

Want to learn more about the various factors affecting your health, including tips for making specific improvements? Check out the following samples from our blog or visits our archives for information on topics of particular relevance to you:

Healthcare from a Distance: 7 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Virtual Care Visits

Connecting with healthcare professionals can be a rewarding experience. READ MORE

Virtual Care 101: 5 Things to Know About Online Visits

The COVID-19 pandemic means many patients aren’t able to receive care in ways they normally... READ MORE

Staying-Active-During-Social-Distancing

In recent weeks, millions of Canadians have been forced into a life that goes against our... READ MORE

Managing Stress During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The WHO has described the coronavirus pandemic as the defining health crisis of our time. READ MORE

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❤️ Repost from Physiomed Alliston.

It's ok to not be ok.

Even beyond this week we are in this together #togetherapart. Even a simple text to reach out, share how you are really doing. Have #getreal conversations. 💙

One week after isolation was enough time apart for our Physiomed family. We have been meeting weekly via zoom to have real conversations about how we are doing. We share ideas how to keep strong during these times and discuss plans for the future reopening. (Gah! That thought makes us so nervous and excited!!! More on how we will be keeping you safe when we do open coming soon 🎉 ....stay posted!) .
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We are here for you! Even if you have a concern and want a phone call for reassurance. Do not hesitate to reach out!
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📸 Repost from Physiomed Sherway⠀

Starting to get the clinic ready for post-COVID reopening! Masks, face shields, gloves, sanitizer and disinfectant all stocked up and ready to go!

With more and more patient inquiries about therapy, we will be ready on day 1 when Doug Ford says the word!
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2 weeks ago

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Let’s get moving again!

Physiomed Leaside is hosting a Zoom Stretch Class Thursday, May 14th at 10am!

Join Guilherme, our exercise therapist, in a 20-30 min full body stretch class!

Click below for the link! See you there!

Zoom.us/j/93847186398?pwd=YVZQZVVGeXFsbkdyenVpdURKdEZDdz09

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📸 Physiomed Nobleton

To learn how you can get the most out of our virtual care sessions, check out our latest blog post!

www.physiomed.ca/blog/general-category/healthcare-from-a-distance-7-ways-to-get-the-most-out-of-y...
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3 weeks ago

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Repost from Physiomed Alliston 🙂

Hip Opener - Lizard Pose 🦎

Tight hips? Hip Opener Yoga Positions are a great tool to help. Maintaining proper spinal alignment and listening to your body is key to avoid hurting yourself.

1️⃣In the first pic, the position is held comfortably, feeling a stretch, and alignment is well maintained.

2️⃣In the second pic, the position is strained, the stretch is intense, and the spine is rounding = poor alignment.
It is safer in this case to stick with the first position and slowly work on improving flexibility, by the use of blocks and/or other hip opener stretches.

✅The Lizard stretches inner hamstrings and groin while challenging core stability and upper body.
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📸 Repost from Physiomed Sherway⠀

Starting to get the clinic ready for post-COVID reopening! Masks, face shields, gloves, sanitizer and disinfectant all stocked up and ready to go!

We will be ready on day 1 when Doug Ford says the word!

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❤️ Repost from Physiomed Alliston.

It's ok to not be ok.

One week after isolation was enough time apart for our Physiomed family. We have been meeting weekly via zoom to have real conversations about how we are doing. We are here for you, too!

Physiomed Leaside is hosting a Zoom Stretch Class Thursday, May 14th at 10am!

Join Guilherme, our exercise therapist, in a 20-30 min full body stretch class!

Click below...see you there!

Https://Zoom.us/j/93847186398?pwd=YVZQZVVGeXFsbkdyenVpdURKdEZDdz09

Password: physiomed

📸 Physiomed Nobleton

To learn how you can get the most out of our virtual care sessions, check out our latest blog post!

https://www.physiomed.ca/blog/general-category/healthcare-from-a-distance-7-ways-to-get-the-most-out-of-your-virtual-care-visits/

Repost from Physiomed Alliston 🙂

Hip Opener - Lizard Pose 🦎

The Lizard stretches inner hamstrings and groin while challenging core stability and upper body.
#virtualcare #covid19 #physiomed #physiotherapytoronto #torontophysio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #physiotherapist

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