The Brampton Foot Clinic has been established since 1990 and proudly providing service to the Brampton region for over 30 years. The clinic is conveniently located in central Brampton close to all major transit routes. We offer ample free on-site parking for our patients.
Our Chiropodist (foot and ankle specialists) are committed to promoting foot health (Podiatric/Chiropodial medicine) through the highest quality of patient care, treatment and education.
The Brampton Foot Clinic has been established since 1990 and proudly providing service to the Brampton region for over 28 years. The clinic is conveniently located in central Brampton close to all major transit routes. We offer ample free on-site parking for our patients.
In concept, customized biomechanical foot orthoses are no different from prescription glasses for the eyes. Both custom foot orthotics and prescription eye glasses come in different styles, shapes and corrections. True biochemical devices are known to operate on the principle of enhancing biomechanical functions and not merely correcting and supporting the arch of the foot. Store bought devices (such as insoles and arch supports) are not true foot orthotics, like the custom orthotics obtained from Chiropodists.
In Ontario, Chiropodists / Podiatrists are the only regulated primary health care professionals that are able to prescribe, manufacture and dispense foot orthotics.
Foot deformities which cannot be corrected are best protected and supported by the use of Orthotic devices known as Accommodative Orthoses.
In instances where there is a biomechanical imbalance between the hind foot and the fore foot, this could lead to problems in the ankle, foot, legs, knees and even the hips. This is best controlled by the use of Orthoses known as Functional Orthoses.
The Chiropodist/podiatrist at our office will put you through a biomechanical examination of your feet and then conduct a 3 D volumetric impression. This is best done using one of two procedures, that of putting a plaster cast for impressions or alternatively using a 3 D laser scanner.
The detailed report so generated is then sent to a specialized laboratory and customized orthotic devices specific to your biomechanical or foot condition are manufactured for you.
The staff at the Brampton Foot Clinic has experienced excellent results using Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) with the THOR Laser. The staff have been involved in extensive training with the laser directly from the creators of the laser in order to customize each treatment to the specific condition being treated. The therapeutic effects of Laser Therapy have been tested in hundreds of clinical/laboratory studies and published in numerous leading medical journals. There are many benefits in using Laser Therapy:
• Safe with no side effects
• Non-surgical treatment
• No patient sedation
• Immediate results
• Speeds healing process
In general, laser therapy can be used to increase blood circulation, accelerate tissue repair, decrease inflammation/edema, enhance the immune response and reduce pain. In particular, our clinic has experienced success in treating numerous lower limb, foot and ankle conditions
Strategically located at 122 Main St. N., Brampton (close to all major transit routes), the Brampton Foot Clinic has ample free on-site parking.
The building is also wheelchair accessible.
The Clinic charges as per the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine fee schedule and accept an array of payment options. These range from Visa and MasterCard through to cash and even cheques.
While numerous extended health insurance plans cover our services, including including private insurance companies, WSIB, Green Shield, Veterans' Affairs - DVA and NHIB, it continues to be your responsibility to touch base with your insurance carrier so as to ensure the terms and scope of coverage available under your insurance plan.
Insurance Policies like Green Shield Insurance and WSIB could be eligible for third party billing and direct submission. Those opting for fee for services, would need to ensure paying on the date of treatment. Concurrently the services offered by the clinic are not covered under OHIP. In case you should need any further clarifications or information our office will be happy to extend support and help.
We welcome and accept new patients. You can see the Chiropodist directly without a physician's referral.
Our office can answer all your calls during business hours, beyond business hours detailed messages can be left and we will return your call on the next available business day. All visits are by prior appointment which is best scheduled by calling 905-488-5478.
Jagdeep completed her Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto in Human Anatomy and Biology. She then proceeded to complete a graduate program in chiropody at the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences.
Jagdeep is a Chiropodist licensed by the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. In addition, she is a member of the Ontario Society of Chiropodists (OSC) and Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine (CFPM). Her participation in these organizations has allowed her to expand her chiropodial/podiatric medicine knowledge through continuing education courses and forming community partnerships with health professionals.
Jagdeep offers a full range of chiropodial/podiatric treatments with areas of expertise in diabetic foot care, biomechanics including custom foot orthotics, and soft tissue surgery.
Jagdeep possesses clinical experience in both public health and private practice. She has been a volunteer serving patients in Brampton at Peel Memorial and The Brampton Civic Hospital for several years. She has worked at the following sites:
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