Toronto Ergonomics Centre

Chiropodists in Toronto, ON

Toronto Ergonomics Centre provides Chiropodist care, foot care, foot corn removal, ingrown toenail, foot & ankle pain, foot callus/wart removal, fungal nail infection treatment, foot ultrasound treatment, and diabetic foot care in Toronto, ON. We aim to improve the health of people’s feet living in Toronto, Ontario and other surrounding areas.

Toronto Ergonomics Centre specialises in creating custom made orthotics for adults and children.

We also offer ingrown toenail surgery, Wound care and other common Chiropody Treatments. Our main goal is to give patients preventive Footcare services suffering from various foot problems and injuries. We also offer services for people who want to maintain their overall foot health. Toronto Ergonomics Centre provides the best expert advice about foot care and offers patients different options on how they can best take care of their feet.

Toronto Ergonomics Centre specialises in custom orthotics for people with flat feet, high arches, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis and diabetic patients with foot problems.

Having feet problems? Contact us now to set an appointment!

Visit our website or call 416-429-6610

 

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