The practice of chiropody is the assessment of the foot and the treatment and prevention of diseases, disorders or dysfunctions of the foot by therapeutic, orthotic or palliative means. As trained medical professionals, chiropodists are able to prescribe custom foot orthotics, provide routine foot care, and perform soft tissue procedures. See our services for a complete list of conditions a chiropodist can assist with.
Ian has been practicing in Peterborough for 28 years. He is a father of three amazing children. An area of podiatric medicine in which Ian has special interest and expertise is diabetic care and preventing amputations. When he is not at work he enjoys his cottage and extensive garden.
Available for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday appointments.
Peter Guy has been practicing as a chiropodist since 1985. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto. He received his chiropody training at the Michener Institute and Toronto General Hospital. Peter started practicing at Peterborough Family Footcare clinic in 2001. He is licensed by the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. Peter is a member of both the Ontario Society of Chiropodists and the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine. He also is a clinical professor at the Michener Institute of Education where he supervises chiropody interns.
Mary has a Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Western Ontario and completed her chiropody education at the Michener Institute at UHN.
Mary has a keen interest in diabetic foot assessment and education as a means of prevention for complications to the feet. She is also skilled in biomechanical assessments and using custom foot orthotics to treat foot pain. She enjoys team sports so when she is not at work she spends time playing recreational volleyball and soccer.
Available for Monday appointments.
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