At Dundas Valley Orthotics, we serve people from all walks of life - the active teenager to the quiet geriatric. From small children taking their first steps to the business professional to high-level athletes to the weekend warrior – everybody gets the same, compassionate treatment. If you’re a teacher, nurse, or factory worker, we have comfortable, stylish shoes to aid your feet during a full work day.
The Certified Pedorthists at our clinic care for patients of all ages. We can help patients living with diabetes, who have special problems with slow-healing wounds, poor circulation and numbness. Consult with our Pedorthist who can help you with affordable orthopedic solutions.
We treat a wide range of conditions so that you can feel better and improve your mobility. Whether you’re dealing with arthritis or an old sports injury, our Certified Pedorthists have several years of experience providing orthopedic solutions to restore your mobility. We welcome everyone from young people to seniors. If you’re on your feet all day in the work environment or looking to be more mobile and walk for longer periods of time, trust us to provide the quality orthotics, bracing, and foot care accessories you require.
Serving the Hamilton, Burlington, and Guelph areas, come to us if you need local treatment for your foot, leg, and overall body issues. Our experienced team can help with the following ailments and conditions:
One of the most common heel problems seen by Canadian Certified Pedorthists, plantar fasciitis is the inflammation and irritation of the plantar fascia (a thick fibrous tissue that extends from the heel to the toes, supporting the arch). Poor foot posture or excessive ankle motion during walking can strain the plantar fascia resulting in small tears and increased tension where the fascia attaches to the calcaneus (heel).
Leg length discrepancy is the difference in the lengths of an individual’s legs. This difference may be anatomical or may be due to scoliosis, trauma/injury, arthritis, overpronation (collapse) of one foot, bowing of one leg or unequal bowing, surgery (hip or knee replacement), pelvic tilting, or ageing.
When examining feet, we will spend up to one hour or more in the initial consultation to evaluate the patient’s walking patterns (gait) for a comprehensive understanding of how the foot moves during the gait cycle. This consultation also includes a detailed patient history and complete Pedorthic biomechanical evaluation looking at the lower limb in static and dynamic positions, including joint position, arch height, knee position, rear foot position, and toe deformities.