Custom-Made Orthotics (Insoles)
In their lifetime, over 75% of North Americans will experience foot problems of varying degrees, some of which can be painful and disabling. In most cases, foot orthotics can be employed to help alleviate and even correct the condition.
Custom-made orthotics are specially-made insoles designed to support and comfort your feet. Our orthotics are as individual as you are. We prescribe your orthotics to fit with your activity/sport/work/footwear. Need extra light, extra slim, more cushioning? we’ll have the orthotics to do the job. Book today for Chiropodist consultation.
Compression Socks (Stockings)
You can benefit from compression socks whether you suffer from tired aching legs because you spend too much time standing or sitting, or suffer from more serious problems like swelling and venous disease. We fit all genders, shapes and sizes from tall to petite, large frame to small. We offer a wide range of colors and styles to meet your needs.
Off the shelf Orthopedic Shoes
Your feet contain 25 percent of your body's collected bone mass, and yet few people make wearing good shoes a priority -- but they should. If any of these bones were to become misaligned after wearing poor quality shoes, problems with your feet and overall health can surface. Consult Physiotherapist for opinion
A medical brace An orthopedic appliance that supports or holds a movable part of the body in correct position while allowing motion of the part.
(Electrical Nerve Stimulator)
A TENS machine is a small portable, battery-operated device which is worn on the body. The box is attached by wires to sticky pads stuck to the skin. Small electrical pulses are transmitted to the body, like little electric shocks. This can help to ease pain in some people with certain types of pain.
BioFreeze Pain Reliever
Biofreeze products provide temporary relief from minor aches and pains of sore muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, bruises, strains and sprains.
Biofreeze products help break this pain cycle, by relieving pain through a method known as "Gate Control," or "gating." In the gating process, menthol acts to stimulate specific sensory receptors in the skin, thereby blocking other receptors from sending pain signals to the brain. Consult Physiotherapist / Chiropractor / Massage therapist today