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Update to Expectations during COVID-19. (Jul 20, 2020)

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PEDORTHICS LONDON  Expectations during COVID-19 Pandemic:  Stage 3 UPDATE We understand that you may have concerns about what is...  

Expectations on Returning to In-person Care (Jun 5, 2020)

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We understand that you may have concerns about what is expected of you and what to expect from us as we return to in-person care.  By providing the following information, we hope to ease...  

COVID - 19 Update (May 22, 2020)

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COVID-19 Update This week, as many local businesses have re-opened, Pedorthics London is also preparing to return to in-person care.  We will be coordinating this...  

COVID-19 Response - Temporary Closure UPDATE (May 1, 2020)

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Pedorthics London has been monitoring the recommendations of public health officials as well as the College of Pedorthics of Canada regarding COVID-19.  In response, we will be re-evaluating...  

COVID-19: Temporary closure to continue (Mar 30, 2020)

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Pedorthics London office will remain closed until further notice pending Public Health Officials recommendations. We can still be reached on our  

COVID-19 Response (Mar 15, 2020)

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Pedorthics London is committed to the well-being of our clients, our staff and the community during the COVID-19 situation.  As awareness has increased and more stringent measures...  

Fitting Children's Shoes (Mar 12, 2020)

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Children’s feet are always growing and developing.  Their feet should be measured and properly fitted several...  

Medical Compression Therapy (Nov 11, 2019)

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Medical compression therapy is the use of graduated compression stockings that act to assist muscle (most commonly calf muscle) to gently squeeze stretched vein walls.  This helps vein valves...  

Shin Splints (Apr 11, 2019)

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Pain in the lower leg can be on the inside, front or the outside of the leg and is often called Shin Splints.  Shin Splints refers to pain in this area that is exercise induced (or caused)....  

Is it Plantar Fasciitis (Mar 7, 2019)

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This is one of the most common complaints we see as Pedorthists, but not all heel and arch pain is caused by plantar fasciitis.  A thorough assessment will help confirm if this condition is...  

Bunions and Hallux Valgus (Feb 6, 2019)

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Do your toes look like this?  Hallux valgus is the drifting of the first toe towards the smaller toes.  Although most people think it is a result of poor footwear choice (wearing narrow,...  

Brave the Cold (Jan 29, 2019)

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Tired of the cold? You can visit us without having to brave the elements. We have underground parking and elevator access...  

What's a modified shoe? (Jul 24, 2018)

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Canadian Certified Pedorthists can professionally alter footwear to accommodate a person’s specific foot or lower limb condition.  Modified footwear can often be a more affordable...  

Pain in the ball of the foot? (Jun 14, 2018)

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  Pain in the ball of your foot? The fancy name for this is metatarsalgia.  It’s...  

When should you replace your shoes? (Jun 11, 2018)

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Have your walking shoes reached their limit? We generally recommend to replace your athletic shoes every 500 to 800 km. Even if you are walking instead of running, the shoe will not...  

Confused about insurance? (May 1, 2018)

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Confused about Third Party Insurance?                            Need a reminder about...  

Online Booking Option (Dec 18, 2017)

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Pedorthics London now has an online booking option. Once you set up your account, you will be able to schedule  appointments, cancel upcoming appointments (you will need to call if it is...  

Holiday hours (Dec 18, 2017)

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Our Christmas holiday hours are as follows: December 22 - admin only 9 to 12, no appointments available  December 25 to December 29 -  closed Jan 1 -...  

Admin update (Dec 14, 2017)

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Pedorthics London will be without admin support from December 12 until December 20 while Natalie enjoys some tropical sunshine! Please be patient - we will...  

Custom vs Off the Shelf Orthotics (Jun 20, 2016)

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Why would you choose a custom foot orthotic rather than an off-the-shelf product?  A custom orthotic is designed to contour YOUR individual foot shape thereby providing optimal sensory...  

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