450 682-7800


3030 Curé-Labelle, suite 103, Laval QC, H7P 0H9


Lundi : 8 h à 19 h
Mardi : 8 h à 19 h
Mercredi : 8 h à 19 h

Jeudi : 8 h à 19 h
Vendredi : 8 h à 15 h

The clinic

Chiropodist removes skin on a wart



A podiatrist is a health care professional. In Quebec they are regulated by the Professional code, The  Podiatry Act and by the Podiatric Code of Ethics. A podiatrist possesses all expertise and knowledge needed to evaluate and treat afflictions and diseases of the foot that are not systemic in nature.

In addition, a podiatrist can offer advice for proper foot health and hygiene, prescribe certain medications, perform surgical procedures, and prescribe fabricate or modify custom made orthotics.


Your first visit at the Clinique Podiatrique de Chomedey establishes a vital foundation for our relationship with you. Your initial appointment will include a thorough foot and ankle exam so that specific treatment plan can be developed for you.

Prompt diagnosis, early intervention and prevention are essential for the care and treatment of your feet.

Communication is key. Our podiatrist will ensure your full understanding of your condition and treatment options.

Don’t forget to bring in a current list of your medications!


Your initial visit is very comprehensive and will include:


  • Personal consultation with one of our highly trained podiatrists
  • Complete review of medical and podiatric history
  • Vascular examination
  • Nerve and sensation testing
  • Dermatological exam and cancer screening
  • Comprehensive orthopedic exam of foot joints, muscles and associated tendons
  • Full discussion of treatment options





  •  Never ignore foot pain. it is NOT normal. Please contact our office if you are experiencing any type of persistent pain in your foot and ankle
  •  Inspect your feet on a regular basis and daily if you are diabetic. Use a mirror if you are not too flexible.  Take notice in changes of color and temperature. Verify color and thickness of nails cracks and cuts on the skin.  Keep note of any moles on your feet and monitor any changes in size or color
  • Take a break from polish! Healthy nails are more important than pretty nails. Give your nails a period of time without anything on them at all. They will thank you for it!
  • Wash your feet regularly especially between the toes. Be sure to dry your feet and toes completely
  • Trim toenails straight across. Be careful not to cut nails on the corners or the sides as this can lead to ingrown toenails. If you have diabetes, poor circulation or heart problems you should not be treating your own feet since a small cut can lead to a serious infection
  • Wear comfortable shoes that fit properly. Inspect your shoes regularly and fix or replace as soon as you see signs of excessive wear.




  •  What is the best time to go shoe shopping? At the end of the day when your feet are at their largest.
  • Don’t go hiking with your flip flops! Select and wear the right shoes for your specific sport or activity.
  •  Air out your shoes try not to wear the same shoes everyday
  • Wearing sandals in the summer? Don’t forget to put sunblock on your feet. The tops of your feet are very prone to sunburn.
  • Watch out for nail salons and foot spas. Unlike podiatrists, there are no government regulations on the cleanliness and proper disinfection of nail salons and their equipment.  A quick turnaround of clients usually means instruments are not properly sterilized. Ask about the precautions that your salon takes in order to avoid transmission of disease.
  • Be cautious when using home remedies for foot ailments. Self-treatment may turn a minor problem into a major one.
  • If you are diabetic, please contact our office and schedule a check up at least once a year