The foot is a sophisticated structure made up of 26 bones, 2 sesamoids, 33 joints, and hundreds of ligaments and tendons. Because they have a complex biomechanics, carry a lot of weight and are often abused, both by wearing unsuitable shoes and by the practice of various activities, the feet are exposed to many types of problems and injuries.
Whether inherited or acquired, whether they affect the bones, joints or nerves, whether they appear suddenly or gradually, foot diseases can now be treated effectively and without delay.
Morton's neuroma, also known as Morton's metatarsalgia or Morton's syndrome, is a relatively common and very painful condition of the forefoot.
Hallux valgus, better known under the name 'bunion', is the most frequent reason for consultation in foot surgery.
Any suspicious skin lesion appearing on the feet, whether in the form of a stain, a growth or other abnormality, should be checked by a doctor or podiatrist.
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Hallux limitus and hallux rigidus are arthritic manifestations of the big toe joint.
The tailor's bunion, often called a 'bunionette' is a bone deformity occurring at the head of the 5th metatarsal (little toe).
The term 'hammer toe' refers to a deformation of the end of the toe.
Our clinic is the first and only podiatric medicine establishment in the province to earn the Accreditation Canada seal, a mark of excellence in the field of healthcare organizations. This certification attests to our compliance with the most demanding standards in terms of healthcare services.
Dr. Hobeychi, podiatrist, as well as all of the Clinic's collaborating podiatrists are members of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec. Our nursing assistants are members of the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec.