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Chiropodist/Podiatrist

Barre Location: 705-722-3044

Chiropodist/Podiatrist

Owen Sound Location: 705-722-4553

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Custom Orthotics & Orthopedic Appliances in Barrie & Surrounding Areas

Custom orthotics from the foot specialists at Atrium Foot Clinic in Barrie can help relieve pain, improve function and treat various foot conditions. When your feet do not function properly, a range of conditions may develop including corns, calluses, tendonitis, joint pain and muscle pain. Other common symptoms include heel spurs, plantar fasciitis (or arch pain) and metatarsalgia (burning at the ball of your foot). You may even develop ankle, knee and lower back pain.


Many of these conditions are caused by biomechanical dysfunction, which can be treated by prescription orthotics. Orthotics from Atrium Foot Clinic are fabricated from a plaster cast impression and customized to you. We commonly see patients 3 or 4 times for follow-up appointments at no additional cost to ensure your complete comfort.


Are you wondering if you need orthotics? Please make an appointment to speak with our foot specialists.

Example of a plaster casting and a pair of insoles
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Close up of plaster cast
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Custom-made runners and insoles
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Custom-made boots with insole casting
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What Are Custom-Made Orthotics Used to Treat?

Orthotics can treat the following conditions:

  • Heel spur syndrome
  • Plantar fasciitis (arch pain)
  • Metatarsalgia (burning at the ball of the foot)
  • Shin splints
  • Sports related injuries
  • Knee and ankle joint pain
  • Arch and low back pain
  • In-toe gait / out-toe gait
  • Foot ulcers
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Choosing the Right Shoes is Critical to Your Foot Health

Do you need guidance on selecting proper shoes to protect your feet? At Atrium Foot Clinic in Barrie, we understand that good shoes and boots will protect your joints and reduce the risk of injury. They will also help maintain your balance when walking on rough or uneven terrain. Keep in mind that well-made orthopedic shoes don’t have to look like orthopedic shoes. There are many different styles available that will give you a comfortable, healthy fit.


Tips on Selecting Shoes

  • Choose a reputable manufacturer – you get what you pay for
  • Check the details, including the materials used and methods of construction
  • Is the sole glued to the upper part of the shoe or is it stiff and patchy with nicks and scuffs?
  • Fasteners should be well positioned and durable
  • Check eyelets and hooks to ensure they are firmly attached


See some examples of orthopedic boots, shoes and sandals on this page.

Balmoral
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Blucher
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Runner
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Walker
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Casual
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Velcro
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Sandal
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Sling
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Police
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Work
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Bootee
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Hiker
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Chukka
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Brogue
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Sandals
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Boots
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