Aurora, Newmarket, King City, Oak Ridges,

and Richmond Hill

"Chiropody is the assessment of the foot and the treatment and prevention of disease or disorders of the foot by therapeutic, surgical, orthotic, and palliative means." 


Chiropodists are primary healthcare providers that treat people of all ages and activity levels. A referral or previous diagnosis of foot pain is not required to visit a chiropodist. Chiropodists offer general and preventative foot care for a wide range of foot and toe conditions. Are you suffering from plantar fasciitis, heel pain, flat feet or diabetic foot issues? We treat at all the levels of the foot, from surface skin infections, ingrown toe nails to bone and joint pain. We also can provide custom orthotics. 


Your first Aurora chiropody visit will include a full history and foot exam which will allow your chiropodist to develop a comprehensive management plan to meet your foot care needs.

Chiropody services may be covered by your third party insurance, so check with your plan administrator for more details.

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Steven Lee Smith is a chiropodist who graduated from the University of Salford in the UK in 2005 and has worked in various settings across several countries including the UK, Australia and Ireland. Steven has made Canada his home with his lovely wife and two beautiful daughters. He has been happily practicing chiropody in Canada for the last five years, offering full service foot care from diabetic nail, ingrown toe nail, callous/wart removal, cortisone injections, shockwave therapy for plantar fasciitis and heel pain, and has assessed and prescribed orthotics for those suffering with flat or high arches.

Steven comes from a sporting background with a past career in football (soccer). Given his personal experience in sports... read more here.

Chiropodists are trained to treat a variety of different foot problems and foot pain. These problems include the following:

  • Thickened toenails

  • Ingrown toenails

  • Fungal nail or skin conditions

  • Foot, ankle, knee, hip, or back pain

  • Heel pain

  • Corns and calluses

  • Plantar warts 

  • Diabetic wound care

  • Arthritic foot care

  • Bunions and other toe deformities

  • Dry and cracked skin

  • Congenital foot deformities

  • Neuromas and peripheral neuropathies

  • Sports injury and repetitive strain injuries

Treatments may include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Custom made or customized footwear or orthopedic shoes

  • Custom orthotics and ankle braces

  • Therapeutic modalities, ultrasound, TENS

  • Shockwave therapy

  • stretching, strengthening, heat/cold

  • Steroid injections or oral medications

  • Minor surgical procedures

  • Hands-on care for foot pain

  • Nail and skin management

  • Compression stockings

Pauline Looi, B.Sc.(Hons), D.Pod.M., is a chiropodist who graduated from the Michener Institute. Before attending the Michener Institute, she completed her B.Sc.(Hons) in Anthropology and Health Studies at the University of Toronto. She is registered and a current member with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. Pauline is involved with the College as a committee member for Patient Relations and Fitness to Practice. She is also a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and a member for the Ontario Society of Chiropodists.

Pauline has extensive knowledge working with clients with chronic complex diseases such as Diabetes and Geriatrics. Having worked in the Diabetes education program, hospital and community health centers, she has done many workshops and presentations for Diabetic foot health. Pauline also works with children and adults with their foot health concerns such as bio-mechanical concerns, ingrown toenails, nail disorders, corns/calluses, warts and wounds.

Pauline is a strong advocate for a multidisciplinary approach to treatments, management, prevention and health education. Pauline has worked alongside with Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Registered massage therapists and family physicians to facilitate treatment plans and goals." 

Address:  15620 Bayview Avenue,

Aurora, ON L4G 0Y7

Tel:  905-503-9191

Fax:  905-503-7272


Monday to Thursday:  9:00am - 8:00pm

Friday:  9:00am - 7:00pm

Saturday:  9:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday:  9:00am - 3:00pm

*Subject to change on stat holidays