Guelph Physiotherapy Clinics
Custom Foot Orthotics
Why use custom braces?
Custom bracing is used for a variety of situations. The can be a very effective tool in managing pain, creating stability around a joint, preventing further injury to joint structures and to improve performance.
Our custom bracing is precisely measured for you and we will ensure that you are completely satisfied with the results. Wether you are a competitive athlete or someone looking to improve your tolerance to daily activity, custom bracing can often be a key to success.
Custom Knee Bracing
Darlene Rempel, Certified Pedorthist
With a Bachelor in Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor, Darlene worked in the physiotherapy field as a Clinical Kinesiologist for five years prior to her Pedorthic endeavours. Having an aptitude for leadership, problem solving and hands on work, combined with a desire to specialize and focus on lower limb mechanics her interest in the field of Pedorthics was sparked.
Darlene has contributed to the Pedorthic Association of Canada on the Professional Development Committee, authored a Chapter in the 2012 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Pedorthist, and is a member of the College of Pedorthics of Canada.
Michelle McCrory, Certified Pedorthist
Michelle graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1990 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology/Recreation. She received her Canadian Certification in Pedorthics in 1992. She has been in Pedorthic practice for the past 22 years and continues to be most interested in sports medicine.
Michelle has served on the Certification Committee with the Pedorthics Association of Canada in the past and has been an instructor for the Pedorthics Program at the University of Western Ontario Continuing Studies for the past 2 years.
What is a Pedorthist?
A pedorthist is an individual who is trained in the manufacturing, fitting and modification of foot appliances and footwear for the purposes of alleviating painful or debilitating conditions, and providing assistance for abnormalities or limited actions of the lower limb.
Highly Experienced Certified Pedorthists
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