A sporting background and having a brief football (soccer) career Steve naturally has a keen interest in lower limb mechanics and their contribution to soft tissue injuries, which has enabled him to treat a vast range of sportsmen, women and children across all levels of competition from recreational to elite professional’s.
Steve is a strong advocate for a multidisciplinary approach to injury treatment working alongside various other professional practitioners from Orthopedic Surgeons, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Massage therapists, and Fitness instructors to facilitate a comprehensive treatment protocol and hopefully a rapid recovery from injury.
Steve is committed to continuing professional development and is currently studying his Masters in Theory of Podiatric Surgery at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Steve also holds a PGCert in Psychology and Sports Science (Kinesiology) and is a current member in good standing with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario.
Steve is available across various locations within Toronto, for current locations click here.
Since graduating from University of Salford UK in 2005 Steve has worked in various settings across several countries including UK, Australia, Ireland and currently Canada.
Chiropody is the branch of medicine that involves the assessment, treatment and prevention of foot and lower limb diseases or disorders by therapeutic, surgical, orthotic and palliative means.
Orthotics 3d ScanCast
Following a detailed history about your current complaint, a thorough biomechanical assessment and gait analysis are completed to identify any areas of inefficiency and if you can benefit from orthotic therapy.
Where valid modern technology can and does play an important role in maintaining the highest level of patient care. Steve utilizes some of the latest technology to assist the orthotic assessment, prescription and production process, providing patient with a high quality device
Steve is pleased to be able to offer the Scan Cast 3D system to his patients.
The ScanCast 3D system allows practitioners to accurately capture full volumetric data in less than five seconds. ScanCast 3D data faithfully captures all of the plantar shape data from the bottom of the foot and creates a 3D color image, derived from accurately plotted coordinate points.