As the busy holiday season approaches the demand for orthotics rises. If you are wanting a new pair of orthotics and would like to claim them for the year of 2023, we kindly ask you to please book your appointment before the end of November.
The last day our office will be sending out casts is:
Tuesday, November 21st, 2023.
Thursday, November 23rd, 2023.
If your appointment is booked after these dates, we cannot guarantee your orthotics will be in before the end of the year.
At Ashburnham Foot and Ankle Centre, we believe that good health starts from the ground up.
New owners, Krista Harris, B.A. (Hons), D.Ch. and Kurtis Borland B.A. (Hons), D.Ch, look forward to serving the Peterborough community for all of their foot and orthotic needs.
Whether it is a thickened unsightly toenail, an infected ingrown toenail that requires surgical intervention, or perhaps a painful corn or warts – we provide effective solutions to your foot problems.
We are committed to providing exceptional footcare in a warm, caring environment and our focus is always on you, our valued patient.
No physician referral is necessary for treatment or orthotics. We are covered by most insurance plans.
Chiropody services are covered by most extended benefits and insurance plans.
Clients attend our centre on a regular basis for foot care needs, such as; routine nail care, ingrowns, corns, callous or other foot concerns.
Foot orthotics can prevent and alleviate many of the common foot complications that cause discomfort in otherwise healthy people.
We provide extensive treatment for diabetic foot problems including numbness, poor circulation, lesions, ulcers, infections and the inability to care for your feet and nails.
Toenail surgery (performed in our clinic) may be advised in cases where ingrown toenails, fungal toenails, or deformed toenails are unresponsive to other treatments.
A state-of-the-art device which uses non-invasive shockwaves. Shockwaves are one of the most effective ways to treat pain associated with the musculoskeletal system such as plantar fasciitis.
If you don't see your foot condition mentioned above, don't worry! Read through some of the other conditions we are trained to treat, or book an appointment today so we can address your individual needs.