This Is An Appointment Request Form
Requests must be confirmed by Elio’s staff in order for the appointment date and time to be scheduled.
The form accepts online appointment requests for dates 3 working days in advance.
Elio’s clinic is not open on Saturdays and Sundays. Hence, the online form does not allow appointment requests for Saturdays and Sundays.
You can also book an appointment
by calling 905-227-4215 during office hours.
Office Administration & Reception
Request a preferred time and date for your appointment at Elio’s Foot Comfort Centre. A member of Elio’s staff will contact you via phone or email to confirm your appointment time.
If you are looking for a treatment to alleviate foot pain and you need lower leg pain relief, Elio’s foot specialists are here to help. Our team of experts offer Custom Orthotics, Compression Stockings, Footwear Modifications, Knee and Ankle Bracing, Custom Footwear, properly fitted Orthopaedic Footwear and other foot care options for a personalized solution.
Most important, our technicians hand-craft your custom orthotics in Elio’s on-site lab. As a result, our patients can rely on a prompt turnaround and quality control. Besides that, we offer on-location adjustments to ensure total customer satisfaction.
For patients in need of lower limb pain solutions, Elio’s team of Canadian Certified Pedorthists are qualified to handle compression stockings custom & off the shelf bracing, custom shoes, comfort footwear including options for diabetic foot care.
Elio’s in-house Chiropodist is available for an appointment for the following treatments:
- thickened toenails
- ingrown toenails
- fungal nail or skin conditions
- 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, among other ailments.
Elio’s Orthotic Assessments are performed in private patient rooms. In this assessment, a Canadian Certified Pedorthist will evaluate their patient’s walking patterns (gait) in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of how their patient’s foot moves during the gait cycle. This assessment also includes a detailed patient history and complete biomechanical evaluation. This will allow the Pedorthist to examine their patient’s lower limb static position, including joint position, arch height, knee position, rear foot position and toe deformities. Learn more about Foot Assessments at Elio’s.