Welcome to Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre!

Trust your foot care to a Registered Professional Chiropodist

Foot and ankle pain is not normal. Healthy feet are important for daily living and an active lifestyle. Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre provides complete foot and ankle solutions. The Chiropodist works together with you to provide education and treatment options with long-term solution to your foot and ankle problems. At the Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre, we treat various foot and ankle problems in a safe and clean environment.

Serving Markham, Stouffville and the GTA since 2008.

At Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre, our team of foot care specialists keeps up-to-date with current evidence-based treatments. We work with you to individualize a treatment plan for your foot and ankle care. Our Chiropodist will focus the necessary time and effort to listen to your problems. Our Chiropodist also provides a complete Podiatric exam. From the moment you step into the clinic to the time that you leave, our goal is to provide each patient with a positive experience and feeling better about their feet.

Our Chiropody services & treatments include:

Meet Our Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Shagana Viveack
    B.Sc, D.Ch
    Chiropodist

    Shagana Viveack our part-time Chiropodist availabe to help you on Saturdays. 

    Shagana completed her Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc) at The University of Western Ontario in 2015 then went on to get her Diploma in Chiropody (D.Ch) at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN in 2019.

    Shagana has worked at Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre as a Chiropody assistant during summers as well as a student intern during her final year at the Michener Institute. Shagana is looking forward to her transition as a Chiropodist. Shagana has worked in both private and public healthcare settings (Barrie family health team) and is an expert in wound care and loves helping patients get back on their feet! 

  • Suleman M. Bhatti
    D.Ch
    Chiropodist

    Suleman grew up in the Town of Markham and has been providing the surrounding community with the comprehensive foot care since 2008.

    Suleman obtained a strong scientific foundation after earning a Bachelors of Science degree with honors from the University of Toronto in 2002. Suleman has always had a keen interest in health care and caring for others. In the summer of 2007, Suleman graduated from The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences as a Chiropodist at the top of his class and was awarded the Board of Governors’ Gold Medal Certificate for Chiropody.

    The combination of didactic knowledge and applied experience obtained has provided Suleman with a high degree of knowledge regarding the human feet and its various disorders. Suleman has a particularly strong interest in Diabetic Foot Care, Wound Care, Biomechanics and Custom Foot Orthotics.

    Suleman regularly upgrades his knowledge of Podiatric care to keep updated with the latest trends and technology available in foot care. This knowledge and skill is filtered back to treating his patients.

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Our Location

5 Swan Lake Boulevard, Unit 10 Markham, Ontario L6E 0K7

Clinic Hours

We're open Evenings & Weekends for your convenience!​

Mount Joy Foot Clinic & Orthotic Centre

Monday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

11:00 am-7:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed