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Courtice Foot Clinic & Orthotics Centre
Walking Mobility Clinics provide a comprehensive model for leg and foot care, offering the best leg and foot clinics in Canada. If you’re looking for a bracing, orthopedic footwear, or custom orthotics in Oshawa, we can help you find a solution that meets your specific needs. Our experienced teams include professional physicians and pedorthists — you can learn more about the staff at our Courtice Clinic below.
We are located in the Courtice Health Centre at the far east corner of the building. Our clinic is not accessible from the main lobby, so please come to the entrance facing King Street.
Please also note that Courtice is a satellite clinic of our Pickering clinic and therefore is not open daily. Bookings at this clinic are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. If you would prefer an appointment on a day when the Courtice clinic is closed, our staff would be happy to help you at the Pickering clinic.
1450 King St E,
Oshawa, ON L1H 1J3
Jeff is a senior pedorthist with the Walking Mobility Clinics and has been a longstanding staff member for over ten years. He is the Pedorthic Manager of the Pickering and Courtice clinics. In addition to his managerial responsibilities, Jeff also is responsible for corporate staff training. He graduated with honours with a degree in Kinesiology. Following his undergraduate training, Jeff had studied for a year at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. During his studies he discovered the field of Pedorthics and subsequently switched career paths. Jeff is a member of the College of Pedorthics of Canada (CPC) and is a Certified Canadian Pedorthist with the Pedorthic Association of Canada (PAC). He is a productive member of his professional association, volunteering his time to serve on the Pedorthic Association’s Board of Directors.
Mike is the newest addition to the Walking Mobility team. As a Pedorthist, he treats lower leg biomechanical issues and pain through custom made orthotics and footwear.
In 2007 Mike received his honours degree in Kinesiology from Lakehead University. He worked previously in rehabilitative kinesiology. During this time Mike worked at CFB Trenton Airbase and several physiotherapy clinics as a certified Kinesiologist. After a few years in this field he decided to focus on the lower limb. In 2015, Mike completed the University of Western Ontario Diploma in Pedorthics. He then completed his certification to become a Canadian certified Pedorthist. As a local to Clarington area, Mike has always focused on improving the health of his community.