Dr. Goldenberg is a specialist in the field of Lower Extremity and Podologic Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine and Orthopaedic Medicine. He is a member of the University of Toronto and affiliated teaching hospitals.
His extensive experience in treating diabetic foot ailments and complex lower limb conditions has made him an integral part of our clinics. He also performs cortisone injections for the hip, knee and foot as well as for ankle arthritis, bursitis and tendonitis.
Every patient is treated with care, compassion and thoroughness in order to relieve their pain and get them back to doing their favourite activities.
Mr. Ebrahim Maskan holds a BSc. from the University of Toronto and is a graduate of the Canadian Chiropody program and experienced in all aspects of his profession including the surgical removal of problem nails.
Jamie Pearson with the Walking Mobility Clinics has been serving the West end of Toronto for over 10 years. Jamie has been actively involved in healthcare and orthotics with over 15 years of experience. Jamie is a Registered Kinesiologist, Certified Pedorthic Technician and Certified Pedorthist.
Jamie’s expertise lies in lower limb biomechanics and pathologies, orthotic therapy, diabetic footcare, rehabilitation and atheletic injuries. Jamie frequently delivers presentations on these topics to local health care practitioners and to the family residents at St. Joseph’s hospital.
“I am extremely pleased with the service and the professionalism that I experienced dealing with Jamie. I have been dealing with the same chiropractor for many years. Recently I was referred to the clinic by my family doctor. Boy, am I glad that he made this referral. I have never felt better walking in balance. The orthotic insoles that Jamie made for me were amazing. I have never felt better. I’m extremely grateful.”
— Antonio Hellman
“Brought in my 10-year-old son, he had some leg pain after joining a running club. The exam was professional and straightforward. Everything was explained to my son so he could understand. The recommendation, for now, is stretching and ice.”
— S Dunn