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Aesthetics in Podiatry Toronto Podiatrist

Aesthetics in Podiatry
Robert Chelin DPM Toronto Podiatrist 

Robert Chelin, DPM



New Patients

Information for New Patients

To prepare for your consultation with our practitioners, please plan on bringing the following items to your visit:

  • A list of your current medications
  • Information on what treatments have been tried in the past
  • Medical records from prior visits that you think would be helpful
  • Insurance information and health card 
  • Any recent foot X-rays

Save Time  - Complete our Online Forms beforehand and bring your completed form with you to your visit.

Have Other Questions About Your Appointment?

Please call us at (416) 921-8444 (Toronto) or (905) 725-3849 (Whitby) or e-mail appointment@aestheticsinpodiatry.com

What should you expect at your first visit

As a patient you will receive a full evaluation from our podiatrist who will determine the exact location of the problem, the nature of the injury and the course of action for further diagnosis and treatment. Your physician will coordinate all.htmects of care. We will do our best to accommodate patients with urgent conditions. If surgery is indicated, the visit will require additional time for a surgical consultation. 

Every patient receives a treatment plan created specifically for him/her. This treatment goes beyond basic pain management by employing therapeutic methods that treat the specific source of the problem, providing a specific treatment program for reduction in pain and improvements for a more active lifestyle.

What you need bring to your first visit
Each of the images below are part of our initial contact forms.  Click each one to open a PDF file.  Print both fill them out and bring with you on your first visit. This will save you valuable time so that our practitioners can spend more time on your consultation.

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