The Orillia Foot Clinic & Wellness Centre was established in 2001 as an independent private practice. As time passed we saw a need to expand our services and not only concentrate on the feet. By including other professional health care practitioners we are able to offer services that address the rest of the body as well. Thus the “wellness” component became a reality.

The scope of practice for Chiropodists includes:

  • Diabetic foot care
  • Diabetic foot assessments
  • Wound management
  • Orthotic therapy
  • Biomechanical assessments
  • Laser therapy- fungal toenails, warts and scar tissue
  • Therapeutic laser for heel pain, general foot pain and plantar fasciitis
  • Treatment of nail pathologies (ingrown, gryphosis, chauxic, fungal)
  • Treatment of callosities, Helomas, Verruca, etc.
  • Nail surgeries
  • Prescription writing privileges (limited)
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Tony Young BSc, DCh – Chiropodist

Tony Young is a primary health care practitioner specializing in the assessment and treatment of foot disorders and dysfunctions.

He has been a registered Chiropodist since 1998 and is a member to the College of Chiropodists of Ontario, the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine and Ontario Society of Chiropodists.

Tony has also been a member of Chiropody teams at The Toronto Grace Hospital, Humber River Regional Hospital, South Riverdale Community Health Centre, Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital and The Couchiching Family Health Team.

Tony is distinctly qualified to provide the highest quality of care and is governed by the professional standards set by the College. If you need help with your feet, remember that your foot health is too important to be left in the hands of anyone other than a Chiropodist.


Michelle Ventura-Young RMT, DAc – Registered Massage Therapist

Michelle graduated with honours with a 3-year Advanced Diploma from Georgian College. As a Massage Therapist registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, she is able to assess and treat physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissue and joints of the body. This is achieved primarily by hands-on manipulation the soft tissue and can include Neurological and Orthopedic Tests, hydrotherapy, thermotherapy, remedial exercises, and patient education.

She has experience assessing and treating diverse patient populations and she successfully completed clinical rotations in: Pregnancy/Pre-Natal Care, Infant Massage, Sports Massage, Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Outreach Clinics, Complex Care Clinics, Senior/Long-term Care, and Cancer & Palliative Care (Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie).

Michelle’s former career in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture has given her a deep appreciation for the body-mind-spirit connection and enhances the massage therapy care she provides.