Sharp Shapes HealthYour Cure Begins Here

Located in a 10,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility, our treatments are unique and convenient as we offer services covered by most extended healthcare plans, WSIB insurance, and motor vehicle accident benefits.

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Signature Footwear

Most people don’t require custom-made shoes; a good running or walking shoe does just fine. But there are those whose feet need extra attention. Perhaps their feet are significantly different from each other that they might have to buy two different shoe sizes. Perhaps they have developed a deformity which makes standard shoes impossible to wear. In these cases, custom-made shoes may not only make financial sense, but may also save wear and tear on the feet. At Sharp Shapes Health we can help! We will assist you with any questions you may have, and make recommendations about the type of shoe or workboot that best suits your needs. In addition, we carry a variety of shoes including dress shoes, athletic shoes, sandals, and more.

Custom Orthotics

Orthotics are devices used to alter or modify foot function. Some orthotics are simple, commercially-made devices, such as cushioned heel cups or insoles, that are sold over the counter in drug stores or other retail establishments. Custom-made orthotics are designed to treat, adjust, and support various bio-mechanical foot disorders such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, neuroma, etc. Thus, the most effective orthotics are custom-made devices, as they are crafted to meet the specific needs of a particular individual. At Sharp Shapes Health, we create custom-made orthotics using an impression of the foot called a cast, which duplicates any misalignments in foot structure. Using the cast and computer technology, our mechnicians design a custom device that balances any deformities and corrects misalignments.

Compression Stocking

Compression hosiery can aid individuals who are experiencing any of the following conditions:

  • Chronic venous insufficiency
  • Moderate to severe varicose veins
  • Tired, aching, and fatigued legs
  • Swollen feet, ankles, and legs
  • Pain resulting from prolonged standing or sitting
  • Schlerotherapy
  • Lymphedema
  • Obesity
  • Family history of venous leg disorders
  • Expectant mothers

How do compression stockings work? They deliver a controlled amount of pressure to the legs, while supporting the venous and lymphatic system, which prevents poor circulation. By promoting better venous blood flow, they can help to prevent and control vein-related diseases.