About Us

​​Katherine Avraam B.Sc., D.Ch
Chiropodist

 

I have always had an interest in healthcare. 

 

After completing my Bachler of Science, Undergraduate degree in Biology, at York University I decided to further my education in healthcare services.

 

I enrolled in the post graduate Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute and successfully completed the program in 1999.  I established my clinic as a registered Chiropodist, providing foot care.  

 

I also worked at the Toronto General Hospital Chiropody Wound Clinic dealing mainly with diabetic foot/wound care.   

 

Presently, I run an active clinical practice that sees a variety of patients, from children to seniors.

 

When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my husband and triplet daughters.

​​Gina Montesano B.Sc., D.Ch
Chiropodist

 

I have always been fascinated by the scientific world.

 

This led me to complete my Bachelor of Science, Undergraduate degree in Psychology and Zoology, at the University of Toronto.

 

Wishing to further my education, I enrolled in the post graduate Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute and completed the program in 2011. I obtained clinical experience at various hospitals and private settings including Sherbourne Health Centre, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, St. John’s Rehab Hospital and Toronto Grace Health Centre.

 

Since graduating, I have remained committed to furthering my education and most recently completed the Foot Mobilization Techniques course taught by Ted Jedynak, an Australian Podiatrist specializing in this type of therapy.

 

Outside of the office, I enjoy travelling to different countries and discovering their unique cultures.

​​Theodora Noumtinis R.C.R.T., D.Ac
Reflexologist, RMT

 

I have always been interested in alternative medicine and intrigued by the mechanics of the human body.

I became a Reflexologist in 2008, completing my certification at the Footsteps School of Reflexology.  I furthered my education by completing a diploma in Acupuncture therapy at the Shiatsu School of Canada and Acupuncture Institute.

Both of these therapies work to help balance the body’s natural internal state called homeostasis to help stimulate blood flow and neurological system of the body so that they may work efficiently and effectively together.

I have completed a diploma in Massage Therapy and received my RMT license in 2017. 

Outside of the office, I spend time with my three daughters.