Jeffrey S. Warner graduated as a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), Podiatrist - Foot Specialist, from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in 1978, and takes great pride in all the care he continues to give since that time. He conveniently has two private practices, covering both ends of Toronto, providing full family foot care at both locations.
Long-serving and caring staff, Denean at the Scarborough location, and Lorie and Stella at the North York location, together with Jeffrey S. Warner, DPM, form a team to provide convenient and comfortable care in Toronto and surrounding areas.
Our offices specialize in complete care for foot and foot-related concerns for the entire family. We provide comprehensive advice and treatment of all foot problems. We look forward to keeping you and your feet happy, healthy, and comfortable!
Heel and Arch pain (Plantar Fasciitis): A condition due to inflammation of connective tissue on the bottom of the foot, caused by a mechanical imbalance in foot function, which can lead to heel and arch pain.
Podopediatric (Children's foot) care: Conditions seen include flat feet, in-toeing, out-toeinng, warts, athlete's foot, and other foot conditions that may occur in the growing foot.
Diabetic foot care: Foot problems can be a big risk for patients with diabetes. A Podiatrist provides care for diabetic patients, including regular treatment for toenails, corns, callouses, and all other foot concerns.
Flat feet: Commonly associated with a condition known as over pronation, it can lead to pain and disability in the foot, leg, knee, hip and lower back.
Sports injuries: Conditions seen include Plantar Fasciitis, sprains, strains, knee pain, shin splints, ankle instability, (foot–related) low back and hip pain.
We also treat the following:Arthritis Bunions Fungal Nails Callouses/Corns Warts and other Skin Conditions Athlete's Foot Hammertoes Ingrown toenail correction Geriatric (Seniors) foot concerns Gait (walking) abnormalities Footwear problems Custom prescription orthotics Modified orthopaedic footwear
Biomechanics refers to the way our muscles, bones and joints work together as we move. Podiatric biomechanics includes assessment and treatment of all foot, ankle and lower limb disorders. A Podiatrist can determine via biomechanical assessment whether your leg alignment and leg stability is normal.
Prescription biomechanical orthotics allow for a more normal function of the feet and legs. Orthotics help in controlling the abnormal motion that can lead to many overuse syndromes resulting in pain and/or deformity.
We are proud to say that in our office we now use state of the art 3D digital scanning technology in the fabrication of our custom prescription orthotics.
Conditions seen include: fallen arches, arch pain, flat feet, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, foot imbalance, knee pain, shin splints, low back pain, chronic ankle sprains.
Our office offers a variety of modified orthopedic footwear, including shoes and sandals, and safety boots, as well as name brand walking and athletic shoes.
We also prescribe and dispense custom-made orthotic sandals and clogs.
Podiatric services are partially covered by OHIP. Many extended health care insurance plans cover podiatric services, and also provide coverage for orthotics and footwear.
Our office is glad to accept payment by Visa, Mastercard, debit, and cash.
This website is designed to acquaint you with our office, our locations, and some of our services. Please feel free to contact us for an appointment or further information.
Referrals are not necessary. You may call our offices directly.
Frequently asked questions:
Can I make an appointment online?
In order to best meet your personal needs, we schedule appointments over the telephone. We do our best to return all voicemails within 24 hours.
Does OHIP cover my visit?
Podiatric fees are partially covered by OHIP.
I have an extended health care plan, will it cover my visit?
Any fees not covered by OHIP may be reimbursed by company or private medical plans.
Do you accept payment from DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs)?
Yes we accept payment from DVA.
Do I need a referral from my family doctor?
Although many family doctors refer their patients to our offices, referrals are not necessary. You may call our offices directly.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, debit, and cash.
Are your offices accessible?
Yes, two of our offices are located on the main floor of their respective buildings, while the third is on the second floor. All buildings are equipped with elevators.
Can I get to your offices via public transit?
All of our offices are conveniently located very close to TTC stops.
To schedule an appointment please contact any of our offices. We take pride in caring for you.
Our North York office is located on the south side of Finch Ave. West, just east of Keele. Complimentary guest parking is located at the rear of the building.
1315 Finch Avenue West
Our Scarborough office is located on the south side of Lawrence Ave. East, just west of Kingston Rd. Complimentary guest parking is located at the rear of the building.
4125 Lawrence Avenue East