Gatineau podiatry clinic – Aylmer sector
After graduating in podiatry medicine from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) in 2010, Dr. Stephen Davis, Podiatrist, perfected his technique at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, and then pursued numerous specialized courses in sports medicine. He founded the 2 podiatry clinics in Gatineau to share his expertise with the entire population of the region.
Dr. Antoun Hajj, podiatrist, took charge of the podiatric clinic in 2016. Not only is he trained in podiatric medicine, but he also has a specialization in biochemistry and neuroscience, which allows him to accurately study the biomechanics of your foot.
Podiatrist Elie Bélanger then joined him, as did a team of nurses specializing in podiatric care. Come meet the team and take advantage of their know-how in Aylmer or Hull.
Gatineau podiatry clinic – Aylmer sector
362 Chemin d'Aylmer, Gatineau, QC J9H 1A6
1-888 562-5950 toll free
A humane clinic with a highly devoted staff
When it opened in 2010, the Clinique podiatrique de Gatineau in the Aylmer sector was the first of two clinics opened in the region by podiatrist Stephen Davis. In fact, it was so popular that a second clinic was opened in Hull in 2011 to meet the ever-increasing demand. This popularity may be attributed in particular to the great dedication of the staff to their patients.
When you visit the Aylmer clinic, you can count on the latest technologies to be used in your treatment. Examples include ultrasound equipment, to accurately scan your muscles, ligaments or tendons and perform ultrasound-guided procedures, laser to treat plantar warts, shockwave, to treat plantar fasciitis and tendonitis, as well as a laboratory for custom-made orthopaedic devices.
A personalized approach provided by an experienced team
Dr. Antoun Hajj podiatrist
Dr. Hajj holds a doctorate in podiatric medicine from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and a double bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and health science with a specialization in neuroscience from the University of Ottawa. He also holds a certificate authorizing him to perform X-rays and ultrasounds of the foot and ankle. Dr. Hajj did a clinical and hospital clerkship at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York in pediatric surgery, pediatric pediatrics, radiology and podiatric orthopedics.
Dr. Hajj began his career as a podiatrist at the Clinique podiatrique de Gatineau in 2014. In 2016, he took the torch of his colleague, Dr. Davis, in the management of both clinics. Since 2014, Dr. Hajj has been assisting in various major surgeries with Dr. Marie-Christine Torchon, podiatrist-surgeon and collaborator at the Clinique podiatrique de Gatineau. It is in 2017 that Dr. Hajj will become the owner of Ottawa Foot Clinic where he will continue his passion for podiatry. Dedicated to his profession, Dr. Hajj joined the Continuing Education Committee of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec to help advance the knowledge of Quebec podiatrists.
As a health professional, integrity is undoubtedly the main value a podiatrist must possess. According to Dr. Hajj, it is also essential that the podiatrist be passionate about his profession. The patient deserves a competent professional and dedicated to the patients.Close
Dr. Élie Bélanger podiatrist
Dr Élie Bélanger, holds a Doctoral Degree in Podiatric Medicine and is passionate about everything with foot health. During his externship at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, he perfected his skills in podiatric surgery, podopediatry, radiology and orthopedic podiatry. He continually keeps abreast of new developments by attending training a recent example of which is a course on “targeted foot ultrasound”.
In the last few years he has regularly helped people in need, dipensing his unpaid expertise to beneficiaries of the Accueil Bonneau in Montreal and, participating to an International Aid project in Morocco last year.
A former player of high level volley ball himself, he also has a keen interest in sports. He therefore applies his podiatric knowledge to different sports, offering a complete service to sports aficionados, whether competitive or recreational.Close
Dr. Maria Hajj podiatrist
Fascinated by sports and indoor training, Dr. Maria Hajj, began her university studies in Sciences of physical activity at the University of Ottawa before continuing her studies in podiatric medicine at the Université du Québec in Trois-Rivières. After obtaining her Doctorate in April 2017, she completed a two-month internship at a hospital in Joliette to help expand her knowledge of diabetic wound care. She also completed a second four-month internship at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Furthermore, in November 2017, she completed her training in Targeted Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle.
Dr. Hajj is committed to the well-being of her patients and will take the time to explain things and offer personalized advice and treatment.Close
Dr. Marie-Christine Torchon podiatrist
In 2002, Dr. Marie-Christine Torchon graduated from Concordia University in Cellular and Molecular Biology and then continued her studies at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine from 2003 to 2007 where she obtained her title as Podiatrist with two major distinctions: Magna Cum Laude and 2nd of class (Salutatorian). In 2010, Dr. Torchon completed her 3-year surgical residency at Cambridge Health Alliance affiliated with Harvard University in Boston. A few years later, from 2013 to 2014, Dr. Torchon successfully completed a graduate program in International Health at Université de Sherbrooke. Then, in 2017, Dr. Torchon decided to pursue a postgraduate degree in Advanced Public Health – Global Health Option.
Dr. Torchon is currently working in three clinics as a Podiatrist-Foot Surgeon consultant. She has been working at the Clinique de l’Avenir in Laval since 2011, at the Gatineau Podiatry Clinique since 2017 and at the Opus Clinic in Montreal since 2018. Moreover, since 2019, she has owned and operated a clinic in her home region, that is the Clinique podiatrique de l’Assomption. Furthermore, for the past 8 years, Dr. Torchon has been a Clinical Professor at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR). She also acted as Educational Director for the UQTR podiatric clinic between 2011 and 2017. In 2011, Dr. Torchon began giving lectures on diabetic feet, on various podiatric treatments and foot surgeries. Dr. Torchon has always given back to the community in various ways. For example, since 2013, she has been a volunteer at the Accueil Bonneau, a charity organization that serves homeless people in Montreal and since 2015, she has been a volunteer clinician and head of the UQTR podiatric community clinic for OMHTR residents of low-income households. She has also taken part in several humanitarian expeditions to help different communities around the world and she is Vice President of the Association of Podiatrists Without Borders.Close
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