Stéphanie Bonneau podiatry clinic
Located in Longueuil, Clinique podiatrique Stéphanie Bonneau has been dedicated to helping its patients by offering them personalized foot care management since 2015. Dr. Stéphanie Bonneau, podiatrist makes it a point of honour to provide a very clear foot care management schedule to help you effectively resolve your foot problems.
Friendly, welcoming and always on the lookout for the latest technologies to treat you effectively, the whole team at Clinique podiatrique Stéphanie Bonneau listens to you and provides advice, offering you highly professional services.
Stéphanie Bonneau podiatry clinic
2066 Chemin Chambly, local 201, Longueuil, QC J4J 3Y7
1-888 271-3486 toll free
A podiatrist who bases their practice on innovation
Having earned her degree in podiatric medicine from the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) in 2012, Dr. Stéphanie Bonneau, podiatrist has already acquired extensive professional expertise. She completed an internship at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM), a highly respected institution in the field.
Today, Dr. Bonneau, podiatrist calls upon her experience to treat all her patients humanely and effectively at her own clinic. Her extensive experience enables her to develop the best approaches and to take advantage of multiple cutting-edge technologies to treat you effectively.
- Biomechanical exam
- Foot care – Nails, corns and calluses treatment
- Manual foot therapy
- Plantar wart treatment
- Ingrown toenail treatment by a podiatrist
- Evaluating Children’s Feet
- Postural evaluation with CryoVizion
- Foot orthotics
- Cortisone injections
- Treating frostbite on the feet and toes
- Therapeutic foot taping
- Nail culture
- 2D and 3D digital imaging
- Treatment of foot pain by the podiatrist
- Stress fracture in the foot
- Therapeutic laser treatment
- ShockWave therapy
- Ultrasound guided injection
Dr. Stéphanie Bonneau podiatrist
Podiatrist Dr. Stéphanie Bonneau graduated from the University of Québec in Trois-Rivières (UQTR)’s Doctorate in Podiatry program in 2013, then furthered her education by completing an internship at the esteemed New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM).
She subsequently began her career by working at the Montreal Podiatric Clinic, the Saint-Jérôme Podiatric Center, and the DIX30 specialist clinic for several years.
She moved to Longueuil in 2015 after deciding to create her own clinic on the South Shore of Montreal.
A podiatrist who puts people at the heart of her practice
Podiatrist Dr. Bonneau joined the Association des podiatres du Québec as secretary in 2014, motivated by her profession and her community service. For several years now, she has been able to stay up to date with the latest news and events in the field of podiatry thanks to her experience.
Dr. Stéphanie Bonneau, podiatrist, attends a variety of continuing education seminars each year to keep her skills up-to-date and remain educated on the latest breakthroughs and innovations in the field of podiatric medicine.
Out of interest in sports podiatry, she participated in advanced training courses on dynamic and neuro-proprioceptive bandage treatment.
Equipped with a great humanism and an excellent sense of listening, podiatrist Dr. Bonneau created her own clinic to implement her vision of podiatry that focuses on the person and their needs.Close
Dr. Maude Yelle podiatrist
Since 2014, Dr. Maude Yelle, podiatrist, has been a graduate of the Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine program at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, and her education has been supplemented by a 4-month internship at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM).
In 2013, Dr. Yelle, podiatrist, received the university scholarship for clinical excellence in podiatry.
A podiatrist who puts professional excellence at the heart of her priorities
Podiatrist Maude Yelle always strives for professional perfection by participating in continuing education courses such as neuro-proprioceptive taping and integrated foot mobilization techniques. In April 2019, she completed a graduate microprogram in advanced wound care practice at the University of Sherbrooke.
She understands that discomfort or limitation in the feet and lower extremities may have a significant impact on quality of life because she does swimming, cycling, yoga, and volleyball.
Maude Yelle is enthusiastic about putting her knowledge to work for her patients’ well-being, allowing them to go about their everyday lives.Close
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