Pointe-de-l’Île podiatry clinic

As a podiatrist/owner, Dr. Marie-Ève Berthiaume has been welcoming patients to her clinic in Montreal East since 2015. Passionate about podiatry, Dr. Berthiaume has added several complementary courses to her university studies completed in 2011 at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, some of which include wound care practice and neuro-proprioceptive taping.

In 2016 the Clinic welcomed a second podiatrist: Dr. Catherine Roy Bénard. Together, the two podiatrists, supported by their secretaries, a foot care nursing assistant and an assistant podiatrist ensure you always feel welcome and comforted at the Clinique.

Pointe-de-l’Île podiatry clinic

115-1300 boul. Saint-Jean-Baptiste Pointe-aux-Trembles, QC H1B 4A4

1-888 277-1992 Toll free

Business hours
Monday : 8:30 - 19:30
Tuesday : 8:30 - 18:30
Wednesday : 8:30 - 19:30
Thursday : 8:30 - 18:30
Friday : 8:30 - 17:00

A podiatry clinic focused on your health

The first podiatry clinic established in Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, the Clinique podiatrique de la Pointe-de-l’Île strives to offer its patients quality care. The team remains at the forefront of the latest technological advances in podiatry treatment, and offers a wide range of services, including emergency appointments.

Dre Marie-Ève Berthiaume, podiatre

Dr. Marie-Ève Berthiaume podiatrist/owner

Dre Catherine Roy Bénard, podiatre

Dr. Catherine Roy Bénard podiatrist

Dr David Youdim, podiatre

Dr. David Youdim podiatrist

Dre Océanne Daigle, podiatre

Dr. Océane Daigle podiatrist

Dr Mélanie Madran podiatrist

Naima Hachichi, inf. aux.

Naïma Hachichi foot care auxilliary nurse

Julie Delarosbil, assistante podiatrique

Julie Delarosbil foot care auxilliary nurse

Antoine Prach

Antoine Prach Clinic manager

Jordane Allard Gosselin, adjointe/assistante

Jordane Allard Gosselin administrative assistant

Érika Ruiz, adjointe/assistante

Érika Ruiz administrative assistant

Dr. Marie-Ève Berthiaume podiatrist/owner

Dr. Marie-Ève ​​Berthiaume holds a doctorate in podiatric medicine since 2011; she is both a podiatrist and the founder of the first podiatry clinic in the Rivière-des-Prairies / Pointe-aux-Trembles borough. Following a successful career that spanned across several establishments in Gatineau, Laval and Boucherville, she has finally opened her own clinic in Montreal, in 2015. 

As an active member of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec, Dr. Berthiaume is a respected leader in her community.


Exceptional podiatry training

Podiatrist Dr. Berthiaume’s scope of expertise is built by her tireless pursuit of professional development.

After graduating from UQTR’s undergraduate podiatric medicine program, she had immediately enrolled in the New York College of Podiatric Medicine to complete her university education.

During her studies, DPM Marie-Ève ​​Berthiaume regularly participated in training initiatives including conferences, congresses and continuing education workshops. One of them had been given by the Canadian Wound Care Association.

In order to offer the most comprehensive podiatric treatments possible, Dr. Berthiaume has completed training in wound care (level 1 and 2). She is also certified to perform manual foot therapy (TTIP) and the fitting of therapeutic neuro-proprioceptive bandages.

From children to the elderly, including diabetic patients, podiatrist Marie-Ève ​​Berthiaume has the ability to treat a wide spectrum of clients, thanks to her extensive knowledge.


A podiatrist with a well established reputation

Podiatrist Dr. Berthiaume maintains a style of intervention that is based on paying keen attention to the needs of her patients, with a particular mindfulness for the elderly. Involved in her local community, she has notably contributed to the establishment of the Pointe-aux-Trembles seniors’ ball.

Podiatrist Marie-Ève ​​Berthiaume knows how to inspire the confidence of her patients, thanks to her unparalleled emotional intelligence.



Dr. Catherine Roy Bénard podiatrist

Dr. Catherine Roy Bénard, podiatrist, has been a part of the Pointe-de-l’Île podiatry clinic team since 2016. Dr. Roy Bénard, who has a doctorate in podiatric medicine, handles her patients in a warm and open-minded setting.


An immersive academic journey

Dr. Roy Bénard, like her colleague Dr. Marie-Ève Berthiaume, had four years of podiatric medical training at the UQTR. Prior to graduating in 2015, she had to do a 4-month internship at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Similarly , she was asked to do a wound care internship at the Centre Hospitalier Regional de Lanaudière. This professional experience helped her to become acquainted with diabetic and hemodialysis patients.

In addition to her academic credentials, podiatrist Roy Bénard has received training in manual foot therapy, allowing her to extend the spectrum of services she offers. Dr. Roy Bénard, podiatrist, now a member of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec, is eager to complete the annual hours of continuing education required of her.

Dr. Roy Bénard’s personal qualities and professional aptitudes qualify her as a versatile podiatrist capable of assisting athletes, children, and the elderly.


A podiatrist who is attentive to humanitarian issues

Dr. Roy Bénard, podiatrist, who has been an avid traveler since an early age, was able to integrate this enthusiasm with her career as a podiatrist. For example, she flew to Morocco in August 2014 to provide foot treatment in a tiny Berber community.

Dr. Catherine Roy Bénard coordinates podiatric therapies by pushing for a transparent approach that is tailored to the specific needs of each patient.


Dr. David Youdim podiatrist

David Youdim graduated from the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres with a Doctorate in podiatric medicine in 2019 and is certified by the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He just joined the Pointe-de-l’Île Podiatry Clinic as a member of the team. He has, nonetheless, completed multiple hospital rotations prior to this.

Dr. David Youdim, podiatrist, excels in the field of podiatric radiology because of his analytical mind and keen sense of observation.


An expertise grown by many various experiences

Podiatrist Dr. David Youdim has gained invaluable expertise in a variety of settings. He has rotated at the Manhattan Metropolitan Hospital, the Lanaudière Regional Hospital in Joliette, the Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke, and the Centre hospitalier affilié universitaire régional de Trois-Rivières, among others. As a result of his experiences, he is now able to deliver high-quality podiatric care.

This member of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec previously completed two years of occupational therapy studies at McGill University and a semester at the University of Saint-Boniface in Winnipeg. He has primarily treated diabetic foot over his budding career. He is, nevertheless, interested in digital foot radiography, podopediatrics, and biomechanics.

Podiatrist Dr. David Youdim is adaptable and inquiring, able to treat a wide range of patients, from children to the elderly.


A chance to help those around him

The podiatrist enjoys being active in many communities and is always on the lookout for his next journey. He was scheduled to go to Gabon on a humanitarian mission in October 2020, but the trip was cancelled owing to the world’s extraordinary situation. But that doesn’t stop him from assisting those who are close to him.

David Youdim, DPM, pays close attention to the smallest details to ensure that your podiatric requirements are fulfilled quickly and properly.


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