PiedRéseau Sherbrooke

A graduate in podiatry medicine from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté, Podiatrist, is trained to assist his patients through all phases of their podiatric treatment.

Dr. Karine Poulin and Dr. Simon Desrochers, Podiatrists, are a perfect complement to the trio with their great meticulousness and attention to detail. They enjoy working with all types of patients, both young and old.

PiedRéseau Sherbrooke

2300 King Ouest Sherbrooke Qc, J1J 2E8

1-888 859-5124 Toll free

819 791-8861 Fax

Business hours
Monday : 9:00 - 20:00
Tuesday : 9:00 - 17:00
Wednesday : 9:00 - 20:00
Thursday : 9:00 - 17:00

A modern clinic that is constantly evolving

A graduate in podiatric medicine from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté, a podiatrist, is trained to guide his patients through all stages of their podiatric treatment.

Podiatrists Karine Poulin, Simon Desrochers, Annabel Bourgault, and Alexandre Lottinville complement the podiatry team with their high precision and attention to detail. They enjoy working with all types of patients, both young and old.

Frequent problems

Plantar fasciitis: causes, symptoms and treatments

Plantar fasciitis is a common foot condition. A strain or break in the plantar fascia, the fibrous band that supports the arch of the foot, is at the root of this condition.

Heel discomfort is the most prominent sign of this condition. It will be felt from the first steps in the morning or after a lengthy period of sitting.

You can find plantar fasciitis symptoms, causes, and remedies are listed below.

A person with plantar fasciitis will feel discomfort when they first walk in the morning, but it will subside over the day. They will also experience discomfort after sitting for an extended period of time.

Plantar fasciitis can also cause the following symptoms:

  • Pain when palpating your arch or when pressing on your heel;
  • Standing or walking causes pain, which might worsen over time;
  • Tension on the outside of the foot, which can cause compensating foot and leg discomfort;
  • A condition...

Foot bunion (hallux valgus)

Is it difficult to walk on your foot because of a deformity in the big toe area? Is your big toe extending from the base due to the same deformity? Do you have pain and inflammation in your joints?

If this is the case, consult a podiatrist right away because you most likely have a bunion (hallux valgus).

Don't be deceived if the bunion appears to be painless at first.

Hallux valgus can produce a variety of unpleasant symptoms, ranging from minor aches and pains to ingrown toenails and mobility issues.

Here's a rundown of the signs and symptoms of a bunion:

  • The appearance of a hump at the base of the big toe caused by a common joint displacement
  • Beginning of the displacement of the big toe towards the 2nd toe
  • Appearance of joint stiffness and pain when moving straight
  • Having trouble putting on shoes (widening of the forefoot)
  • Second toe deforms and becomes clawed or...

Metatarsalgia

Do you ever get a pain in the foot that makes you feel like you have needles or pebbles in your shoes? If so, you may have metatarsalgia.

This is what we call the pain in the area of ​​the foot sole, between the arch of the foot and the toes. If you have metatarsalgia, you may experience pain in a very localized area or on your entire forefoot.

Metatarsalgia is basically caused by inflammation. Often, the patient who suffers will feel that their socks are always bunched up at the base of the toes. Sometimes they will even feel like they are walking with a pebble or needles in their shoe.

  • Burning sensation at the front of the foot
  • Swelling of the front part of the foot
  • Swelling on the front and top of feet
  • Calluses on the front part of the feet
  • Difficulty crouching down on bent toes
  • Twinge in the foot phalanges

Metatarsalgia can be caused by a number...

Morton’s neuroma

Do you suffer from foot pain that resembles electric shocks in the forefoot, followed by numbness in your toes? If you experience this, it can be symptoms caused by neuroma, also known as Morton’s neuroma.

This problem is due to a thickening of the nerves located between the toes, as a result of compression or friction. This leads to inflammation, numbness, burning or a sensation of small electrical discharges felt in the toes.

Although there is no outward sign of this condition, neuroma triggers several uncomfortable sensations in different areas of the foot.

  • Numbness and tingling in your toes
  • Sensation of burning in the forefoot
  • Sensation of having a bunched up sock under your toes
  • Sensation of small electrical shocks in your toes
  • Toe cramps

These symptoms are aggravated if you remain standing for long periods of time or if you wear narrow shoes that are not...

Ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis)

Ingrown toenails are a frequent nail issue that can be extremely painful and even incapacitating. It's identified by a toenail that grows into the flesh and punctures it.

Ingrown toenails cause irritation and, in the worst-case scenario, infection, resulting in painful toes.

As a result, it is critical to address the problem as soon as possible in order to prevent the situation from spiralling out of control.

Let's look at the causes, symptoms, and remedies for ingrown toenails.

An ingrown toenail can be identified by a variety of symptoms. Inflammatory redness, pain when squeezed, and, in some circumstances, blood or pus on the side of your nail are all possible symptoms.

However, keep in mind that an ingrown toenail has three stages;

  • First stage: there is a small inflammation and pain when pressed.
  • Second stage: we observe an infection and the wound becomes more visible.
  • Third stage:...

Plantar warts: causes, symptoms and treatment

A viral infection is what causes a plantar wart, which is a skin lesion. It can either stay dormant for years or develop and spread quickly. It's a contagious skin condition that affects you and those around you.

The HPV, or human papillomavirus, creates these lesions. Despite the fact that it is a harmless virus, it is recommended that you get treatment as soon as possible to get rid of it.

The plantar wart frequently appears as a tiny, rough, spherical, and flat lump. It will manifest itself in a variety of ways.

  • Appearance: it consists of spongy, brownish or yellowish tissue with small black dots;
  • Size: it can measure from a few millimeters to several centimeters in diameter;
  • Pain: plantar warts can be painful, even though they are uncommon. Friction or a pressure point can produce this type of pain, which can become severe;
  • Posture problem: the foot pain caused by the plantar wart can lead to a foot positioning...

Nail fungus (Onychomycosis)

If you suffer from a nail infection like nail fungus (onychomycosis), don’t let this problem go untreated. Most often affecting the big toe, it is a fungal infection that causes pain and that is very difficult to treat.

However, if you take the time, it is possible to get rid of it. Read on for further information on nail fungus.

Onychomycosis is a fungal infection, that is, caused by fungi. It causes different symptoms in the affected individual. The main symptoms associated with this podiatric problem include:

  • Nail discoloration (it becomes white, yellow or brown)
  • Nail that grows thicker, curls up or changes shape
  • Nail that breaks more easily
  • Painful, infected nail
  • Residue under the nail

As mentioned below, it is very difficult to rid oneself of an infection like onychomycosis. So, as recommended by podiatrists, if you suffer from any of these symptoms, do not...

Corns, calluses and severe corns

Corns, calluses and severe corns are formations of dead flesh under the feet. They can be embarrassing for people when they walk or exercise.

Often, people with delicate feet tend to suffer more. However, this foot problem is easily treated.

It is common for an individual to develop skin problems. However, it is important to know the difference between the 3 pathologies described below.

  • Corn: this is a localized area of skin that thickens a lot. When a cluster forms, it bores into the skin and causes pain similar to that of a pebble in a shoe.
  • Callus: a corn has several names, like callosity or hyperkeratosis. It is characterized by an accumulation of excessive layers of skin and can form cracks in the heel if not treated.
  • Severe corn: these are also corns, but in their case, they are more advanced. They are painful, with a brownish center. They develop because of excessive pressure on the skin that has...

Heel spur (Lenoir’s thorn)

When you place your foot on the ground, do you feel discomfort beneath your heel?

Seeing as calcification under the calcaneus is quite common, Lenoir's thorn might be the disease that affects you.

The heel spur, known as Lenoir's thorn, is a bony protrusion on the inside of your heel. This anatomical structure can be seen by X-ray.

People with this condition frequently experience pain in their heels while taking their first steps in the morning or after sitting for a long period. They may also notice a painful spot in their heel, such as a spur.

Imaging is usually used to detect this structure. It is very difficult to feel by touch.

Let's take a look at what makes heel spurs develop, as well as the therapies that can help you get rid of the discomfort they produce.

Heel spurs usually do not cause any symptoms.

When walking or standing for lengthy periods of time, the majority of persons with this...

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot develops as a result of the neuropathy that comes with poorly managed diabetes. When blood sugar levels are excessively high for an extended length of time, it impairs a person's neurological system.

The injury results in a lack of sensation in the lower limbs, among other things. Peripheral neuropathy is the medical term for this condition.

Blood vessel constriction is also caused by poorly managed blood sugar levels. Wounds and ulcers form more easily and heal more slowly as a result of inadequate circulation.

If left untreated, these two factors explain the dangers of a diabetic foot. A diabetic foot sufferer may have trouble recognizing a wound or a temperature change. As a result, individuals may be unable to discern between discomfort that requires the attention of a podiatrist or other health care provider.

Diabetic foot is a severe disease that can lead to gangrene and, in the worst-case scenario, amputation. That's...

Treatments provided

Foot orthotics

The primary goal of plantar orthotics is to improve the function of your foot in order to correct various biomechanical flaws or posture issues. They are used to compensate for certain deficiencies in your foot. Because they are custom designed specifically for your condition, the orthosis is perfectly adapted to the shape of your foot to optimize its function.

In addition to relieving any pain you may experience, a custom-made foot orthosis is adapted to the morphology of your feet, and redistributes the pressure exerted on them. It can therefore be used to treat many pathologies and deformities. Remember that the health of your feet is important to be able to perform your daily activities.  

To ensure your orthotics treatment provides effective results, the podiatrist will have to evaluate you and design a custom casting of your feet. You will be cared for during all stages of the process, to ensure you receive the correct orthosis, which you can...

Cortisone injections

Cortisone injections, sometimes referred to as “cortisone infiltration,” are often a beneficial podiatry treatment used to relieve acute or chronic pain related to various musculoskeletal issues. Actually, cortisone is a hormone frequently used as an anti-inflammatory to relieve certain joint pains, rashes, inflammation or swelling.

Learn more about cortisone injections, an effective treatment with numerous benefits, but which must generally be used in the short term, with care and discernment, by a healthcare professional.

Ingrown toenail treatment by a podiatrist

An ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis) is an inflammation caused by a portion of a nail (usually on the big toe) penetrating the surrounding skin.

While usually minor, it is nonetheless a common nail problem that can result in pain and inconvenience in your daily life. If the ingrown toenail is not treated, it may lead to inflammation and exacerbate the pain in the foot.

Do not worry, however, as there are a variety of useful therapies available to help you get rid of ingrown toenails and get your feet back on track. Learn more in this article. 

Medical nail clipping is one of the most traditional nail care procedures. Nail clipping is a common solution for ingrown toenail problems that is performed by a podiatrist or a specialized nurse (assistant). Professionals in the field of foot care can customize a cut to your nail's condition.

Nail care, on the other hand, is more than simple nail trimming, as antibiotic creams or baths can...

A podiatrist’s treatment for plantar warts

Plantar warts are common skin lesions that can be quite unsightly. They are often harmless, although they can be infectious and unpleasant.

In reality, these growths on the foot might cause bleeding or create other issues such as irritation, pain, or infectious cellulitis in the long run.

Furthermore, if you are diabetic, elderly, or immunosuppressed, your plantar warts are more likely to cause problems.

Fortunately, plantar warts may be treated in a variety of ways to reduce the risk of infection and consequences. Let's have a look at those.

Your podiatrist can write you a prescription for painless wart treatment at home. The majority of these medicines are used topically.

Prescription medication care can:

  • Treat plantar warts at home;
  • Treat plantar warts completely painlessly.

However, this type of treatment...

  • Is usually longer lasting;
  • Must be...

Ultrasound guided injection

Ultrasound-guided injection can be used to deliver treatment directly to the affected area.

It may contain an anti-inflammatory solution, similar to the cortisone injection in the foot.

Ultrasound-guided injections, however, are more typically utilized to guide a medical practitioner during surgery on minor foot structures.

This type of infiltration not only relieves pain in pathologies including osteoarthritis of the big toe, plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma, and other plantar ailments, but it also allows for viscosupplementation and hyaluronic acid injection into particular joints.

This treatment offers pain alleviation that is both effective and safe.

Discover what makes this modern process unique, as well as how it can be beneficial for you.

Podiatrists can work safely and efficiently with ultrasound injection.

Although such a guiding device is occasionally required for cortisone injection in the...

Therapeutic laser treatment

Minimally invasive and highly effective, the therapeutic laser is a modern treatment for foot pain.

The laser treatment performed in the clinic relies on technology that thoroughly heals the damaged tissue through photobiomodulation.

This method accelerates the body's natural healing process, similarly to ShockWave therapy.

The therapeutic laser treatment provides relief from chronic pain, acute pain as well as post-surgery complaints.

This treatment uses safe beams of light, also known as high-power laser therapy.

When these light beams hit the skin, they penetrate the structures at the surface. Adding slight pressure may also allow the laser to reach deeper into the affected tissues.

Once they have penetrated the epidermis, the beams of radiation that reach the tissue are absorbed by melanin and hemoglobin.

As a result, the patient feels almost immediate relief when this energetic phenomenon is then...

ShockWave therapy

ShockWave therapy was first used to break up kidney stones.

This therapeutic technology, however, has been adapted to other medicinal purposes as well. Nowadays, podiatrists use it in the clinic to treat difficult-to-repair musculoskeletal injuries.Acoustic waves are at the core of the ShockWave therapy. Through a sequence of high-speed shocks, it strengthens the body and aids in the recovery of painful foot disorders. Most notably, it is used to treat plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, and heel spur.

In the case of ShockWave therapy, the podiatrist treats plantar conditions with a special device that includes an applicator.

When the applicator emits a high-intensity pulse, it is transmitted through the skin to the tissue that requires treatment.

By inducing microtrauma around the affected region, this technique aims to cause an inflammatory response in the body.

While it may appear counterproductive, it is a powerful...

Digital radiography of the foot

Digital radiography of the feet is performed at a clinic. This technique creates a medical image using X-rays to view the foot’s bone and joint structure.

With just one visit, digital imaging allows the podiatrist to make a rapid and accurate diagnosis of any issues affecting the feet.

Foot ultrasound imaging

A musculo-skeletal ultrasound of the foot is a medical imaging technique used to examine pathologies that affect soft tissues such as ligaments, tendons, nerves and muscles. Complementary to the clinical examination, a foot ultrasound provides an accurate diagnosis and is used to design a more structured treatment plan for patients.

A foot ultrasound is an imaging technique that does not use radiation, and is completely safe. Children, adults and seniors can all benefit from this service, regardless of their physical condition.

Easily administered, a foot ultrasound provides results almost equivalent to those of an MRI, ensuring rapid...

Evaluating Children’s Feet

Children’s bone structure remains malleable until the growth process is complete. Having your children’s feet evaluated by a competent foot care professional will ensure proper management of any foot pathology that may worsen over the years.

Thus, when taken care of early enough, it is possible to improve your child’s postural development and correct any foot issues for the rest of their lives!

Foot care – Nails, corns and calluses treatment

Performed by a podiatrist, foot care includes many treatments and assessments aimed at preventing pain, reducing restrictions and promoting comfort. They can even be performed at home by a specialized caregiver.

A versatile professional, the podiatrist uses a variety of treatments to the benefit of your feet:

  • Physical treatments;
  • Pharmacological treatments;
  • Orthopedic treatments;
  • Surgical treatments.

A number of cases require foot care to be performed in a professional clinic. Therefore, the podiatrist and their team can provide you with a complete service to prevent and treat your foot pathologies. Naturally, all of this is done with clean, sterilized equipment.

Read on to learn more about the different treatment options.

Among the common foot treatments performed in podiatry you can find:

  • The application of special creams;
  • The prescription of medicines;
  • Foot...

Biomechanical exam

Comprehensive biomechanical examinations are carried out in a podiatric clinic in order to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition. It is thus possible to establish the best possible treatment plan. During your visit, podiatric doctors who provide advanced expertise will evaluate you.

A complete examination done in a podiatric clinic includes:

Postural evaluation with CryoVizion

Postural evaluation is a valuable tool for a complete and accurate evaluation. This computer-assisted system analyzes the light reflected by the body in order to detect any anatomical variations indicative of various pathologies of the feet and the body, without the use of radiation, waves or any other processes that may be harmful to your health. CryoVizion allows the podiatrist to conduct a preliminary objective evaluation of the patient and follow their progress while being treated with plantar orthotics.

Postural imaging makes it possible to:

  • Help establish an accurate diagnosis
  • Customize treatment for maximum benefit
  • Show the benefits of a treatment
  • Show how a plantar orthosis is helping your posture
  • Measure the feet in a qualitative and quantitative manner

2D and 3D digital imaging

Foot digitization consists of capturing the imprint of the feet using various devices to establish an accurate diagnosis. This technique is particularly useful when it comes to designing custom-made plantar orthotics. 

2D impressions are taken using a podograph. A kind of pressure-sensitive cushion, a scan or a mirror, the podograph detects and shows a perfect image of the foot's plantar surface. 

On the other hand, the 3D scanning method requires the contribution of a three-dimensional sensor. It can accurately reproduce the entire morphology of the foot.

These scanning methods make it possible to conceptualize the foot and determine the source of discomfort extremely rapidly.

For the podiatrist, taking an imprint is both a diagnostic measure and a solution for creating highly sophisticated foot orthotics.

In addition to creating high-precision orthotics, foot scanning plays a key role in understanding postural...

Nail culture

Nail culture consists of taking nail and skin fragments from under a nail that appears to be affected by a fungus.

The main purpose of this procedure is to rule out a diagnosis of various pathologies comparable to fungal toenail disease. 

Examples include eczema or psoriasis, which may have similar symptoms but do not require the same treatment as onychomycosis.

Minimally invasive, nail culture has many benefits. 

One of these is to facilitate the detection of a fungal foot infection that is difficult to treat if not treated early.

Learn how nail culture fits into the podiatrist's arsenal of diagnostic tools and how it can help in selecting the right treatment for you.

Some symptoms of nail fungus are similar to other skin infections such as  psoriasis and eczema when left untreated. 

The following symptoms are similar to those of nail fungus and are sometimes observed in patients with...

Therapeutic foot taping

Therapeutic taping consists of adhesive bandage that is strategically applied to specific areas in order to increase muscle tone or reduce pain associated with certain movements.

Contrary to popular belief, therapeutic taping helps more than just for athletes.

While its use is widespread among runners and tennis players, therapeutic taping is also suitable for the general population.

It is efficient for relieving very specific joint and muscle pain, however therapeutic taping cannot be applied just anywhere at random.

That's why it's important to trust a qualified professional such as a podiatrist to perform the taping.

If you have been struggling with muscle pain or tension for some time, therapeutic taping may be right for you.

Taping is often used in addition to physiotherapy and plays a therapeutic role for many people.

This comes in 3 types: athletic taping, neuro-proprioceptive taping and finally...

Manual foot therapy

Podiatrists are trained to perform foot mobilizations. They are able to perform an articular evaluation of your feet as well as any symptoms felt. Following this evaluation, the podiatrist designs a personalized treatment plan to improve the articular architecture of your feet.

The podiatrist performs gentle and precise foot manipulations to help improve your feet’s functioning and alleviate your pain. You will thus benefit from optimal biomechanics. Your feet will be better adapted to your daily activities: walking, running, golf, etc.

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Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté podiatrist

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Dr. Karine Poulin podiatrist

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Dr. Simon Desrochers podiatrist

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Dr. Annabel Bourgault podiatrist

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Dr. Alexandre Lottinville podiatrist

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Tabatha Ross foot care auxiliary nurse

Jean-René Piette foot care auxiliary nurse

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Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté podiatrist

Podiatrist Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté is the co-owner of two PiedRéseau clinics. He is a practitioner who is both ambitious and attentive to the needs of his clientele. A practicing podiatrist since 2014, Dr. Beaudoin, podiatrist knows how to properly guide his patients through every stage of podiatric treatment. He now works full time at the PiedRéseau podiatric clinic in Sherbrooke.

A flawless academic background

Dr. Beaudoin-Côté, podiatrist, is a versatile health professional with a degree in podiatric medicine at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières. Prior to completing his studies at the university, he also participated in a professional development internship at the esteemed New York College of Podiatric Medicine. This immersive experience allowed him to become well acquainted with a variety of patient cases and to solidify the skills he had already acquired.

Always on the lookout for ways to improve his clinical practice, he has completed a training in manual foot therapy. The addition of this skill allows him to better understand and treat athletes who consult him.

In the same vein, podiatrist Dr. Beaudoin-Côté also has a foot ultrasound certificate and the authorization to perform ultrasound-guided procedures as well as diagnostic examinations.

Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté, DPM, provides comprehensive podiatric treatments while keeping a keen interest in biomechanics and the treatment of sports injuries.

An ambitious podiatrist who knows how to help you

Always keeping a close look on innovations that improve his field, Dr. Beaudoin-Côté, podiatrist, is a determined podiatrist who is confident in the success of his interventions.

Despite his more than busy schedule, Dr. Beaudoin-Côté, podiatrist, is interested in eventually putting his passion for sport to good use by attending various events as a volunteer podiatrist.

From podopediatric treatments to more routine interventions, podiatrist Dr. Gabriel Beaudoin-Côté knows exactly how to meet his patients’ needs.

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Dr. Simon Desrochers podiatrist

Recently graduated from the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR), podiatrist Dr Simon Desrochers obtained his doctorate in podiatric medicine in 2020.

Newly arrived at the heart of the Pied Réseau Granby team, he can draw on expertise from the multiple podiatry courses that he completed in Montreal surgeries, as well as in private practices throughout the Estrie region (Granby, Sherbrooke, and Magog).

Despite already being fully qualified, Desrochers is committed to continuing his education and growing his knowledge as far as possible, particularly with the help of a foot ultrasonography course.

A professional who is eager to make new discoveries

Hoping to familiarize himself with the full range of groundbreaking techniques and technologies available to care for his patients, podiatrist Dr Desrochers can rely on an exceptional team to help him perfect his practice and offer a full, personalized service to everyone he treats.

Inspired by the latest innovations and breakthroughs, Desrochers made the choice to work in Granby partly due to the up-to-date equipment that it offers.

The young professional makes use of the newest equipment to help ease the pains and restrictions of a wide variety of patients. In particular, he can carry out analysis of their gait, and perform bio-mechanical examinations of weight distribution, with the help of a state-of-the-art system.

This allows Desrochers to provide crucial assistance to active, sporty individuals, amongst others. His techniques are also particularly helpful to people suffering from a loss of feeling, or problems with mobility, balance, or motor function.

An active, passionate podiatrist

An active alpine ski enthusiast, Dr Desrochers DPM is particularly interested in sport podiatry, planar orthoses, and foot ultrasonography. With passion and determination, this young podiatrist continues to involve himself as much as possible in the podiatry community in order to develop his skills, with a strong focus on the sporting field.

You can rely on the professionalism and devotion of Dr Simon Desrochers, and the whole team at the Pied Reseau Sherbrooke clinic.

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Dr. Annabel Bourgault podiatrist

Dr. Annabel Bourgault, Podiatrist

The journey of Dr. Annabel Bourgault, a podiatrist, is impressive in terms of the diversity and breadth of her skills. Holding a Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine from UQTR, she honed her expertise during several internships in her final year of study. In contact with several podiatrists specializing in osseous surgery, she refined her understanding of foot osseous surgeries. Subsequently, she strengthened her skills in complex wound care at the Complex Wound Clinic of Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis Hospital, as well as at the Diabetic Foot Clinic at the Lanaudière Hospital Center in Joliette.

Dr. Bourgault’s achievements are driven by her commitment to not only provide effective treatments to her patients but also to help support their long-term healing. This essential need was observed particularly in diabetic patients to prevent recurrences. Today, Dr. Bourgault, a podiatrist, offers podiatric care that meets the highest quality standards, whether it’s dermatological care, pain relief, or the treatment of foot injuries.

Dedicated and compassionate, Dr. Bourgault, a podiatrist, has been committed to her community since her years of study, taking on responsibilities in community podiatric clinics. Her involvement in the well-being of her patients continues today. In order to provide them with increasingly specialized care, she is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Exercise Science.

Dr. Alexandre Lottinville podiatrist

A Unique and Distinguished Journey

Dr. Lottinville, a podiatrist, initially earned a bachelor’s degree in ecology from the University of Sherbrooke in 2016, providing him with a strong scientific foundation and developing his critical thinking skills. With this solid base, combined with several years of experience in the environmental field, he then transitioned to the healthcare sector and successfully completed his undergraduate degree in podiatric medicine at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.

Dr. Lottinville advocates for interprofessional collaboration and believes that to effectively relieve his patients’ symptoms, he must first identify the source of their problems. Recognizing the importance of evidence-based practices and staying updated on knowledge in the field, he enhances his mastery of vascular, neurological, dermatological, biomechanical examination techniques, and medical imaging. Through gait analysis and the study of anatomy, he establishes clear and precise diagnoses that allow him to effectively treat his patients’ pain.

In addition to the knowledge and skills gained during his doctorate, he was the first student to undertake an internship at the prestigious Zivot Limb Preservation Centre in Calgary. This renowned hospital-based institute allowed him to further refine his expertise in wound care and surgical techniques, including amputations. Diabetic patients suffering from foot lesions or ulcers can rely on his expertise in a humane and friendly environment.

An Active and Bold Podiatrist

It is this compassion and altruism that led Dr. Lottinville, a podiatrist, to undertake several humanitarian trips and various conservation missions worldwide. Having lived internationally for several years, this adventurer demonstrates great adaptability and open-mindedness. Passionate about nature and health, he enjoys outdoor sports such as hiking, running, and particularly alpine skiing during his leisure time.

Attentive and empathetic, podiatrist Alexandre Lottinville is committed to treating you with the utmost respect and honesty.

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