Office Hours

Monday – Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
(Closed between 12 PM and 1 PM)

Contact Us

Phone: (519) 337-9540
Fax: (519) 337-2566

Our Location

559 Exmouth St. at Oxford St.
Sarnia, ON
Entrance off Oxford St.


Maczko Chiropody & Orthotic Centre  is now open, and welcoming new and existing patients into our office for professional foot health assessments and treatments, as per regulations from the Ministry of Health of Ontario and the College of Chiropodists of Ontario.
All appointments must be booked by telephone by calling our office at 519-337-9540.    Please, do not come to the office to book appointments.
All patients are required to bring and wear a mask  in our office until notice.
If you are a confirmed carrier of the Covid 19 virus or show any symptoms of Respiratory illness, you must self quarantine for 14 days, and are not eligible for professional foot care treatments. Please contact your Physicians office immediately for advice and treatment options, or utilize the information listed below.

Additionally, to help you access physician support in this very challenging time, we have included some resources which may be helpful:

Also…Shoppers Drug Mart is offering access to physicians online through a portal called Maple:

We sincerely hope that all our patients will be able to remain healthy during this difficult time and we look forward to seeing you again once this crisis is behind us.

Maczko Chiropody Health Team

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Committed to excellence

Healthier Feet, One Step at a Time

Feet are an amazing complex structure containing one quarter of the body’s bones, held together with ligaments, muscles, tendons and fascia. Each day they carry you smoothly and efficiently through thousands of steps.

Sometimes biomechanical problems develop interrupting smooth, pain free gait (walking). Careful examination of your feet and gait, by a Chiropodist, is an essential step in correctly addressing your foot problems. Biomechanical problems can be simply due to body structure or related to a medical condition.

In order to address a biomechanical problem, your chiropodist may prescribe custom orthotics. Custom orthotics alter the way your feet interact with the ground. Everyone’s feet, legs, hips and biomechanics are unique. Improper foot alignment or skeletal imbalances can cause pain throughout your body by overstressing muscles, tendons, bones and joints. As you walk, custom orthotics help to control your foot motion and weight distribution. They work to eliminate the specific causes of your pain, not just the symptoms.

Early detection and recognition of foot problems is very important if one wishes to keep their feet happy and healthy.

Jamie Maczko