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The OPMA is a voluntary professional association established to protect and advance the interests of our members and of the podiatry profession in Ontario. 

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IF THE SHOE FITS: RUNNING SHOE GUIDE




The average moderately active person take around 7,500 step/day. If you maintain that daily average and live until 80 years of age, you'll have walked about 216,262,500 steps in your lifetime. Doing the math; the average person with the average stride living until 80 will walk a distance of around 110,000 miles.

Healthy Feet  |   Healthy Life




Hartley Miltchin, DPM,  on behalf of The Ontario Podiatric Medical Association appeared on TORONTO’S NUMBER ONE MORNING SHOW, BREAKFAST TELEVISION on CITY TV to promote FOOT HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH.

Dangers of Pedicures

Learn more about the growing dangers of pedicures and some helpful "Stay Safe" tips in an installment of CTV's "Customer Alert".



About OPMA

The OPMA is a voluntary professional association established 

to protect and advance the interests of our members 

and of the podiatry profession in Ontario.The principal 

objective of the OPMA is to have Ontario adopt a full scope podiatry model reflecting the podiatry models that exist in 

nearly all North American jurisdictions so that podiatrists

may practise to their full competencies to thebenefit of our patients and to Ontario's healthcare delivery system.



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Toll Free: 1-866-424-6762  Fax: 905-946-1517

Email: contact@opma.ca

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