Skilled in biomechanical assessment of the lower extremity. Experts in prescription, construction and fitting of orthotics.
What Is A Pedorthist?
Pedorthists certified by the College of Pedorthics of Canada use the designation, Canadian Certified Pedortists C. Ped (C). They are trained in the assessment of lower limb anatomy and biomechanics to help alleviate pain and dysfunction of the lower limbs and feet.
How Can A Pedorthist Help Me?
Pedorthists are experts in the design, construction and fitting of orthotics. They are also skilled in gait assessment and will help you and your health care team better understand how your lower limbs work and how this many be contributing to your pain and dysfunction.
At Strive we work as a team. Your Strive Pedorthist will communicate with your Physiotherapist, Massage Therapist and/or Physician, to ensure all members of your team are working together to help you get back to what you love to do.
Are Orthotics And Pedorthic Services Covered By Insurance Benefits?
Many third party extended health insurance plans provide coverage for custom foot orthotics when provided by a Canadian Certified Pedorthist. We recommend that you confirm with your insurance provider prior to your visit, so that you understand the coverage you have and if you require a prescription from a Physician first.
B.A. (Babs) Aiyede
C Ped (C)
Canadian Certified Pedorthist
Babs Aiyede is a Canadian Certified Pedorthist specializing in lower limb biomechanics, orthotic therapy, running injuries, and therapeutic footwear. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo and is a member of both the College of Pedorthics of Canada and the Pedorthic Association of Canada.
Pedorthic Assessment 60 minutes
Pedorthic Consultation 30 minutes
Effective January 1st 2020
Custom Foot Orthotics:
Subsequent Pair (within 3 months)