Staff
 
Dina - PODIATRY ASSISTANT

A podiatry assistant since 1990, Dina has come to realize that foot care plays an important role in the overall wellness of the body. She feels privileged to work with caring professionals who share this belief.

Tula - PODIATRY ASSISTANT

Tula has been an assistant since July 1996. Since then, she has come to fully appreciate this branch of medicine in all of its aspects. She firmly believes that maintaining healthy feet is just as essential as the rest of the body; “it should not be the last thing we think of!”

John - PODIATRY ASSISTANT

John recently joined the podiatry team and appreciates the consistent interaction with patients. He is quickly gaining knowledge of the feet and the important function it performs within the body and our daily activities.
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Practitioners
 
David R. Shaw, B.Sc., D.P.M. - PODIATRIST - #810896

David earned his Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from the University of Guelph, and his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. Following graduation, David completed post-graduate training in Vancouver. Highly active in the professional community, David served on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Podiatric Medical Association (OPMA) and is a member of the Canadian Podiatric Medical Association. His former positions include President of the College of Chiropodists of Ontario, Vice President of the OPMA, and Chairperson of the Ontario Ministry of Health Podiatry Review Committee. He has been in private practice in Toronto since 1982.

Lionel Warren, D.Ch. - CHIROPODIST - #040214

Lionel received an Honours Bachelor of Arts from York University. He continued his education at the Michener Institute of Applied Sciences where he graduated with a D.Ch. (Chiropody) with distinction. Since 2004, Lionel has worked with many widely-respected practitioners and in private practice.

Edward Chung, B.Sc., D.P.M. - PODIATRIST - #910927

Edward received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto in 1987, and received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 1991 from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, USA. He completed Podiatric Medical and Surgical residency at Palo Alto VA Medical Center and Stanford University Medical Center in 1992. Edward has been a solo Podiatric Medical Practitioner since 1993.

Sheldon Freelan, B.Sc., D.P.M. - PODIATRIST - #710835

Sheldon received his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Western Ontario in 1967. He then received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in 1971.

He completed his Surgical Residency in Kokomo, Indiana under Dr. T.H. Clarke. Sheldon has been a member of the Council on Education for the Canadian Podiatric Medical Association, Board of Directors for the Ontario Podiatric Medical Association, Executive Committee of the College of Chiropodists of Ontario, and past President of both the Ontario Podiatric Medical Association and the Canadian Podiatric Medical Association. He currently practices in Mississauga, Brantford, Whitby, and Toronto. 
About the Practice
 
Deer Park Podiatry is dedicated to providing patients with quality foot care. The practitioners’ knowledge, training, and experience have made them respected members of the medical community. The goal of this practice is to provide the proper diagnosis, treatment options, and strategies to prevent future problems with your feet. 
About the Clinic
 
After 27 years at the Yorkville Foot Clinic, David Shaw and the entire staff have relocated to their brand new facility at Deer Park Podiatry. The new facility features five examination rooms which allow practitioners to see patients quickly, minimizing the wait time as much as possible. Digital x-rays are taken and viewed within the same visit. Surgical procedures are performed on-site. We offer such services as: nail care, diabetic foot care, callus care, wart treatment, ingrown nail treatment, shockwave therapy, ultrasound, and custom-made orthotics. House call visits are offered for those that are physically unable to come in.