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Orthotics can help prevent and treat injuries caused by the misalignment of your foot.

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Get Back on Your Feet with a Qualified Podiatrist in Calgary

When Dr. Ian Russell established Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic in 1998, he did it with patient care in mind. Today, everyone on our staff strives to put their best foot forward in meeting our patients’ needs. We work together to provide a warm and friendly environment that keeps patients coming back again. Trust us if you are looking to consult a qualified podiatrist in Calgary.

Specialized Services at Our Clinic

The following are common foot problems that we treat:

Expert Care

At Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic, we are a results-oriented Calgary podiatrist office. All our staff are highly trained to give you the best possible care. We also invest in our patient care by providing state-of-the-art equipment such as our on-site digital x-ray, lasers and premier surgical suite. We adhere to strict sterilization standards.


Dr. Russell is a board-certified foot surgeon and is a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He relies on his extra two years of surgical training and decades of experience to provide expert treatment to all his patients.


You know you’ll get expert care when you come to Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic because we have been handpicked by Three Best Rated as one of the top three podiatrists in Calgary! They check customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence to determine this list. Thank you for your patronage and support!


Individualized Treatment

We are foot experts, no matter what ailments affect your feet. From children to athletes to seniors, we provide needed treatment to patients of all ages. If your foot pain disrupts your day-to-day comfort, your athletic lifestyle, or your ability to wear fashionable shoes, we can help.

Top Convenience

Whether you are a new patient or a regular visitor, we will accommodate your request if you require an urgent foot care appointment. However, a little bit of wait time may apply as priority is given to patients with pre-booked appointments. We recommend calling ahead of time to book your appointment.


New patients do not need a referral from their primary care provider to receive treatment from our office.


Our office is conveniently located near the C-train station. We also have plenty of free parking for patients.

Have Foot Issues?

At Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic, we give your foot the treatment and care it needs.

One of the Best Foot Clinics in Calgary

Because of our range of services, superior customer service, and skilled staff, we are among the best foot clinics in this region. Our helpful staff will answer all your healthcare questions, so you never feel out of the loop about your care and recovery.


We always work to treat your problems quickly, so you don’t have to suffer in pain any longer! Our team promptly evaluates your problems to determine the perfect solution, whether supplying corrective orthotics or utilizing shockwave therapy. We also provide comprehensive and informative follow-up appointments to ensure your treatment is going as planned.

Don’t Live with Foot Pain

Call our Calgary podiatrist at 403-247-1961,send us an email at, or fill out our e-form to start feeling relief today.





Stellar, Friendly and Professional Staff

“I have been seeing Dr. Russell on-and-off for roughly two years for a chronic issue outside of his control. In this time, he and his staff have done their absolute best to assist me in any way they can. Dr. Russell is kind, warm, empathetic, and most importantly, genuinely wants to see your condition improve. His staff are stellar, friendly, and professional. His clinic is absolutely the gold standard for Podiatrists, and I am very grateful to him and his staff for the kind and warm treatment over the years.”

-James Z.


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