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Welcome to Richmond Square Medical Centre Podiatry. Our foot and ankle specialists provide comprehensive foot and ankle care ranging from surgical to non-surgical treatments for conditions of the foot and ankle. Our specialists have extensive experience with forefoot reconstruction, sports injuries, trauma and diabetic limb-salvage.

Our Foot and Ankle Surgeons


Dr. Karim Manji, DPM FACFAS


Section of Podiatric Surgery, Department of Surgery, Peter Lougheed Centre
Clinical Lecturer, University of Calgary, Department of Surgery

Director, Limb Preservation Centre

Peter Lougheed Centre

Chair, Association of Alberta Podiatric Surgeons

Specialty training in:

  • Diabetic Limb Salvage and Wound Care
  • Trauma
  • Foot and Ankle Reconstructive Surgery
  • Sports Injuries


Dr. John Toole

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Dr. Toole was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He received his BA from the University of Western Ontario and BSc from the University of Manitoba. His medical training started at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, Illinois and obtained his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. After completing his medical degree he did his residency at Presence Saint Joseph Hospital in Chicago and was appointed Chief Resident of the Podiatric Surgery Residency Program. After residency he was accepted for fellowship at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky where he specialized in Foot Reconstruction and Diabetic Limb Preservation. Dr. Toole is based out of the Peter Lougheed Center with his office at the Richmond Square Medical Center. Dr. Toole is accepting patients for foot reconstruction, toe deformities, foot trauma and diabetic foot care.






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Richmond Square Medical Centre
#142, 3715 - 51 Street SW
Calgary, AB T3E 6V2

Common Foot and Ankle Problems

  • High Arched Foot
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Mortons Neuroma
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Shin Splints

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