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3621 Pasqua St.,
Regina, SK S4S 6W8
Foot Rub

Welcome To Our Practice in Regina, SK

Keeping you active and on your feet-that’s our first priority at Regina Family Foot Clinic, your qualified podiatrists in Regina. The first step to healthy feet and improved foot function begins with a visit to our new and expanded clinic.

We strive to improve your foot health by utilizing the latest treatment techniques and procedures. Walk into our office, and walk out with an improved foot health. Our podiatrists look forward to caring for you!

All our professionals at Regina Family Foot Clinic maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.

Team

 

Nick Perry, DPodM, MChS

Podiatrist in Regina, SK

Regina Family Foot Clinic

Dr. Nick Perry was born and raised in the United Kingdom and completed his studies in 1981 in Podiatric Medicine in London at the University of Westminster - Division of Podiatric Medicine.

Prior to immigrating to Canada, he was employed in the public and private practice in Buckinghamshire for five years. He worked in public practice in Rosetown, Saskatchewan from 1985 to 1990. In 1990 he was selected to become the Director of the Saskatchewan Podiatry Program and directed the program until 1995. He then performed consulting work for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health from 1995 until 1998, when he went back into Private Practice.

In 1995 Dr. Perry authored a scientific article entitled “Lowering the risk of amputation in Type II Diabetes”, which looked at the costs associated with lower extremity amputation in Saskatchewan. This was subsequently published in the Saskatchewan Epidemiology Journal.

His areas of interest in podiatry are varied and include minor surgery, diabetic foot health, biomechanics, podopediatrics, general podiatric care and foot mobilization therapy (FMT). He is currently one of three podiatrists in the province certified to perform FMT. He is also an excellent public speaker and talks to a wide variety of groups, both community and professional on foot health education.

Outside of work his interests are woodworking, fostering rescue cats and racing vintage snowmobiles (because they didn't have any of these in England!). His goal in patient care is to provide evidence-based podiatric medicine to his patients in a confident, knowledgeable and friendly manner.

Mino Deiana, BSc, DPodM

Podiatrist in Regina, SK

Regina Family Foot Clinic


Dr. Mino Deiana was born and raised in Regina. He attended the University of Regina and Salford University in Manchester, England, obtaining his degree in podiatric medicine in 1994. He first worked for the Five Hills Health Region in Moose Jaw, specializing in geriatric and diabetic foot and wound care.  In 1998 he opened the Regina Family Foot Clinic with Dr. Nick Perry.  Mino has also previously operated satellite clinics at the University of Regina Allied Health Centre from 2005-2010 and Synergy Health and Wellness from 2010-2014. He is currently vice president of the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists and has also served as registrar of the College from 2009-2012. He is a member of the Saskatchewan Podiatry AssociationCFPM and AAWC, and has enjoyed volunteering for Special Olympics Saskatchewan in providing foot assessments to athletes.

Mino has a special interest in running biomechanics and running injuries, and has worked extensively with local competitive runners and triathletes. He is certified in level 1 foot mobilization techniques (FMT).

He is actively involved in the Canadian Italian Club of Regina. He enjoys running, cycling, snowboarding and skiing with his family, and cheering on his kids with their sports and music interests.

Dr. Axel Rohrmann

Podiatrist in Regina, SK

Regina Family Foot Clinic

Born and raised in South Africa, Dr. Rohrmann completed his studies in Podiatric Medicine through the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. In 2000, he moved to Singapore, where he set up Podiatry services in Changi General Hospital and served as head of the program for the next four years. Then, looking for new challenges, he worked in a number of other hospitals and clinics, helping to set up several podiatry programs.

In 2005 - 2006, Dr. Rohrmann took on a position with ASICS South East Asia as lead in their research and development team while participating in a reality TV show for budding business entrepreneurs. Ultimately, Dr. Rohrmann and his partner, Mr. Andy Zhao, won this competition, which assisted in developing a franchise opportunity for a shoe retail concept store, providing dress shoes with both fashion desire and sport shoe technology.

In the summer of 2007, he arrived in Canada and immediately started work with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region Podiatry program, for which he was the Clinical Head Podiatrist. During his time with the RQHR, he established a High Risk Foot Clinic with a focus on wound care, limb salvage and amputation prevention. He also developed strong ties with the Michener Institute of Toronto and was awarded status appointment as clinical educator.

Dr. Rohrmann is actively involved in research and education and also holds the position of Registrar of the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists. He serves on various provincial and national boards, committees, and advisory panels to promote best practices in podiatry.
His passion is feet and foot health and he will stop at nothing to get you back on your feet.

Dr. Suresh Ram, D. Pod. M

Podiatrist in Regina, SK

Regina Family Foot Clinic

Originally from Kenya, Dr. Ram obtained an undergraduate diploma in podiatric medicine from Westminster University.  London (formerly Chelsea School of Chiropody). Following graduation, he worked in London as the Chief Podiatrist at Scholl’s International for 12 years.   In addition he obtained Certification in Local Analgesia from The Society of Chiropodists and a Certificate in Skin Surgery from North London Post Graduate Group.

Dr. Ram immigrated to Regina in 1976 and ran a domiciliary practice.  In 1977, he spearheaded a 6 month pilot project at the Regina Community Clinic to assess the demand for podiatry.  The subsequent report and recommendations were submitted to the Department of Health.
In January 1984, Saskatchewan Health created the Chiropody Program (now called the Podiatry Program).  Dr. Ram joined Saskatchewan Health in 1984 and worked for 25 ½ years until his retirement.  His special interests were and continue to include nail surgery, diabetic foot problems and biomechanical assessments.

Drs. Ram and Haverstock co-authored “Calcaneal Fracture” which was published in the “British Podiatric Journal”. In May 2005 Dr. Ram received the Saskatchewan Association of Chiropodists “Life Time Achievement Award” in recognition of his years of service to the Association and his dedication towards providing exceptional podiatric care to residents of Saskatchewan.  In June 2014 Dr. Ram received an award for 50 years practice in Podiatry from the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists. Dr. Ram continues to be an active member of the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists.  He has held several executive posts including vice-president, secretary, registrar and treasurer.
Dr. Ram worked at Lewvan Walk-In Medical and Foot Care Clinic for 6 years and is presently employed at the Regina Family Foot Clinic.  He is also active in Masonry and the Shriners.

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3621 Pasqua St.Regina, SK S4S 6W8