Nova Scotia Chiropody Association was founded in 1996 and was one of the first associations to register chiropodists in Nova Scotia.  All members practise chiropody and are able to diagnose and treat common foot disorders including diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Other listed members are also able to provide more services such as biomechanics and soft tissue surgery.

Our Standards of Practice and Code of Conduct are presented to all members of NSCA.  Whilst our procedures are well defined, it is also the responsibility of our members to abide by such standards.  The role of our members is not only to provide safe, quality care but to also accept accountability for doing so.

Our mission is to strive
to improve the
overall foot healthcare
to the public by
focussing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with the foot, as well as to facilitate the delivery of knowledge of foot healthcare in a safe and professional manner.
Nova Scotia Chiropody Association
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A few questions often asked:

What is chiropody (also known as podiatry)?
What is the difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist?
What is a chiropodist?
Why visit a chiropodist?

A career in chiropody?
What would be required to practice in Nova Scotia?