Megan Grantham, DCh, is a registered Chiropodist with Cleveland Clinic Canada’s Sports Health team. In her role she assesses the biomechanics of the feet and lower limbs. She also analyzes the gait pattern to see how the mechanics of the feet impact the whole body. She treats foot ailments related to diabetes. When Ms. Grantham is not at our clinic, she works at Omni Foot Clinic in Burlington, Ontario. In addition to her clinical work, she is also a registered Chiropodist with the Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (SOADI) and treats patients on the Six Nations Indian Reserve in Ohsweken, Ontario.
After growing up in Scotland, Ontario, Ms. Grantham went on to earn her Bachelor of Science specializing in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. Further developing her education in health sciences, she completed her Advanced Diploma in Chiropody at the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in Toronto which included an internship at Women’s College Hospital in the wound care centre.
In her spare time she plays basketball and volleyball, enjoys cooking and musical theatre.
Education / Training
Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology)– University of Waterloo – Waterloo, ON
Advanced Diploma in Chiropody – Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences – Toronto, ON
SOADI - Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative