Megan Grantham, DCh, is a Registered Chiropodist with Cleveland Clinic Canada’s Sports Health team.
A Chiropodist is a primary healthcare provider educated exclusively in the assessment of the foot as well as the treatment and prevention of diseases, disorders, or dysfunctions of the foot by therapeutic, orthotic or palliative means. Chiropodists provide patients with complete nail and skin care and assess the biomechanics of the feet and lower limbs to prescribe and fit patients with custom foot orthotics. Chiropodists have an extensive knowledge and play a key role in the prevention and management of diabetic foot conditions.
When Ms. Grantham is not at Cleveland Clinic Canada, 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.
Raised in Scotland, Ontario, Ms. Grantham went on to earn her Bachelor of Science specializing in Kinesiology from 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. This included an internship at Women’s College Hospital in the wound care centre. Through the Ontario Society of Chiropodists, Ms. Grantham has taken an additional course in soft tissue surgeries and procedures.
In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities, traveling and cooking.
- Advanced Diploma in Chiropody
- Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Sciences
- University of Waterloo
Department of Kinesiology
- SOADI - Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative
- College of Chiropodist of Ontario
- Ontario Society of Chiropodists
- Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine