About

Podiatry

The podiatrist is the paramedic who specializes in foot conditions and the impact they have on the upper parts (ankle, knee, hip and back pain).

He practices foot care (healthy or pathological), biomechanical analyses (includes analysis of walking/running and posture, as well as the making of orthopedic soles.

The podiatrist is also indispensable in certain chronic diseases such as diabetes, rheumatism.

About

My name is Pauline Daniel.

I am a Pedicure-Podiatrist with a degree, approved and graduated from a full-time continuing education over 3 years at the Leonardo da Vinci High-School in Brussels and at the School of Podology of the Universidad de Valencia in Spain.

Passionate about my job, I’m constantly improving myself in order to practice techniques at the cutting edge of podiatry with blamless hygiene. Also very interested in aromatherapy, I can suggest personalized treatments based on essential oils in the case of certain pathologies.

 

As a therapist, I commit to treating you in two ways: the curative and the preventive.

Indeed, it’s important to stop the pain but it’s also important to treat the causes of these pains so that they don’t reappear.

Take care of all your feet and not just your subject consultation is also one my values. Specializing in foot conditions, I must let you leave with fully examined and cared feet. Specific and general advice will also be provided.

Consultation can be realized in :

Location

Centre Médical Hankar 1
Gustave jean Leclercq street, 3
1160 Auderghem (Brussels)
(50m from Hankar metro stop, ground floor)
 
 
Opening times:
Tuesday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Thrusday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Home care

I can move all over Brussels to do home care as far as the medical context requires.

Running shoes advisor atTrakks shop in Bruxelles-Schuman

Choosing a shoe is a lot more complicated than it sounds. My goal is to accompany you in store to advise you the pair of shoes that will be the most suitable for you (type of terrain, distances, strides, your goals, your pain...).