Dr. Marczuk provides toe consultations for Vandenbos toe surgery.
Booking initial consultation:
****PLEASE NOTE: Dr. Marczuk does not do toenail removal so please refer elsewhere for that.****
Patients with a valid OHIP health card (must be current, valid and NOT expired):
- Have your doctor fax us a referral (our fax # is 866-488-1457) for a toe consultation (required). You can be referred by your family doctor, walk-in clinics, or urgent care centres. Note: You can book with our walk-in clinic for a referral.
- Our staff will review the referral, if valid information (and valid health card #) is received then we will enter your information to our system and we’ll reply to the referring physician’s office with your initial consultation appointment date (this is in-person at our clinic). Your referring physician’s office will then notify you of the appointment. You will also receive email/text reminders from our clinic prior to the appointment.
- At your initial consultation visit, Dr. Marczuk examines you if you need the surgery. If the surgery is deemed necessary, you will be required to fill consent forms and your surgery appointment will be booked
- After the procedure, the doctor will instruct you to book a follow-up appointment (for a certain time after procedure) and you will visit this webpage (below) to book the follow-up.
If you experience issues (e.g. infection) with the toe after surgery, you can always visit this page again to book another follow-up appointment with Dr. Marczuk.
Booking toe follow up visits
Toe consultations for patients without OHIP
Patients without OHIP coverage – please contact our office directly (private pay) via email to [email protected] to arrange a consultation. Patients from USA are also able to have their consultations/surgery at our office for a fee. We can provide receipt for charges (i.e. for insurance purposes) upon request.
Handouts for Dr. Marczuk’s Vandenbos Procedure Patients:
Post Vandenbos Procedure Patient Care Instructions Handout – this handout is given to the patient prior to surgery