Dr. Ian G. Stewart – Podiatrist
Dr. Ian Stewart was born and raised in Wales, UK and is the father of 7 children, 12 grandchildren, and 5 great grandchildren. Dr. Stewart along with his wife Dr. Isobel Guerin Stewart graduated from the University of Wales, UK with a Bachelor of Science degree in Podiatric Medicine. After working for the National Health Service in the UK and running a successful private practice with his wife he emigrated to Canada in 1998.
They worked with the Sun Country Health district as podiatry manager and podiatrist responsible for services throughout SE Saskatchewan covering Weyburn, Estevan, and Carlyle with a demographic of 56,000 people and were responsible for providing foot care courses to RNs and LPNs in the district.
In 2002 Dr. Stewart and his wife opened Guerin-Stewart Podiatry Clinic in Weyburn and Estevan. They contracted with the Yorkton Tribal Council to provide education and treatments on 9 reserves. The Regina clinic opened in 2004. Dr. Stewart provides seminars on foot health to a number of independent bodies including the Canadian Diabetes Association.
In his “spare” time Dr. Stewart enjoys his family, travelling, and his motorcycle (not necessarily in that order!!). Following service in the military police as a young man, Dr. Stewart serves as a member of the CAV (Canadian Army Veterans) Motorcycle group, a Canada-wide organization associated with the Legion and providing charitable events raising funds for veterans.
Dr. Stewart loves his work and strives to give each and every one of his patients the best treatments available and is proud to have been named Best Clinic in Regina by Consumers Choice for the past 4 years.
Dr. Adam B. Katz – Podiatrist
Dr. Adam Katz was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario. After completing his Bachelor of Science, Integrated Science Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa, he moved to Philadelphia to complete his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 2003.
He completed internships all over Canada and U.S. including St. Louis, Binghamton, Vancouver, Ottawa, and Indianapolis for surgical and clinical training.
After graduating with his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree, he worked in private practice in Gatineau, Quebec using his bilingual education to treat a mostly French patient base.
In 2008, Dr. Katz moved to Regina to work in the public sector at the Regina General Hospital treating patients from Moosomin to Ft. Qu’Appelle and the growing city of Regina. By 2011, Dr. Katz was the only public podiatrist for the entire Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and focused primarily on the high risk patient base dealing with wound care, limb salvage, and amputation prevention. Along with developing the RQHR Foot Health Clinic, Dr. Katz also spear headed a mentorship program in which all Regina Family Medicine Residents spent time learning some “pearls” of Podiatric Medicine.
Outside of work Dr. Katz is a member of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Pep Band and the Prairie Winds Concert Band playing drums and performing at the past 8 Grey Cups; he has travelled all over North America and Central America, Europe, and Israel - obviously bitten by the travel bug. With the abolishment of public podiatry services in Saskatchewan, Dr. Katz has now returned to private practice continuing to serve the residents of Saskatchewan at the Guerin-Stewart Podiatry Clinic.
Dr. Georgie Evans – Podiatrist
Dr. Georgie Evans was born and raised in the south of England, UK. She graduated from the University of Southampton, UK with a Bachelor of Science degree in Podiatry, following which she worked for the National Health Service in Oxfordshire, UK as a Musculoskeletal Specialist Podiatrist.
In October 2014, Dr. Evans moved to Swift Current, Saskatchewan to work for an existing podiatry practice. When the practice closed she opened up a clinic in downtown Swift Current. She is excited to have been given the opportunity to work at Guerin-Stewart Podiatry Clinic in Regina and looks forward to providing the high standard of care the clinic is known for. In conjunction with her work, Dr. Evans is passionate about research and has had a number of papers published in medical journals focusing on the benefits of activity and exercise in different patient groups.
Outside of podiatry, Dr. Evans can be found near anything with a motor, which sees her snowmobiling, motorcycling, boating and taking her pride and joy to the drag strip. She is also a big animal nut and volunteers for the SPCA offering temporary fostering to residents in need. Dr. Evans splits her time between Guerin-Stewart Podiatry Clinic in Regina and her clinic in Swift Current, and is based near Craven.