Foot and Nail Care anywhere…
Staying active and mobile will help keep you healthy, looking after your feet will keep you on the right path. If you cannot reach your feet or see them well enough to care for them safely, it may be time to book an appointment with a Foot Care Nurse.
Our Foot Care Nurses are trained in Advanced and Diabetic Foot Care, we can care for specific foot care problems such as corns, calluses, ingrown toe nails, thickened and hard to cut nails, cracked heels, dry thick skin, fungal nails and athletes foot. Many of our client’s book appointments every 6-8 weeks to keep their feet comfortable.
If your loved one is no longer able to care for their own feet because of poor eyesight, diseases such as poor circulation, stroke, dementia, arthritis, joint problems, foot pain or other conditions, we can help! We offer home visits for those who are not able to get out on their own, providing care in the comfort of their own home. A visit from one of our friendly foot care nurses is often the high point in the day, we include a relaxing foot soak and a foot rub with every visit.
Not able to come to our office? We visit most retirement and nursing homes, long term care facilities in Barrie. We can come to your house, apartment, room or even cottage in the Barrie area.
What can I expect?
Professional foot care begins with a thorough nursing assessment of the client’s feet and includes a health questionnaire and visual inspection. After assessing your feet, we will design a personalized foot care program specific to your needs which could include nail trimming, thinning of thickened nails, corn and callus care, care for ingrown toenails, fungal nails, regular examination of the lower leg and feet as well as suggestions regarding footwear and keeping your feet more comfortable between visits. We can also provide referrals to community supports as required.
Diabetic Foot Care
Ongoing foot care is extremely important for people with diabetes. Diabetes increases the risk of foot problems and also increases the likelihood of complications. It is important to have your feet regularly assessed and cared for to decrease the risk of serious foot problems.