Neurologic, Circulatory, Integument (skin), and Skeletal Assessment
Callouses and corn reduction
Trimming and filing of toenails
Applying moisturizer with foot massage
Foot Care Education tailored to you
Referrals to medical providers if needed
Please allow for about an hour on the first visit so we can visit and start your chart. After that, it should only take about 20-30 minutes every other month.
Initial needs assessment is free to determine if you need our services and like our nurses.
First treatment is $50.00 to allow time for setting up your account and chart.
Costs include all supplies unless you purchase specific items and due at time of service. Routine foot care is generally not covered by insurance.
Our nurses aren’t retired and do foot care on the side. We are dedicated to providing you with dedicated nurses specifically trained in foot and wound care and assessment.
We offer our services at senior and adult living facilities and offer home care. We regularly work in the following areas:
With proper detection, intervention, and care, most foot problems can be lessened or even prevented. Assessment and routine care can help! Here are just a few of the areas where a foot nurse can be most helpful.
- Routine foot care
- Aching feet
- After surgery care
- Foot and leg assessments
- Heel pain
- Malleolus (ankle) pain
- Foot wound and foot injury care
- Arthritis inflammation and swelling. Each foot has 33 joints!
- Charcot foot and Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
- Circulation issues
- Plantar fasciitis
- Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease foot complications
- Diabetic education and diabetic wound care
- Paresthesia conditions in which you feel a sensation of burning, numbness, tingling , itching or prickling in your feet.
- Foot ulcerations
- Feeling of pins and needles in feet
- Skin care and treatment of skin disorders such as psoriasis and athletes foot
- Care for painful corns, bunions and calluses
- Toe disorders
- hallux (big toe)valgus
- hallux rigidus
- hallux limitus
- hammer toes
- mallet toe
- craw toe
- Fungul Infections
- Epidermyophyton floccosum
- Trichophyton mentagrophytes
- Dermatophytosis (ring worm)
- Tenea pedis (fungul infections between the toes)
- Toenail care
- Care for ingrown toenails
- Toenail trimming
- Care for toenail trauma
- Toenail fungus (trichophyton rubrum, onychomycosis)
- Dystrophic nails
- Hyperkaratotic nails