Basic, Advanced & Diabetic Foot Care

 

Foot Facts


75% of Canadians will experience foot problems of varying degrees of severity at one time in their lives.


Neglect of your feet is the most common reason for experiencing foot problems.


Your feet mirror your general health. Such conditions as arthritis, diabetes, nerve and circulatory disorders can show their initial symptoms in the feet – so foot ailments can be your first sign of more serious medical problems.


Corns and callouses are the most common foot problems. About 5% of the Canadian population has corns and callouses each year.


About 5% of the Canadian population has foot infections, including athlete’s foot, other fungal infections and warts each year.


About 6% of the Canadian population has foot injuries, bunions, and flat feet or fallen arches each year.


About 5% of the Canadian population has ingrown toenails or other toenail problems each year.

The Brant News featured Shelley in an article which contains more information: "Putting Their Best Foot Forward"

What I Can Do For You

Balance assessments

Assessment of the skin, nails and structure of the feet

Trim and shape normal, thick, curved, and/or peeling nails

Reduce corns and callouses

Treat ingrown nails

Lower leg and foot massage

Health Teaching

Referrals