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Basic, Advanced & Diabetic Foot Care

Your feet are used to take baby steps, to walk and to run. No matter what your age, having healthy feet is an important part of good health.

Too often, people think that foot pain is normal. It is not. If you have foot pain, you should see a foot care nurse to determine the problem and how to fix it.

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Foot care nurses are highly trained medical professionals who focus specifically on the foot. Their area of expertise includes treating and helping you to keep your feet in a healthy condition. Foot care nurses treat patients of all ages in all health care settings. Our active lifestyles, an aging population and an anticipated increase in the number of Canadians developing diabetes have increased the demand for foot care services.

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A Step Above Foot Nurse in LaSalle, ON Is a private practice that specializes in foot care health. As a dedicated professional, we are happy to to provide foot care as an overall wellness and maintenance program for clients of all ages.

By providing quality foot care treatments that will benefit our patients, we put the focus on maintenance and prevention of foot and lower limb pathology, maintain or improve mobility and lower limb function, relieve symptoms, as well as improve over-all quality of life.

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Foot Care can be beneficial to individuals living with diabetes, arthritis, nerve, circulatory issues and for those who just can’t reach their toes. While taking into consideration that these treatments are in high demand, our goal is to not only provide high-quality foot care, but also address the foot in its entirety while delivering first class nursing treatments tailored to you our client and your individual  needs. We make referrals as necessary.

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What You Can Expect!

Your foot care treatment:

Your FOOT NURSE will take a health history of underlying disease, foot health history, and current medications. This nursing assessment will help us understand your risk factors and identify foot problems.

 

You can expect your first appointment to take 60 minutes.

Follow-up visits take approximately 30 minutes.

Ongoing maintenance of your feet is critical. Most clients receive a foot care visit once every 6-8 weeks.

Your on-going schedule can be discussed with your nurse to ensure the frequency of visits will truly help heal and maintain your feet.

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Our treatments are performed in a unique way to deliver a non-invasive effective foot care treatment.

With the use of a podiatry drill and various burs there is virtually no vibration when providing treatments

leaving you with an enjoyable, relaxing foot care experience.

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Do your feet need special care?

Offering professional, discreet, high-quality foot care treatments in our LaSalle office located in Urban Selections Plaza, and In-Home visits are available.

Relax and Rejuvenate, in our clean foot care room or be comfortable in your home while a visiting foot care nurse comes to you.

Our Mobile In-Home visit proudly provides Foot Care Treatments in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Who Needs a Foot Care Nurse?

  • People Living with Diabetes
  • Seniors
  • People with Difficulty Mobilizing
  • People with Back Injuries
  • People with Limited Vision
  • Athletes
  • Individuals Living with Arthritis
  • People with Poor Circulation

and for Those who Just can't Reach their Toes...

We offer Quality, Non-Invasive Foot Care Treatments

  • Diabetic Foot
  • Corns, Calluses
  • Verruca (warts)
  • Athletes Foot
  • Cracked Heels (fissures)
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Thick, Discolored Nails - Toe Nail Reduction
  • Fungal Nail Treatment - PDT
  • Ingrown / Involuted Toenails - Nail Bracing
  • Injured / Damaged Nails - Nail Reconstruction and Nail Prosthesis
  • MediPedi
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Our focus is on Delivering Quality and Hygienic Treatments that are good for you.

We go the extra mile to ensure our clients are offered a safe and sterile treatments, by following Health Canada’s Best Practice Safety Standards for Medical Reprocessing. What that means is, all our stainless-steel instruments are sanitized after each use on clients. They are cleaned in an enzymatic solution, they go through an ultrasonic bath, then clean tools are sealed in disposable sanitation pouches before being autoclaved. The sealed pouches are only opened by the Foot Nurse at the start of each service and sanding bands are never reused on the next client.

Advanced Foot Nurse

Routine Foot Care, Diabetic Foot Care, Calluses and Corn Care, Fungal Nail, Ingrown Toenail, Nail Bracing, Nail Prosthesis....

Ready to find out more?

Schedule your FREE consultation today and see how we can enhance YOUR foot health needs.