Basic and Advanced Foot Care. Including Diabetic foot care.
Basic, and Advanced Foot Care
Foot Care for Seniors; the Disabled; Arthritis, and for anybody who can't reach their own feet.
Foot pain. Any foot issues
Diabetic Foot Care, including Diabetic re-assessments.
Regular follow-up care, on average every two months, it takes two months for toe nails to grow back, far slower than finger nails.
Referrals when required.
Always seek foot care via Qualified, Foot Health Care Professionals; Foot Nurses, Podiatrists or Chiropodists, for safe, quality, and effective care. Sterile tools used. We are regulated, Foot Health care trained Professionals, and Patient safety always comes first. "Why accept less when you can have the best"
On booking: A pre-screening is conducted to ensure safety to myself and to others.
Mask to be worn for service duration.
A covid waiver form is to be read and signed on first visit, as well as a consent form.
Do not book an appointment if you have symptoms, are in isolation, or have been put at risk of covid. Instead inform public health and self isolate for 14 days and wait until cleared by public health before booking an appointment.
As an essential service, and urgent care, to those I visit in their own homes, PPE is worn from at the door until I leave. Strictly 1 to 1 care, only with infection control practices in place, as always and as required, that is to the Disabled, Diabetics, anyone who can't reach their own feet, or Seniors.
Sterile tools are used.
An optional finger nail trim can be added on to the service, per time for those needing it. A brand new finger nail trimming set with separate nail file is provided for purchase, which is kept in the patient's own home, to be used at each visit, only on the patient it is provided for, and is not to be shared with others for infection control.
Additional Finger Nail trimming with service is optional.
Anti-embolism TED stockings sized and fitted, serve to prevent blood clots for those who are less mobile and therefore of higher risk; there are some conditions that we do not apply them as it would be dangerous to do so. e.g. Peripheral Arterial Disease.