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What is Nursing Foot Care?

Nursing foot care involves a full assessment of a client foot condition, including circulation and sensitivity. The nurse will cleanse the feet and identify any problem areas, including trimming the nails and removing any corns or calluses. Nursing foot care is not a pedicure, rather it is an intervention to treat and prevent foot issues and problems.

Foot nurse examining patient's feet.
Close-up of foot nurse examining patient's heel.
Close-up of foot nurse's hand while taking care of patient's toes.

Who can benefit from Nursing Foot Care?

Anyone with health concerns or complications in relation to their feet may benefit from our Nursing Foot Care services. People who are diabetic may also have compromised circulation to their feet, resulting in minor complications that can be addressed by our foot care nurses.

What does Nursing Foot Care involve?
  • Basic & advanced foot care provided by a licensed nurse specialist
  • Full assessment of foot condition
  • Nail trimming and callus removal
  • Problem identification and complication prevention


We service both rural and urban regions throughout Ontario and Nova Scotia, with 11 Clinics and 11 Home Care office locations. To find out if Foot Care is offered near you, please visit our Locations page. If you do not see any locations near you, please contact us and we’ll be happy to let you know if we offer services in your area.

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