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I​n​fection Control

All foot care instruments used undergo a strict sterilization process with the use of an Ultrasonic cleaner and Autoclave; thereby reducing the risk of infection.  Instruments are individually packaged and sterile until point of use.

Bacteria and fungus cannot be killed by chemical soaking.  

Best Practice Standards are met in all areas. 

Medical Grade Air Purification units have been installed in the clinic and sterilization rooms to provide clean, pure, re-energized air.

Initial Assessment

Your first appointment will include both an initial assessment and treatment. To begin, France will talk to you regarding your medical history, current medications, and foot concerns.  This information is completely confidential and is required to develop the best treatment plan to improve your foot health.  At this appointment, your feet will be examined to evaluate their structure, skin circulation, and nail condition.  At Toes In Need, we want you to be directly involved with your treatment and encourage you to ask questions.  France will strive to individualize each treatment plan to help you reach your personal foot care goals.

Follow Up Foot Care

Follow up visits are recommended every six to eight weeks to keep your feet comfortable and healthy. Follow up visits will also include a visual examination of your feet, foot treatment (nail clipping, reduction of corns, calluses, thickened nails etc.) and a foot massage to end the visit.

Onyfix Ingrown Nail Treatment

The Onyfix nail correction system is a versatile and innovative product that enables completely painless treatment of almost all forms of involuted and ingrown toenails.

Finger Nail Care

Care of the fingernails.  Many nail problems are due to poor nail care.  Recommendations for maintaining nail health include keeping nails clean and dry to keep bacteria and other infectious organisms from collecting under the nails, cutting nails straight across with only slight rounding at the tip, using a fine-textured file to keep nails shaped and free of snags, and avoiding nail-biting.

Wart Treatment

To diagnose a plantar wart, the foot nurse will examine the patient’s foot and look for signs and symptoms of a wart.

Although plantar warts may eventually clear up on their own, most patients desire faster relief. The goal of treatment is to completely remove the wart.

The foot nurse may use topical treatments to remove the wart as well as scheduled debridement of dead wart tissue.

Regardless of the treatment approaches undertaken, it is important that the patient follow the instructions, including all home care, as well as follow-up visits with the foot nurse. Warts may return, requiring further treatment.

Fungal Treatment

Fungal nail treatment. Fungal nail treatment varies from case to case. The nurse can assess the nails to determine a treatment plan.

Remember, your feet are important to you.

Take care of your feet and they'll take care of you.

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