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Professional Foot Care Treatment...

Servicing St. Catharines, the Niagara Region

and Surrounding Areas

Foot care is important if you are dealing with any of the following issues:​

  • Diabetic related issues

  • Basic ingrown toenails - Common condition in which the corner or sides of a toenail grows into the soft tissue, resulting in pain, redness, swelling and, sometimes, even an infection. Diabetes or other conditions that cause poor blood circulation to your feet, could put you at a greater risk of complications of an ingrown toenail.

  • Thickening of the nails

  • Corns - A heloma, better known as corn is a buildup of dead skin on the side or on the top of the toe. Corns are usually caused by a contraction or compression of the toes. The toe may have been affected by a biomechanical foot fault, or because of improperly fitting shoes. Corns that occur between toes are called “wet" or "soft" corns. Corns can also occur on the soles of the foot, usually on weight-bearing areas. They can feel like a pebble in the bottom of the foot.

  • Calluses - Thickened and hard skin due to friction or pressure on the feet. Commonly present over bony prominences on the feet, such as the ball of the foot or the heel. They appear yellowish in colour.

  • Onychogryphosis (Ram's Horn Nails) - Nails grow thick and curved like a claw or horns.

  • Onychomycosis - Fungal nail infections cause the nail to become discoloured, thick, fragile, or cracked.​

​Booking an appointment: Your first appointment will provide an understanding of your current foot health. It will include a brief discussion of your health history, circulation, examination of your feet and foot treatment. I will suggest or advise all the necessary referrals if your care requires it. Care, support and education will be provided to help your feet remain healthy until your next visit.

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Foot Care

Who Needs to See an Advanced Foot Care Nurse?

If you are facing any of the issues below, you need to see an advanced foot care nurse.

  • Diabetics

  • Seniors

  • Injured or immobilized person

  • People with poor circulation

  • Patients with arthritis

  • Athletes

  • Pregnant women

  • Cancer patients

  • People with hard-to-cut thick nails

Whether it’s cracked heels or callus, everybody at some point deals with some kind of foot problem. But if the problem persists, it’s important to treat it on time. Our Foot Care nurse Stephanie at "Happy Feet Foot Care"  in St. Catharines will carefully examine your feet and provide the right solution for long-term effects. Visit or contact us today to book an appointment.

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