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WConstant, nagging foot or leg issues? Brooke Martin, Registered Nurse & Registered Massage Therapist is here to help.
Like you, many people experience foot and leg problems throughout their life. Together, we'll create a plan to help get you back on track. What is Nursing Foot Care? Nursing foot care is the assessment and treatment of skin and nail issues. If you have Diabetes, vision or mobility issues for example, It is important to have your feet and nails assessed/treated by a licensed medical professional with the right training. Your feet and legs will be assessed by a Registered Nurse who has advanced training in pathologies of the skin and nails of the feet.
Commonly treated concerns by Nursing Foot Care:
Diabetic foot care & risk assessment
Nail trimming, filing and skin care (feet and legs)
Corn and callous care
Ingrown, deformed, fungal and discoloured nails
Assessment of current shoes and education on future footwear purchases
Cost: You have two options.
You may book a Nursing Foot Care only appointment for $65.00.
You may book our Foot Care and Massage Therapy appointment for $103.50 ($63.50 for a 30-minute Massage Therapy appointment and $40.00 for Nursing Foot Care).
How long is a Nursing Foot Care appointment? Typically 20-30 minutes depending on your specific need.
How long is a Nursing Foot Care and Massage Therapy appointment? Typically 45 minutes depending on your specific need.
Is Nursing Foot Care covered under my insurance policy? Many insurance policies do cover Nursing Foot Care, however they may have specifications such as a Doctor's letter and pre-approval beforehand. We recommend contacting your provider before your appointment to clarify your coverage.
Helpful questions to ask your insurance provider:
Does my insurance plan cover Nursing Foot Care Services? Please note that Nursing Foot Care is not the same as and cannot be billed as a Podiatrist visit.
Are the services specified for a clinic or home visit? Some plans only allow coverage in your home, or at a clinic. You'll need to check what you're covered for. Your visit here is considered a clinic visit.
How much am I covered for per year?
How will I be billed for the Nursing Foot Care and Massage Therapy appointment? We will create an invoice that separates Massage Therapy ($63.50 for 30-minutes) and Nursing Foot Care ($40.00) as stated above.
If you have any questions, or are still unsure, why not book a FREE 15-minute discovery session with Brooke, located under "Other Services".