Foot Care Nurse. Visiting Nurse. Private Duty RN. BSc/Hons.  Also a Home Visiting Nurse Service. In the comfort of your own home


Foot Care. Visiting  Nurse Services

Serving the Niagara region, and local surrounding areas   

Cost-effective care

 "Providing safe, efficient Nursing Care".  

No tax is charged for services provided, when it is a direct Health care service being provided.

If you, a relative, or someone you care about suffers from foot pain, swelling of your feet, a swollen area on the foot, or any kind of problem you notice with your feet, or maybe you can't reach your feet, or can't feel them, what ever the reason; you need to get it properly assessed and dealt with in order to prevent the problem worsening. Leg amputations due to circulatory problems, and ulcer development in diabetics, as one example, can be prevented in this way. Contact a Foot Nurse for a full foot assessment, treatment and care, with referral when required.  Prevention is always better. Click the link:

*Click on the blue words as to 'The Reasons Why' you may need a Foot Care Nurse, and not an aesthetician.

What to expect:

High quality, high standard, individualized care, and evidence based practice from a Registered Nurse.  I work with the patient, and include them in their care.  

I use single use sterile tools, and abide to infection control practices. 

I abide to Best Practice Nursing guidelines, Nursing Standards, which includes the law. I keep up with local and international changes in health care via research, webinars, online lifelong learning, and networking with other foot nurses nationally, as well as with other health care professionals to keep up to date with health care changes, which is important for ongoing safety.  Sixteen years Nursing experience, skills and education held from the U.K and Canada. Available to service your Nursing needs in your own home.    Business and liability insured.

Holistic Nursing care from a High standard Registered Nurse.  Working with you to get your needs met


1.  Self Book your appointment.  It saves time and you can see what dates are available.  Await confirmation within 12 to 48 hours.

2.  A pre-screening is conducted.

3.  On first appointment, a verbal or written informed consent is required to proceed with care.

4. For the first visit, especially with Advanced Foot Care, which includes Diabetic Foot care:   Expect 1.5 hours for both admission and assessment, with care provision.  

5.  A follow up appointment is made, which is usually between four and eight weeks for foot care visits.

*Regular routine follow-up foot care is important for long term prevention of foot problems, which would be more costly than the foot care service in the longer term to the persons health and well-being.  Always wear indoor and outdoor shoes with socks and change socks daily to prevent problems to the feet.  Many problems to feet are caused due to incorrect foot wear or no foot wear.  e.g. callouses and nail fungus, avoid nail spas too, to prevent nail fungus,

Diabetics: should never use Nail spas as Nail spas are not Health care professionals and they do not do diabetic foot screening, nor are they allowed to do any  Advanced foot care .  Source: Public Health inspector Ontario, CPC Nursing foot Conference. London, Ontario. 2019.

Home Care Nursing:   

Expect up to two hours for the first visit due to consents, covid waiver form, admission, assessment including medications list and medical history, and goal plan with an individualized care plan.  It is important as it relates to allergies known etc which I need to know before I can begin care and it relates to patient safety.  Most follow-up appointments after the initial one, last anywhere from 30 to 60 mins max.  Confidentiality maintained.

A follow up appointment is made.  It is variable according to service provided and needs for Home care visits.    


Evidence based Nursing practice

Through ongoing education and research, applied to Nursing practice.

Keeping up to date with health care changes nationally and internationally though research.  Applied to practice for safe, efficient, and cost-effective care.  

Source: NMC (U.K), CNO.

Contact :

Messages will be responded to within 24 to 48 hours. Thank you and have a nice day.  Keep safe.

Tel: 289 990 3831


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