Most people are born with healthy feet but three out of four seniors develop foot problems as they age.
Healthy feet contribute to safety and health in the following ways:
Healthy feet allow you to stay active : You lose strength when your feet are too sore to walk, leading to increased risk of falls. Walking is the ideal exercise to maintain your weight down, prevent blood clots and keep your muscles and bones strong.
Keep your balance : Keep your balance : Healthy and pain free feet help you keep your balance. A major cause of injury and hospitalization in seniors is falls. Good balance from healthy feet helps prevent falls.
Provide early warning signals: Checking on your feet can provide early warning signals for health concerns such as diabetes, arthritis, poor blood circulation and nerve damage.
For good foot health, it’s also important to improve your general health by exercising daily, stop smoking and eating healthy.
Our foot care services includes:
- Thorough Evaluation
- Reduce Calluses and Corns
- Toenail Trimming and Filing
- Address Minor problems
- Recommendations, Advice, and Referrals
- Diabetic Foot Care and other circulatory concerns
For more information call for details at 647-772-4982 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org