Foot Care treatment includes a full foot assessment, trimming and filing of the toenails and a moisturizing foot/leg rub.

I will bring all the necessary equipment to your home; all you will need is a comfortable place to sit. I am experienced in the removal of ingrown toenails, calluses and corns as well as treatment of fungal nails. Ask me about our PODOEXPERT line, a pharmaceutical-based over-the-counter foot care line for the correction and treatment of athlete’s foot, fungal nails, eczema, dry skin and more. Foot Care services are covered by the Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans and recognized by most extended medical insurance companies. If you are experiencing any common or uncommon foot problems, call today to set up an appointment. Available in-store at “Family Home Health Care Centre” or in your home. 519-417-2215

  • Wash your feet every day with lukewarm (not hot) water and mild soap.
  • Dry your feet well, especially between the toes. Use a soft towel and pat gently; don’t rub.
  • Keep the skin of your feet smooth by applying a cream or lanolin lotion, especially on the heels. If the skin is cracked, talk to your doctor about how to treat it.
  • Keep your feet dry by dusting them with non-medicated powder before putting on shoes, socks or stockings.
  • Check your feet every day. You may need a mirror to look at the bottoms of your feet. Call your doctor if you have redness, swelling, pain that doesn’t go away, numbness or tingling in any part of your foot.
  • Don’t treat calluses, corns or bunions without talking to your doctor first.
  • Cut toenails straight across to avoid ingrown toenails. It might help to soak your toenails in warm water to soften them before you cut them. File the edges of your toenails carefully.
  • Don’t let your feet get too hot or too cold..
  • Don’t go barefoot.


A callus is a toughened area of skin which has become relatively thick and hard in response to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation. Rubbing that is too frequent or forceful will cause blisters rather than allow calluses to form. Since repeated contact is required, calluses are most often found on feet because of frequent walking. Calluses are generally not harmful, but may sometimes lead to other problems, such as skin ulceration or infection.more information in these products please contact us by clicking the button below.


When a callus develops a mass of dead cells in its center, it becomes a corn. Corns generally occur on the toes and balls of the feet. Calluses occur on the feet, hands, and any other part of the skin where friction is present. Corns, although very small, can be very painful. Removal of a corn should be performed by a professional in order to reduce the risk of infection and injury to the foot.


No one knows where a specific person picks up the fungus that leads to fungal nails, as it is everywhere! However, since the fungus does thrive in warm, moist areas (like sweaty feet) there are certain areas one should avoid or use with caution. Shower floors, locker rooms, and swimming pools are the most commonly suspected sources. Nail polish and acrylic nails also make nails less “breathable” and make the nail more susceptible to fungal infection. Fungi are everywhere – in the air, in the dust, and the soil! Avoiding tight, non-breathing shoes and steering clear of athletic floors may be the best prevention available. Daily washing of the feet and drying between the toes can also help to prevent nail fungus.
Once you have contracted a fungal infection on any of your toenails, it can be very difficult to get rid of and it also makes taking care of your toenails very difficult. I can assist you in reducing nail fungus as well as provide helpful tips to treat it.