Medical Foot Care Clinics Across The Front Range

Poor foot care can cause injuries and diminished feeling which can result in falls, difficulty getting around and isolation. Regular foot care can provide an early alert of more serious health issues, including: diabetes, heart disease, and poor circulation.

Colorado VNA Wellness nurses care for patients at more than 150 different locations a month: Senior Centers, Recreation Centers, Senior Living Communities, Lodges and Churches.

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Foot Care Clinics open to the public!

Price: $35 per visit
-if you have Kaiser it may be free!.

We have an exclusive partnership with Kaiser Permanente. Many Kaiser plans cover 100% of 4 or 6 routine foot care visits annually.

Benefits of Regular Foot Care

Routine medical foot care is the easiest, most efficient and inexpensive way to prevent wounds and amputation and ensure quality of life.

VNA Medical Foot Care NurseYears of wear and tear are hard on feet. So is bad circulation, disease, poorly trimmed nails, and wearing shoes that don’t fit. Foot problems can be the first sign of serious medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, nerve and circulatory disorders.

Poor blood flow to the feet can cause scrapes and bruises that become infected more easily. Diminished feeling in the feet can cause falls and injuries.

Self Foot Care Tips

  • Examine feet daily. Look for blisters, cuts, and ingrown toenails.
  • Put your feet up when sitting down to help circulation in your feet.
  • Stand up and move around if you are sitting for long periods of time.
  • Protect your feet from heat and cold.
  • Keep feet clean and dry.
  • Wash your feet every day. Do not soak your feet unless prescribed by your provider.
  • Trim toenails with clippers regularly. Trim nails straight across, smooth corners with an emery board or nail file.
  • Smooth corns and calluses gently. Do not cut corns and calluses.
  • Wear appropriate footwear and socks at all times.

More than a Pedicure

A Registered Nurse will meet with a patient and conduct an overall Wellness Assessment and provide health care counseling, in addition to performing routine foot care and nail clipping.
All Colorado VNA foot care appointments include:

  1. Medication review.
  2. Foot exam, including inspection for any discoloration, swelling, redness, warmth, cuts, scrapes, corns, calluses, or other changes of the foot, ankle, and leg below the knee.
  3. Trimming, cutting, clipping, and debridement of nails.
  4. Minor buffing of corns or calluses (if applicable).
  5. Hygienic and preventive maintenance care, such as cleaning the feet.
  6. Testing for neuropathy (nerve damage).
  7. Skin cream application to maintain skin tone.
  8. Monitoring blood pressure.
  9. Checking for pedal pulse.
  10. Assessing and monitoring chronic diseases including hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis.
  11. Individual health coaching and education.
  12. Physician updates and outreach to community support systems (as necessary).

The program focuses on the prevention of disease and maintaining the mobility and comfort of people most at risk.

Foot Care clinics provide a valuable opportunity for patients to receive preventative care and discuss their health and well-being with a medical professional. VNA nurses build rapport with patients, assessing changes in health over time and provide physician and support system referrals when health recordings fall outside normal limits.

Host a Medical Foot Care Clinic at Your Location

There is no cost to you to host a clinic at your location. Call (303) 698-6517 today to recommend a location or get more information about hosting a clinic.

Colorado VNA manages all patient care, eligibility, and referral tracking.