Certified Podologist CPod.C., specializing in the foot care of diabetics, seniors and the toes in need.
Level 5 North American School of Podology BSc.Podology!
BA.History degree in 2007
Richards Beauty College and Esthetics in 2008
Competed in Provincials and Nationals Skills Canada, and I returned as a guest judge for seven years.
October 2016 I certified as a Foot Reflexology Therapist through the Reflexology Association of Canada.
I have been an aesthetician, nail technician for 13 years, and I provide a safe, clean, professional service's to those that need care, or even just a relaxing spa treat.
-Preventative and Diabetic foot care.
-Hard to trim toenails.
- Foot assessments.
-All instruments sterilized in a chemoliquid sterilant.
-Revolutionary BS ingrown toenail brace application for correction and treatment of ingrown and involuted nails.
-High quality urea based foot moisturizers and antifungals.
Quality, non-invasive care of:
-Diabetic foot problems
-Thick, Discolored nails
-Ingrown, Involuted toenails
-Corns and calluses
-Hammer toe pain
-Footwear assessment and advice on proper footwear needs
-Referrals and recommendations
-Foot care products, including: toe covers, protectors and high quality urea based moisturizers
Pedicure vs PediCare - What's The Difference?
A pedicure is a cosmetic service performed in a salon to the feet and toenails.
If you want/need more than a cosmetic service, PediCare features:
Foot care by a Podologist
* Use of aseptic techniques beyond provincial/territory requirements to ensure cleanliness
* Personal Protective Equipment for both you and the Podologist to insure your health and safety
* BS Brace is also available to correct involuted and/or ingrown nails without pain or surgery
A Podologist is not a medical doctor, they are someone who has an advanced knowledge in lower limb diseases and disorders, infection control, comprehensive foot and leg evaluation, advanced skin and nail pathology, and diabetic foot syndrome, as well as gait analysis and advanced pedicuring skills. They specialize in pedicuring geriatric, diabetic, and immune compromised clients. To fulfill their education, they must complete numerous case studies and take part in a truly life changing residency program. Upon successful completion, they are entitled to a Bachelor of Science degree in Podology.
The lack of standardization in pedicuring services in salons and spas means that clients who are diabetic, suffer ingrown toenails, skin or nail infections, or even structural disorders may not be getting the proper care that they require. Podologists are required to complete a specific curriculum in order to learn how to care for these clients with special foot care needs in a safe and effective manner. A Podologist can knowledgeably refer you to the proper medical professional when additional attention is needed.