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Getting Your Feet Ready for Autumn

Your feet have just survived summer in sandals and the drastic change to boots can come at a price. Feet can be extremely dehydrated in the summer as people as people are not moisturizing them as regularly. When your feet are in shoes, any skin conditions can be extremely exacerbated.

Autumn is the perfect time to get your feet back in shape with a few helpful tips:

 

Exfoliate

At least once a week, soak your feet in epsom salts for 15 minutes and then take a foot file/pumice stone around callused areas. Foot soaks are also known to increase circulation to the feet and aid in keeping skin healthy and moisturized. If you are a person living with diabetes, immunocompromised or have a difficult time reaching you feet, then book an appointment with one of our Chiropodists to have a medical pedicure to remove all the dry, cracked, hard skin.

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Epsom Salts

Moisturize

Daily applications of moisturizers can help prevent painful deep cracks in your heels and prevent the further build up of hard skin. An ideal time to moisturize your feet would be after a shower or before bedtime and put on socks after to hold the moisturizer in. Recommended products are Gehwol Salve for cracked skin, Gehwol Foot cream and Dermal Therapy.

Take a break from nail polish

Nail polish has extremely hard chemicals such as Formaldehyde, Dibutyl Phthalate and Toluene which can cause nails to peel, turn yellow or cause permanent damage. If you are dealing with nail fungus, it is highly recommended to avoid wearing nail polish. Nail polish creates a perfect dark and impenetrable barrier in which fungus thrives in. If you have dry and brittle nails, also avoid wearing nail polish and moisturize with Vitamin E oil for strengthening the nails.

Find the proper footwear

The change from sandals to shoes can be a difficult transition for most people. Your feet can change drastically in only a few short weeks of wearing unsupported shoes; sometimes even causing more permanent damage. Be sure to wear shoes that are not completely flat, have some sort of arch support and a small heel or wedge.

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Ara Fall 2019 Collection

If you are experiencing any pain in your feet, be sure to book in with one of our Chiropodists for an assessment.

Never ignore pain, it is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong.

Here’s to Many More Years of Foot Care!

At Feet First Clinic, we’re always excited to welcome new clients! After a successful 12 years of treating our amazing patients, we’re ready to continue offering only the best foot care services and products. Give us a call to ask our friendly staff any questions you may have! Our Toronto foot specialists are ready to help!

Call us at 416-769-3338 or Book Your Assessment Today!

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Emily

Administrative Assistant

Emily is the newest addition to the Feet First family. She assists with the clinic’s accounting and finances, as well as all the behind-the-scenes work that keeps the clinic running smoothly. In addition to her accounting smarts, she brings sunshine and positivity to everyone at Feet First Clinic.

Erica Halpern

Marketing and Administrative Assistant (She/Her)

Part of our administrative support staff, Erica also works behind the scenes writing and editing content for our website and blog. She loves researching and writing educational content to help patients and anyone dealing with pain. When she’s not busy in the clinic, you’ll find her at her local gym, exploring underground music, hiking with friends, or cheering on her favourite sports teams (Go Jays!). She also loves huskies!

Sophie Rudahigan

Clinic Administrator (She/Her)
Sophie prides herself on providing top-tier customer service. She is here to ensure a smooth visit for all clients. In addition to overseeing the clinic’s administration and day-to-day operations, she maintains the cosmetic appearance of the store. She is the magic behind our elaborate display case designs and also ensures the clinic is stocked with stylish (but still orthopedic!) footwear options for all ages.

Bianca Carter

CEO (She/Her)

Day in and out, Bianca works hard to ensure Feet First Clinic runs smoothly. Customer service is at the top of her list and she treats every customer like family. Bianca has a passion for fitness and is dedicated to helping people take care of their feet and body. There is no problem that she can’t solve and she believes that where there is a will, there’s a way.

Carolina Charles

Patient Relation Coordinator (She/Her)

If you’ve been to the clinic before, chances are you had the pleasure of meeting Carolina! Carolina’s daily goal is going above and beyond to make sure patients are always completely satisfied. Having worked in the podiatry industry for 22 years, Carolina brings a wealth of knowledge pertaining to client service, insurance policies, and procedures.​ She steers the ship to make sure everything runs smoothly on the daily. Carolina is known for spicing up every outfit with her signature costume jewellery.