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Vital Foot Care

Vital foot care is a certified mobile nursing foot care company providing wound care and holistic diabetic foot care within the comfort of your own home. A certified wound care nurse will visit you, fully equipped with the tools needed to provide you with personalized foot care treatments, 7 days a week.

To book an appointment with a nurse, feel free to send us an email or call us.


Monday – Friday 9:00 – 4:00
Saturday 10:00 – 3:00
Sunday 11:00 – 2:00


As a Wound Care nurse, I was motivated to start Vital Foot Care because I saw too many people having to experience foot and toe amputations from causes that could’ve been prevented with proper footcare.  Maintaining regular foot care treatments along with preventative measures for foot care complications are vital to your overall health, not just your feet. At Vital Foot Care, we promote evidence-based practice, and practice a holistic approach to foot care; all while providing you with nursing knowledge in the comfort of your home.


Vital Foot Care offers in-home Foot Care Assessments, Diabetic Nail Care, Callus Reduction, Wound Care, and Health Education services within the Halton region and Oakville, Ontario.


You can always feel safe with Vital Foot Care, as our nurses are registered with College of Nurse of Ontario. Our nurses are trained in advanced foot care, and our tools are sterilized as per Ministry of Health and Long Term Care guidelines.

Our Services Include:

  • Holistic assessment of lower legs including skin and circulation
  • Assessments of foot structure and foot wear
  • Trimming, filing, and cleaning of nails
  • Diabetic foot care and screening
  • Reduction / treatment of corns and calluses
  • Minor ingrown toenail treatments
  • Fungal toenail treatments
  • Dry and scaly skin treatments
  • Dry cracked heel treatments
  • Swollen and/or painful feet treatments

Why Vital Foot Care?

  • You have diabetes
  • You have circulatory problems
  • You have visual impairment
  • You have Parkinson’s disease
  • You have arthritis
  • You experience back pain
  • You experience numbness in your feet
  • Your nails are too thick or too long
  • You have decreased mobility, strength or dexterity
  • You are taking blood thinners or steroids

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