#104-1669 Victoria Street,
Prince George BC
by appointment only (250)-617-9966
In response to the COVID19 pandemic, M&M Advanced Footcare has temporarily ceased routine and community foot care services. The main office will CONTINUE TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THOSE IN URGENT NEED of nursing foot care at the
Victoria Medical Building, #104-1669 Victoria St, by appointment only. Persons who may be in urgent need are those with neuropathy, ingrown toenails or those at risk of injury or infection.
We will update this information and commence regular services as soon as able. Please call 250-617-9966 for more information.
QUALITY STANDARDS EQUAL QUALITY CARE
AT M&M ADVANCED FOOTCARE QUALITY CARE IS OUR TOP PRIORITY. WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE NOW USE ONLY VACUUM INTEGRATED PODIATRY FILES; NO MORE HARMFUL NAIL DUST! VACUUM PODIATRY FILES GREATLY REDUCE THE SPREAD OF FUNGAL NAIL DUST IN THE HOME, HOSPITAL, OR FACILITY WHERE FOOT CARE IS PROVIDED. ADDITIONALLY, EVEN HEALTHY NAIL DUST CAN BE HARMFUL TO THOSE WITH BREATHING COMPLICATIONS SUCH AS ASTHMA OR PULMONARY DISORDERS.
What is Advanced Footcare?
Advanced foot care is a nursing specialty for clients with common or complicated foot care needs. As foot care nurses, we use professional podiatry tools to help maintain healthy feet and toenails. Additionally, foot care nurses can communicate with physicians and other members of the interdisciplinary team to help achieve optimal care.
Where Do I Go?
M&M Advanced Footcare is a completely mobile service. While our main office and clinic is in the PG Victoria Medical Building, if you are unable to get to one of our clinics a licensed nurse will come to your home, or facility.
Why do I Need Foot Care?
Do you, or a loved one have thick nails that are difficult to cut?
Curved or Curled nails?
Corns, or Calluses?
Hammertoes or bunions?
Do you suffer from Diabetes, Kidney Disease or Circulation problems?
Do you have trouble reaching, or seeing your feet?
Is it difficult for you to get to appointments?
Call and book today!
How Often Will I Need Footcare?
There are many factors that effect how fast our nails grow. Most clients require foot care every 6 -8 weeks. Some elderly require foot care only every 3 months.
How Much Does it Cost?
40$ per person in clinics, or facility. 50$ per person per home care or hospital visit (some exceptions apply). Nursing foot care services are non taxable and some health insurance plans such as Green Shield, Sun Life, Medavie, and even Worker's Compensation Board, etc. will cover the expenses as a nursing service.
Happy, Healthy Feet
"I have always loved my job as a nurse. After beginning my career as a nurses aide, I went on to become an LPN. The majority of my experience has been working with seniors, particularly those with dementia. Knowing that I can help people find comfort, and support them to live as independently as possible, makes every day a reward."
-LPN since 2010