Foot Care for the Neighbourhood.

Providing expert medical foot care in Corner Brook and surrounding areas in Newfoundland and Labrador. For foot sakes, get the care you deserve.

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Get the pep back in your step!

Need an appointment? Have questions? Trying to find us? Reach out to any of the options below and we’d be more than happy to help you!

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+1 (709) 216-3338
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4 Herald Ave Suite 303
Cornerbrook, NL A2H 4B4, Canada
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We love helping our patients. Read on to hear why they love us too.

"Absolutely the best...Does a wonderful job and has a beautiful sense of humor."
Heather Shears

Heather Shears

"Highly recommend Tracey!! Very, very knowledgeable and great at what she does."
Sandra Butts

Sandra Butt-Wells

"Great service, highly recommend For Foot Sakes!"
Leaton Johnson Jr

Leaton Johnson Jr.

Why take action now?

Your feet are the foundation of your health.

Our neighbourhoods have a high population of people living with diabetes and the number of amputations as a result of diabetic ulcers is high. Better screening and foot care can help prevent amputations.

Even corns and calluses may seem like minor issues, but they can keep you from your favorite activities like walking your dog, playing with your kids or grandchildren, or enjoying a long hike. For Foot Sakes provides expert, fully licensed foot care to help your feet feel their best.

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Take a step towards feeling better!

Whether you need expert foot care in your home, or at our office, we provide both the basic and advanced care options your feet need.

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Foot health history and initial assessment

An initial foot assessment will include a review of your health history and a physical inspection of your feet.

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Reducing or removing of calluses and corns

Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. Habits like wearing ill-fitting shoes or not wearing socks that cause friction can lead to the development of corns or calluses.

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Trimming and
filing of nails

Proper trimming and filing of toenails is crucial in preventing complications for many ‘high risk’ individuals.

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Treating/relieving ingrown nails

Ingrown toenails are a common condition also known as onychocryptosis in which the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft flesh. The result is painful, inflamed skin, swelling, and sometimes an infection. Ingrown toenails usually affect the big toe.

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thick nails

Thickened nails can cause pressure sores and restricted movement, especially in older people and diabetics and they can be very difficult to cut and care for with regular nail clippers. For those people with diabetes, poor circulation or those on blood thinners, it’s more important to have their feet cared for by a professional.

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Education/treatment of fungal nails

Nail fungus is a common condition that begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your toenail. If your nail fungus is painful and has caused thickened nails, a self-care regimen and over-the-counter medications may help but a severe case of nail fungus might need stronger medication prescribed by a physician.

Let’s take care
of your feet!

Whether you’re a diabetic, injured, have arthritis, pregnant, or someone who just can’t touch their toes... get the foot care you deserve.

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Hi, my name is Tracey Gavin!

Licensed Practical Nurse specializing in foot care.

When I became a Licensed Practical Nurse specializing in foot care, my goal was to keep a person mobile and help them reduce the risk of developing pain and discomfort down the line. As a nurse working in the hospital, I saw the need for more foot care options.

Many people just don’t know about the complications that can pop up from poor foot care and early education and awareness are the keys.

Looking at the history of your foot health gives me a good idea of the kind of foot care you need, whether you’re a diabetic, injured, have arthritis, pregnant, or someone who just can’t touch their toes.

Good foot care (healthy skin, nail care, and proper footwear) is important for anyone with diabetes because they have a greater risk of having problems with their feet. Once I have a good idea of how I can help you, you’ll benefit from basic and/or advanced foot care.

My services are covered by Western Health, Central Health, IFHP (Interim Federal Health Program, Veteran Affairs, Veterans Independance Program, and most insurance companies.

Tracey Gavin of For Foot Sakes.

Take care of your feet, and your budget.

Our pricing is easy to understand and affordable. We’ll make sure you get a receipt for the services you pay for. Easily submit your receipt to your insurance provider for reimbursement.

Office Visit
$40/a visit
Up to 40 min appointment slots
Dry procedure
All equipment and tools are disinfected between clients
Most insurance companies require a receipt which you can submit for reimbursement
Call to Schedule
Mobile/In-Home Visit
$50/a visit
Up to 45 Minute appointment slots
Dry procedure
All equipment and tools are disinfected between clients
Most insurance companies require a receipt which you can submit for reimbursement
Call to Schedule

The best specialized foot care in Corner Brook and surrounding areas.

Professional, fully licensed services are only a phone call away. For foot sakes, get the help you need now!

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