ABOUT SOLE RENEWAL

SOLE RENEWAL FOOT CARE

Advanced Nursing Footcare?

Advanced nursing footcare is “non-invasive” which means that the nurse does not perform any treatment below the second layer of skin. The professional nurse is trained to holistically assess the feet and lower extremities. Based on her nursing assessment, she determines the care required and provides treatment or refers to another health care professional for treatment as necessary.

Comparing Foot Specialists

Our well trained nurses can pretty much do it all!

How our care helps:

Preventative Care

During a nursing assessment of the feet, your Nurse is able to determine causative factors of potential problems that may develop in the future and intervene with treatment and education as necessary to prevent this. Often times, people have issues with their feet that they didn’t know existed.

Acute symptoms

Your nurse is able to treat acute symptoms such as ingrown toenails and painful corns. If you suspect you may have an infection, your Nurse can do a consult. If she is able to, she can provide treatment or refer to another provider if extra care is required before receiving treatment.

Chronic issues

You can rely on your Nurse to treat all of your chronic foot care needs such as corns, calluses, thickened and/or fungal nails, dry & cracked skin, plantar warts, and more! Your nurse can assess to find causative factors of these issues to provide education and help decrease symptoms.

Sole Renewal Footcare

Mission & Goals

.Compassionate Care:.

Our mission is to provide you with personalized, high-quality care. We are dedicated to improving and maintaining your foot health through preventive care and treating acute and chronic foot problems.

.Preventive Care:.

Our goal is to improve and maintain the health of your feet and to empower you with an understanding of your condition and wellness plan; to ensure you are living the best quality of life possible.

 Hello! My name is Natalie. I have been a Registered Practical Nurse in good standing with the CNO since 2011. I spent the first 7 years of my career as a nurse in LTC (specifically with Alzheimer’s patients) which was deeply rewarding. In December 2017, I decided to further my career and became certified in Advanced Nursing Footcare and further to expand my scope as a Podortho Nurse in 2021.

When I left LTC, I never anticipated this would become my passion, but it has turned out to be the most rewarding nursing I have every had the pleasure of practicing.

With 4 years of full-time clinical experience in the footcare industry and almost 10 years as a nurse, I am confident I can assist you with your footcare needs and work with you to find solutions for your ongoing foot health and comfort. I have a huge passion for helping people and making them feel their best. I truly enjoy the one-on-one time and therapeutic relationships developed with my patients and getting to know them as a whole. My nursing philosophy has always been to provide patient focused care rather than task focused care. I am a bit of a perfectionist and always ensure you care is done right, and is never rushed.

I strive to always update my education in the industry and offer the most innovative and effective treatment options for my patients in the clinic.

I understand that the general population are often embarrassed to seek help for their foot problems. If this sounds like you, I encourage you to contact me. Please remember, I am in this career because I absolutely love it, and I strive to make every patient who sits in my chair feel completely comfortable from the time they arrive until the time they leave. As the permanent tattoo says on my arm: “They may forget your name, but will never forget how you made them feel”. Those are words I live by every single day, with every single patient interaction. I truly hope to meet you soon!

If you have any questions or concerns, contact the clinic today.