Welcome to Foot Care by Kaitlin

     We Believe "Happy Feet Create a         Healthy Body"

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I will be returning back to my position in Homecare come July/2024. In order to continue providing our valued clients with safe, competent and reliable care we are looking to hire a casual foot care nurse starting in the summer of 2024. 
Are you interested? Contact us!

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Kaitlin nielsen

I am a Licensed Practical Nurse that is certified in Advance Foot Care. As well as a Certified Foot & Hand Reflexologist.  

My passion for nursing lead me down the path of foot care and healing of the body. I have over half a decade of nursing experience and found that proper foot care is important for many reasons. Proper foot care can reduce pain, increase mobility, assist with injury prevention (ulcers & sores) and increase the likelihood of feet/lower leg concerns being caught earlier. These important concepts seem to only be improved with the use of Reflexology. I've seen reflexology reduce stress, improve nerve and blood supply while increasing your body's overall balance. This has assisted with people's circulation and feeling in their feet, as well as reducing stress and tension in the overall body.

My passions and experience lie in helping those with diabetes, disabilities, dementia and the elderly. I live with Type 1 Diabetes myself. Therefore understand the importance of maintaining your bodies health and wellbeing.  We don't have a cure yet, but we do have many ways to maintain and improve our overall life/way of living. I look forward to exploring these ways with you and your loved ones in the future. 

Cheryl Saunders

I am a Registered Nurse that is certified in Advance Foot Care.

I was raised in New Brunswick and graduated from UNB with my Bachelor of Nursing in 1994. I've worked in a variety of units such as, surgical and community health. During my career in community health I became interested in doing foot care. However, life had other plans that moved me to be in Alberta near my son and granddaughter. Alberta is where I started working in senior's homes in 2015. I completed my foot care course in 2017 and provided foot care for my residents until 2022. 

In December 2022, Kaitlin asked me to fill in for her at "Foot Care by Kaitlin" over her maternity leave. I really enjoyed being back working in the community. Therefore, when Kaitlin asked if I was interested in staying on my answer was a resounding, "yes." I'm so excited to help you and your families!