Providing foot care information to nurses and residents of Nova Scotia.

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What are we about?

Supporting excellent nursing foot care, lower limb health and mobility for Nova Scotians.

We want to:

  • provide learning and collaboration resources for foot care nurses.
  • keep Nova Scotian feet comfortable, happy, healthy and mobile.

A service for all Nova Scotia foot care nurses

Sharing information and resources, encouraging discussion, debate and collective decision making, and encouraging positive changes to our members.

Monthly meetings (in person and remote attendance).


We provide foot care information for Nova Scotians too. Learn how to take care of your own feet in order to be comfortable, happy, healthy and mobile. Or find a foot care nurse in your area with our Member Directory.

Recent posts from our blog

Diabetes and Your Feet

Submitted by Kirsten Hansen, LPN Most of us we take our feet for granted. Sometimes I say to my clients that our feet are the furthest thing from our head, so they are the last thing we think about. The average personwalks over 100,000 kilometres in their lifetime, therefore foot care should be just as …

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Walk a Mile in my Shoes

Submitted by Pam Josey, LPN Why did I become a foot care nurse? I thought in the beginning that I would simply meet a need within the hospital/nursing home facilities in which I was working. As I worked through Alison Petten’s (foot care educator/instructor) excellent course, I discovered a passion that was a huge surprise …

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My Feet – The Best Feet I Will Ever Have

Submitted by: Lorraine McQueen, November 2020. My feet have been with me for almost eighty years and over that time we have had some serious ups and downs.  My feet could best be described as functional and sensible, more down-to-earth than the kind of feet that inspire high flying admiration in fashionable shoes.  In my …

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