The American Foot Care Nurses Association was founded
With changes in the US Healthcare system, it is increasingly important to expand avenues of care to under-served communities. And by its very nature ... those requiring basic "Routine" foot care are under-served!!
that services such as "Routine Foot Care" be provided by other qualified providers.
Nurses, PAs and other clinical staff are reaching out to obtain the education and training needed to fill the gap
and provide this critical care. Our organization has been formed in an attempt to provide a forum for nurses and other providers of routine foot care. This will allow communication, cooperative learning, and an increase in understanding of best practice protocols and procedures.
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If you are someone looking for a professional foot care provider -
Our Members are care providers who can help you with your routine foot care. They can handle the thickest toenails and roughest calluses!!!Our Members are not Foot Doctors - Podiatrists. You should visit your Doctor or Podiatrist regularly.
But we are here to help you with your "routine" foot care needs such as thick, elongated toenails and
corns & calluses!
We are foot care providers who have joined forces to advance the practice of foot care through a collaborative and networking process for all foot care providers.
If we come together and share our resources, our experiences and our passions, we will always provide the best care for our patients!
Certification represents a commitment to being involved in the changing role of the foot care nurse in treatment and healthcare standards.
Nurses who achieve certification commit to a national foot care standard of professional competence that demonstrates their understanding of Basic and Advanced foot care in area of nursing practice.
***Only Nurses and other qualified Medical Professionals can qualify for Certification
Foot Care Nurse Certification gives National recognition to competence in Basic and Advanced Nursing Foot Care.