Certification Examination Logistics
Testing Security, identity verification and process standardization
4. Toe Nails
6. The High Risk Foot – Diabetic, Vascular, Aging
7. Care for iatrogenic lesions (cuts, scratches, etc. caused during foot care visit)
8. Shoes, socks, inserts/orthotics, pads/strapping/taping
9. Infection Control
10. Patient Education
Which of the following are objective signs of venous disease?
Which of the following tests is performed to determine the patient’s ability to feel light touch or protective sensation?
Which of the following refer to movement of the foot up and down?
Which of the following skin changes might indicate the presence of arterial disease?
Which of the following can be a contributing factor to the formation of bunions?
Which of the following are risk factors for developing a foot ulceration?
Macerated inner spaces/web spaces are areas of excess moisture between toes that can lead to an infection.
Which of the following is the most important treatment for ingrown toenails?
What education would you provide to a patient with the following condition?
A patient who continues to develop ingrown great toenails should consider having which of the following procedures performed by a podiatrist, dermatologist or other practitioner?
What is the name of the skin condition/disorder shown in the picture below? (picture of a red area over a bony prominence)
What condition would you expect this patient has based on the picture below? (picture of thin, atrophic, hairless skin on leg)
Successful Completion of Examination
* Complete the CFCS Competency Exam on-line with a passing score is 70% or better.
* The test is time limited and must be completed within 2 hours.
* You will be able to immediately download your Certificate.
* A Formal, numbered Certificate will be mailed to you.
* You can immediately use the credentials CFCS after your name and other medical credentials such as RN.
* CFCS certification is valid for five years.