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Another Happy Result !

There is a reason patients pick nurses to for their care ! Great Assessment Skills and Gold Standard Infection Control
“You get what you pay for ” So they say

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FEBRUARY 2017 Patients Tell All :

Patricia Filoso reviewed Tiredsole/ Complete Medical Foot Care and More  5*– The team with the Ottawa New Years Eve Charity Ball would like to thank Lisa from Tired Sole for the generous donation of a gift certificate for guests to bid on in our silent auction on New Years Eve! Thank you so much Lisa […]

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Fungal Nail Removal with our Laser

Fungal Nail Infection Highly effective against wide spectrum of pathogens Nail Fungus treatment with the FOX Laser. Background Obtain a medical history and signed consent. Contraindications for this treatment are peripheral neuropathy and pregnancy. As Onychomycosis could be caused by different pathogens (e.g. Dermatophytes), the pathogen should be microbiological analyzed before laser treatment. In the […]

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Vascular Lesion removal with our Laser

Vascular Lesions Telangiectasia, Spider Veins, Campbell De Morgans Spots Typical case of foot Telangiectasia. Background Telangiectasia are dilated small blood vessels, purple and red, found most commonly on the thighs or lower legs. Telangiectasia are different from Spider veins their visual appearance, common location and the way they fill up after applying surface pressure. (Spider […]

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Laser Deep corn Removal

Corns and IPK Effective against highly fibrous Corns – Prevents Reformation Background Plantar Callus (“Corn seed”, Clavus durus), is a very unpleasant and painful condition caused by an accumulation of dead skin cells that harden and thicken over an area of the foot. Calluses are normally found on the ball-of-the-foot, the heel, and/or the inside […]

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A little info on our WART Treatment with the Laser

Typical case of mosaic warts. Background Warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV); The virus causes skin to grow faster than usual, forming a bump. Though HPV is contagious, touching someone with warts does not mean the other person will definitely catch the virus. It depends on the particular strain of HPV and […]

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3050 Woodroffe Ave. Unit 9,
Nepean, ON, K2J 4K6