FREE Foot and Nail Care for the Community
Due to the COVID pandemic, our free foot and nail care community clinic has been put on hold. We look forward to returning to in-person care when it is safe to do so. Join our mailing list to stay up-to-date on the program information.
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Foot & Nail Care Community Clinic Will Be Back
UWEC Continuing Education has been providing the community with free foot and nail care for over 30 years. During the clinic, nurses will assess your foot and nail health and determine areas that need attention. Appointments range from 20 to 60 minutes depending on the level of care required. The clinic is supervised by a nurse practitioner, certified in foot and nail care.
People with problem feet are encouraged to attend this FREE community foot and nail care clinic. If you have diabetes-related foot concerns or have difficulty caring for your own feet, this event is for you.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID pandemic, we have had to postpone our community clinic until it is safer to provide in-person care once again. If you or someone you know are in need of foot and nail care, the Aging and Disability Resource Center is a great resource for finding the care you need.
To be the first to know when our community clinic resumes, join our mailing list.
Who Should Attend
People with diabetes-related foot concerns or who are having difficulty caring for their own feet.