Client Education

Foot Care to Improve Foot Health

 

Learner Outcomes:


    By the end of the presentation, active participants will be able to:


•    Discuss the importance of foot care and exercises.

•    Describe four foot and toe exercises that can increase foot function.

•    Apply at least one aspect of foot care or exercises to your daily routine.

•    Assess footwear for proper fit.

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Foot Cramps: The Solution

 

Learner Outcomes:

    By the end of the presentation, active participants will be able to:

•    Practice daily foot exercises to promote flexibility and circulation.

•    Identify foot exercises that work best for you.

•    Discover the difference between an inactive foot and an active foot.

•    Value the daily effort required to maintain your foot's full range of motion.

Fungal Nail Infections

 

Learner Outcomes:

    By the end of the presentation, active participants will be able to:

 

•    List the three concepts that help prevent the spread of fungal infections.

•    Apply at least one preventative action to your current routine. 

•    Assess your current footwear for signs of risk of infection. 

•    Construct a routine that will promote skin integrity. 

Professional Foot and Nail Care

 

Learner Outcomes:

    By the end of the presentation, active participants will be able to:

 

•    Self-demonstrate one limitation you have, or may have in the future, that supports the need for professional foot and nail care. 

•    Accept personal limitations of foot and nail care. 

•    Explain how an injury to the toenail or toe can create health complications. 

•    Describe one change that will reduce risk of injury.

Onychomycosis

 

Learner Outcomes:


    By the end of the presentation, active participants will be able to:


•    Explain the basic structure of the nail.

•    Identify which type of nail infection or deformity you may have.

•    Produce a plan to present to your physician to treat current nail infections (diagnostic confirmation is required).

•    Choose daily actions that will help prevent the spread of fungal infection.

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