Medical Pedicures are great for diabetics and those with poor circulation. We do not cut your cuticles. Cuticles are like eyelashes: we need them to keep dirt and germs outside of the body where they belong. As part of the medical pedicure, we soften the cuticles to improve their appearance. We also soften and safely file away dead dry skin with a single-use foot file.
Included in the medical pedicure is a soothing and muscle relaxing treatment with a steamed towel. This is safer and more hygienic than a foot soak. In addition to shaping and filing the nails and removing dead skin and calluses, you can choose to have non-toxic antifungal nail polish applied to your toenails.
The medical pedicure treatment consists of the following:
- Provide strict medical sterilization of all the instrumentation that is used.
- Hydrotherapy treatment with steam towels with occlusive wrap.
- A medical evaluation of your feet by a podiatrist.
- Mechanical debridement of all corns, callouses, fissures, etc.
- Trimming and reduction of nails, including debridement of thick or ingrown nails.
- A massage in order to restore your skin and aid circulation.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does a Medical Pedicure Cost?
Medical Pedicures are affordable.
We charge $45 dollars for the medical pedicure.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. Your insurance might pay if the medical pedicure appointment is 63 days or more from your last podiatry appointment.
Does this qualify as a diabetic foot check?
Yes. We do a basic diabetic foot exam as a free service during the pedicure. If the appointment is 63 days or more from your last podiatry appointment it might be covered.
Do you apply nail polish?
Yes. We offer safe, anti-fungal, anti-toxic application of nail polish for $10.
Currently, our medical nail polish is available in five color options: clear, nude, deep red, pink and fire engine red.