Schedule an Appointment
The next clinic is June 18 or 19.
We will open for appointments in early June. Please check back.
Please call our office at 715-836-3636 to schedule your appointment.
NEXT CLINIC DATES
June 18 or 19, 2015
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
First Lutheran Church
1005 Oxford Avenue (near the Courthouse)
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Foot and nail care clinics for the community are offered three times a year - in February, June and October. During a 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 will be supervised by a nurse practitioner, certified in foot and nail care.
Who should attend
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, you should attend this clinic.
How to schedule an appointment
We ask that you schedule an appointment with us before you attend the free foot and nail care clinic. Appointments will open about 2-3 weeks before the clinic date. To schedule your appointment please call 715-836-3636 or toll free 1-866-893-2423.
If you have difficulty trimming your own nails, this is the place to be!
What to expect when you come...
You'll be greeted by Continuing Education staff at the sign-in table.
Take a seat and enjoy some coffee and cookies while you wait.
A nurse will escort you to a table, assess your feet, and get started.
Your appointment will take approximately 20 minutes to an hour.
Services are offered in June and October. Remember to...
- Watch for appointments to open – about 2-3 weeks before the clinic date.
- After your appointment, take a reminder card on your way out.
- Tell your friends!
Did you know? The nurses who work on your feet are participating in a two-day training program on foot and nail care through the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's Continuing Education office. Some nurses are from the Chippewa Valley, but many are from other parts of Wisconsin and the Midwest – some even fly in from around the country. Be sure to ask your nurse where she or he is from!