Workshop to focus on ‘How to Keep Your Feet Happy’
Registered nurse Kate Clayton-Jones is helping to put the focus on the other end of things – feet – and from a perspective deeper than looks. “Feet are incredibly important in so many ways. While making them pretty is one thing, the reality is that most of us use them to get around on,” Clayton-Jones said. Read More
“How to Keep Your Feet Happy,”
Wednesday, May 16, from 1 to 2:30 p.m., in
Jewish Family Service’s Community Room
160 Dickinson St.
Happy Feet: Monthly Clinics Offer Sorely Needed Foot Care
Jenny Marshall of Leverett leans back in what looks like a fancy lawn chair while a woman kneeling in front of her is cradling Marshall’s feet in her hands, buffing away at her toenails, rubbing away the cracks in her heels and scrubbing her calluses. Read More
Nurses’ new Foot-Care Practice Makes House Calls
It’s easy to take your feet for granted — you’ve been walking on them your entire life.
But underlying or untreated medical problems with them could be affecting other parts of your body and putting you at risk for other problems, said Kate Clayton-Jones, a certified foot care nurse and the owner of FootCare By Nurses, LLC, a new foot-care nurse staffing agency based French King Highway in Greenfield. Read More