One of the many bad side effects of diabetes is that sufferers develop skin ulcers. It's essential to use a careful hand when pedicuring a diabetic client, because even minor cuts and cracks from dry skin can turn into ulcers and become infected.
special needs clients
With nearly 10% of the population diagnosed with diabetes, it’s likely you’ll have clients who battle the disease. Educate. Educate. Educate. Be sure they know you have their safety in mind.
Clients with eczema will likely be self-conscious about their dry, flaky skin. Ease their concerns by assuring them you know how to care for their condition.
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The North American School of Podology recently went beyond the call of duty to make a difference to the feet of almost 900 people living on the island of St. Kitts. From January 21 to 24, NASP — along with its graduating class of 2014 — offered a unique free four-day foot care clinic to help Kittitians with skin- and nail-related foot problems.
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