Do you have sore feet, tired legs, bunions or varicose veins?
Then maybe you need to see a Podiatrist
What is a Podiatrist?
A podiatrist is a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM), also known as a podiatric physician or surgeon. Podiatrists
diagnose and treat conditions of the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg.
What Can You See a Podiatrist For?
- Foot care/Diabetic foot care
- Compression Garments
- Varicose Veins
- Achilles tendon disorders
- Charcot foot
- Surgical Procedures
- Below Knee circulation issues
- Diabetic Foot
- Flat Feet
- Foot Fractures
- Ganglion Cyst
- Heel Pain
- Ankle Sprains
- Ulcer and Wound Care
- Lower extremity assessment
- Ingrown toenail
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Plantar Warts
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Plantar Fasciitis
April Steele, RN, BSc psych, BScN, MN, NP-C
is a nurse practitioner health care provider with over 26 years of nursing experience. April has made her career
specializing in primary care and strives to form lasting
therapeutic relationships with her patients and families,
“I have built a solid reputation on tangible health
outcomes for my patients. I can sincerely say that my
patients and families are happy with what I’ve done for
them and their health.”
April has extensive rural health care experience and has
been working with a diverse population here in rural
Northern Alberta for the past number of years. April’s
practicing background includes: primary care, women’s
health, pain management, addictions, mental health and
emergency and correctional contexts.
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
Nurse Practitioners have a graduate degree in nursing and can legally examine patients, diagnose, illness, prescribe medication, order and interpret diagnostic studies and imaging (lab tests, EKG’s,immunization, etc.), provide prenatal and family planning services (IUD’s, well-childcare, etc.),perform minor procedures (suturing, casting, etc.) and nearly all primary health services concerning health maintenance and management.