Foot Clinic2021-08-18T14:30:52-04:00

Foot Care Can Be Difficult

As we age we sometimes have problems easily caring for our feet. Conditions such as arthritis may hinder our flexibility. Cataracts and other eye problems can make it hard to see what we’re doing. Nails may become thick and awkward to trim.

We Provide These Services at our Foot Clinics

A foot care nurse will:

  • Trim your toenails

  • Teach you about good foot care

  • Massage your feet with lotion

  • Check your feet for problems

  • Refer you to your podiatrist or medical doctor, or for shoe fitting, if needed

FOOT CARE CLINIC LOCATIONS

“The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.”

– Leonardo DaVinci

Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services
312 Marlboro Street
Keene, NH

Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services
9 Vose Farm Road
Peterborough, NH

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make an appointment?2021-02-26T14:31:10-05:00

Call Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services at 603-352-2253.

Appointments for all foot clinic sites are made through the main office.

Is there a fee?2021-03-10T13:23:56-05:00

Each foot care appointment costs $50. Many clients from towns within the HCS service area will only need to pay $25 if they attend the clinic closest to their home as town funding covers the other half of the appointment cost. If you choose to go to a service location that is not the nearest, or are out of the HCS service area, you will need to pay the full fee.

Do I need a doctor’s referral?2021-03-10T13:28:11-05:00

If you have diabetes, problems with your circulation, or neuropathy, you will need a referral from your doctor. Otherwise, a referral is not needed. Please have your doctor fax the HCS Foot Care Referral Form to us at 603-242-1534.

For information or to make an appointment, please call 603-352-2253.

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