Advanced Practice Level
Foot Care Services

Our Services


Providing onsite professional and preventative Advanced Practice Level foot care services.

Offering routine foot care, and specializing in thinning out or debridement of callouses, thickened nails, fungal nails, ingrown or infected nails, planter warts, plantar fasciitis, and other available treatments and procedures. Dramatic results with the expert use of state-of-the-art, high-speed professional grade equipment with multiple selection of rotary burrs that can painlessly reduce the thickest of callouses and nails in minutes.

All instruments cleaned, chemically sanitized or sterilized in an autoclave and packed individually as per CDC guidelines and recommendations. A simple callous, corn, ingrown nail or blister from improperly fitted footwear can lead to wounds, which, left untreated can ultimately lead to osteomyelitis (bone infection) or an amputation


New patients $150* Established patients $100*


New patients $100* Established patients $75* (These costs include Routine Foot Care: Nails trimmed and simple callouses debrided)


Ingrown nails $225*; Nail removal $250*


Plantar Fasciitis $150, Morton’s Neuroma $150, Knee/Shoulder $400,

Abscess Incision & Drainage $250,

Mole removal or destruction $150 for 1st one, $50 for each additional.

SKIN TAG REMOVAL: $150 for the 1st one, $25 for each additional

Plantar Wart treatment $150 for 1st one, $50 for each additional

Mosaic pattern $250.

For best outcomes, some conditions may require more than one treatment or procedure.


*Accepting private pay patients. Payments are due in full at the time of services as Clinic does no billing for services. Forms of payment accepted: Cash/Check/Debit/Credit Card

Clinic is not contracted with any 3rd party payers and we are unable to accept insurance

Comorbidities of Diabetes:

      • Sensory Neuropathy & Pain
      • Retinopathy/blindness
      • Chronic Kidney Failure/Dialysis
      • Cardiovascular Disease
      • Heart Attacks, Stroke
      • Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD)
      • Peripheral Vascular Insufficiency (PVI)
      • Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
      • Diabetic Foot Ulcerations
      • Gangrene/Amputations
      • Decreases Ability to resist infectious diseases (Fungal, Bacterial)
      • Skin integrity breakdown (pruritus, intense itching


Because people with Diabetes can develop a loss of sensations & poor circulation combined with an Immune System that is unable to properly respond to an infection, they become vulnerable to 3 traumas:

      • Mechanical
      • Chemical
      • Thermal

Meet the Nurse Practitioner

Babe Breit, APRN-BC FNP

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse with ANCC National Board Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner

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NEW CLINIC:  Russell Regional Hospital Physician’s Specialty Clinic 

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays

 10AM – 4PM