Krisztine has been specializing in foot care for over 12 years, serving Hamilton area. She received her nursing degree from Mohawk College Registered Nurse Program and her advanced foot care course work and trainings in Canada and the US. Krisztine has the educational training, experience and skills which make her uniquely qualified to manage a wide variety of foot conditions including corns, calluses, ingrown nails, plantar warts, fungal nails etc.. and diabetic foot care. Krisztine keeps current in her practice. She has integrated a State-of-the-Art podiatry drill, equipment and skills to deliver the most safe, effective and painless experiene for her patients.
Krisztine is passionate about her work and works closely with her colleagues in the foot care industry to deliver new foot care technologies and teach new skills to other foot care professionals. She has presented and presenting at National Conferences about her research and unique skills. In her free time, Krisztine loves dancing and enjoys spending time with her loved ones.
Experienced in long-term care, Krisztine has expertise in a variety foot problems complicated by medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, circulatory disease, dementia, and changes associated with the aging process.
Additionally, Krisztine manages aboriginal diabetic clinics which focus on prevention, education and treatment of diabetic foot complications.
Sophie is a graduate from Hamilton’s CDI College and brings many years of office work and customer service experience to Feet First Footcare. Sophie enjoys working with the public, especially interacting with the patients helping with their needs, concerns and inquiries. Sophie grew up and lived in Toronto for many years, but decided to move closer to her parents and moved to Hamilton five years ago and took the Medical Assistant program and obtained her diploma. Sophie is pleased that she is able to work in an environment she studied for and is able to learn, grow and use her skills at Feet First Footcare.