Podiatry/Foot Care

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    Taxonomy Code: LV-7200

    Programs that are staffed by specialists who provide comprehensive preventive, diagnostic, and treatment services for individuals who have diseases of or injuries to the feet. Conditions treated may include bacterial and fungal infections, skin and nail disorders, benign and cancerous tumors, congenital and acquired foot deformities and foot problems caused by illnesses such as diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular diseases. Treatment includes use of surgical procedures, casting or other forms of immobilization and the prescription of corrective devices, oral and locally injected medication and physical therapy. Included are services provided by podiatrists, chiropodists and other foot care specialists. Foot care may also be provided by nurses. Podiatrists are health professional specialists with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree.

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    Heritage Center - Logan County GovernmentWhere all individuals ages 55 and older can come to enjoy friendship, fellowship, obtain education/information on elder issues, combat loneliness and receive assistance with nutritionLogan CountyLogan County GovernmentLogan County Government
    Medical Screening - Senior Support ServicesServes seniors by advising and enabling them and their families to resolve health problems they may encounter. Services include a visiting nurse and podiatrist once a month, and Medicaid enrollment assistance from Denver Health once a week. Denver CountySenior Support ServicesSenior Support Services
    Non-Medical In-Home Care for Seniors - Home Instead Senior CareProvides non-medical services including, but not limited to: - Meal preparation, diet and food monitoring - Light housekeeping, laundry and ironing - Companionship and conversation - Accompany to religious services and entertainment - Errands and appointments - Medication reminders - Personal care - Assistance with pet care - Foot care (circulation check, and foot education) - Referrals to physicians and other community services as needed Jefferson CountyHome Instead Senior CareHome Instead Senior Care
    Primary and Specialty Care (Medical Clinic) - Memorial Regional HealthOffer primary and specialty health services, including the following: - Flu Shots - Family Practice - General Surgery - Obstetrics/Gynecology - Internal Medicine - Orthopedics - Pediatrics - Podiatry - Urology - Wound CareMoffat CountyMedical Clinic - Memorial Regional HealthMemorial Regional Health
    Senior Activities - Thornton Active Adult CenterOpen to all seniors age 55 or older. The Active Adult Center (AAC) offers services such as the following: - Hot lunch - Art and crafts - Computer and exercise classes - Massage therapy - Fascial stretch therapy - Podiatry - Acupuncture - Visiting nurses - Lectures and workshops - Holiday and special events - Volunteer opportunities - Trips - Outdoor recreational activities - Silver Sneakers programAdams CountyThornton Active Adult CenterThornton Active Adult Center

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