What is a Foot Care Practitioner?


FCPs are trained by the college to offer routine foot care to members of the public.


Practitioners are usually self employed and develop their own client lists.


More and more people are requiring general foot care and advice in order to remain mobile and maintain their quality of life.


FCPs can choose to visit clients in their own homes (domiciliary practice), in residential or nursing homes, industrial/commercial sites or within a clinic or surgery.


FCPs work closely with other health care professionals to provide a high standard of care for those who need support to help care for themselves.

It is likely that you will at some point work with vulnerable adults so a Disclosure and Barring check is essential, (formally known as a CRB check).


What is a Foot Care Practitioner?

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