About Lynn get link see url 5th grade essay activities source short essay about invention dracula thesis ideas source url choosing a dissertation topic enter cialis available over counter thailand cialis meta get link follow url brown controversial essay hoover other people pink press publication essay on eid ul fitr in hindi language see best essays online cialis livre en 24h ultime novita' viagra community service introduction essay argumentative essay on nursing homes narrative essay about spring break movie topics essay literary analysis essay graphic organizer enter example how to write an essay about yourself headshotLynn Wells is a registered nurse with over forty years experience in both hospital and community settings. Lynn is certified in advanced footcare and has over ten years experience in footcare provision.

Lynn always considers her clients holistic needs, in her footcare practice. When Lynn trained as a nurse, they were taught to care for the whole person, not only considering the physical, but their emotional and spiritual aspects, as well. She finds nursing footcare allows her the opportunity to practice this holistic nursing model.

Lynn enjoys getting to know her clients, and during the footcare visit, when chatting with her clients, there is time to address any concerns and provide health teaching to the client as needed.

Lynn was born in Orillia, and has lived there most of her life.  She attended Hillcrest Public School and O.D.C.V.I., before training at Toronto East General Hospital School of Nursing, where she graduated with a Diploma in Nursing in 1971. In 2004, Lynn became Certified in Advanced Footcare. Since then, she has completed other specialized courses in footcare, to improve her skills. She attends an annual Footcare Conference to network with other  footcare providers, and keep abreast of changes in the footcare industry.

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