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Medical Foot Care

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As a professional foot carer, you are not only able to solve foot problems, but also to prevent them. Thanks to our courses you will learn all the techniques you need to educate yourself to become an expert in your field. This way, you will be able to carry out the most refreshing treatments for everyone's feet in no time at all. With a diploma from our school you show your clients or your future employer that you have in-depth knowledge and are immediately ready to start working professionally. You can start working as a self-employed specialized foot caretaker in main or secondary occupation or as a freelancer. It's up to you.

Foot care is very important because our feet have to endure a lot. When you don't go get a pedicure regularly, you can get complaints such as pain in the feet, calluses, torn nails and painful cracks. No less than 20% of Belgians suffer from foot complaints every year, with women suffering from foot problems four times as much as men. There is indeed a future in the sector! - employerSpeaks

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Foot care is ubiquitous. The work possibilities are diverse. Due to the ever ageing population and an increase in diabetes patients, the demand for well-trained foot carers has risen enormously. Men are also finding foot care increasingly important: Whether they are sent by their wives, have a painful foot problem, more and more men are finding their way to the salon, also for pedicures. In addition, social media are playing an increasingly important role: Different influencers and celebrities are leading the trends for the feet, so more and more people also choose professional care.

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Foot care is hot! New developments are constantly taking place in the field. Every year a lot of trends and market developments are relevant for companies, brands and professionals in the beauty industry. How do you ensure that customers choose for you? You have to make sure that you are fully in line with these trends in order to be 100% successful! Sustainability is becoming the norm nowadays. Consumers are becoming increasingly aware and critical. As a result, there is a growing demand in the salon for organic skincare and foot care. The feet and toenails should look well cared for all year round nowadays. This can be explained by the weekly barefoot yoga classes, the sauna visits, sunny vacations that are taken all year round and the peep toe shoes that are worn, for example, at parties and events even in winter!

No matter how well someone takes care of their feet, they always look better after a treatment. Clients walk out the door happier and more confident. That gives them as well as myself a lot of satisfaction and that's what I like about my profession. I like visible results and that's certainly the case with the feet. - exStudentSpeaking

Amari Lindroos
Amari Lindroos

Training Consultant

If you want to get started with foot care, it is important to have a professional basis. A specialized foot care professional does more than just basic foot care. You are responsible for the prevention and care of skin and nail disorders, as well as professional advice on good shoes and foot hygiene. You'll get rid of ailments and other painful disorders. Our feet carry our body, so follow a course to pay maximum attention to them!


  • Did you know that the foot consists of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles and tendons?
  • Did you know that on average we take 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day? In a lifetime, this is an average of 185,000 kilometers. This is more than four times around the world.
  • Only 60% of the population suffers (or has suffered) from foot complaints.
  • Many people have a different standing position of the feet.