What is Foot Therapy?

Foot Therapy at Men’s Den, Inc. is a pedicure designed for men that takes place in a private, relaxed setting. The highly trained staff at Men’s Den, Inc. utilizes Footlogix Pediceuticals for our clients in order to provide a relaxing and beneficial experience.

 

What should I expect during my Foot Therapy service?

A member of the Men’s Den, Inc. highly trained staff will start the Foot Therapy service with an in-depth consultation in order to identify any medical conditions or allergies in order to understand the client’s foot care needs. The service for the toenails, feet, and lower legs takes place in a private, relaxed setting with a massage chair and foot bath.

 

What is Hand Therapy?

Hand Therapy at Men’s Den, Inc. is a manicure designed for men that takes place in a private and relaxed setting. The highly trained staff at Men’s Den, Inc. utilizes highly moisturizing Voesh Collagen Gloves for our clients in order to provide a relaxing and beneficial experience.

 

What should I expect during my Hand Therapy service?

A member of the Men’s Den, Inc. highly trained staff will start the Hand Therapy service with an in-depth consultation in order to identify any medical conditions or concerns in order to understand the client’s hand care needs. This service takes place in a private and relaxed setting.

 

What is contraindicated for Foot and Hand Therapy?

Manicure/ Pedicure contraindications: Contra-indications that prevent a manicure or pedicure treatment:

Non- infectious nails can be manicured or pedicured as long as there is no fungal or bacterial infection.

 

  • – Fungal Infections. These types of infections spread very rapidly and often thrive in damp areas and can appear soft and spongy. For example: athlete’s foot (ringworm of the foot) ringworm of the hand.

 

  • – Bacterial Infections. This type of infection is usually characterized by swelling, tenderness and redness in the area. For example: paronychia, whitlows, onychia.

 

  • – Viral Infections. These infections are very common, and treatment can be adapted by using a waterproof dressing and avoiding the area.