In March of 2009 it began as Nails By Cindy J. As the business expanded and more people were trained and hired on, the name changed to Tending Toes in 2017 when Cindy Jorgensen and Amanda Reinhart became co-owners.
Cindy Jorgensen is a Certified Clinical Podiatric Medical Assistant and has been in the field of medical foot care since 2003. She started with St. Alphonsus managing their foot clinics until she opened her own business in 2009 to provide senior and diabetic foot care after St. Alphonsus closed their foot clinics.
Amanda Reinhart is a Certified Master Pedicurist through the North American School of Podology and a Certified Medical Pedicurist through the Tending Toes training center and has been in the field of medical foot care since 2011.
All of the Nail Techs that work at Tending Toes have to go through training and become Certified Medical Pedicurist. We feel that having knowledgeable Nail Techs about the medical issues seniors and diabetics face concerning their feet and nails is very important. They are trained to recognize common issues and when it is a more serious issue that needs to be addressed by a doctor. They are also trained to help with recommending small orthotics to help provide comfort from common foot problems.
We adhere to hospital procedures for disinfecting and to avoid cross contamination, our cleanliness is above all else. All of the products used at Tending Toes are approved for seniors, diabetics and those with compromised immune systems.
Our focus is to provide a safe and welcoming atmosphere for any person of any age with no judgement, complete understanding and helping them maintain healthy and happy feet.