Women in Business: Carla Crema

Carla Crema owns Carla’s Foot & Nail Care Mobile Service in Port Alberni

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Alberni Valley News will be running features on a number of women in business in Port Alberni. Carla Crema owns Carla’s Foot & Nail Care Mobile Service in Port Alberni.

Carla’s Foot & Nail Care Mobile Service is owned by Port Alberni born and raised resident Carla Crema.

In October of 2013, Carla decided on a career change and went into foot and nail care.

Carla is located in a clinic at 5100 Tebo and is also mobile. Appointments must be arranged ahead of time.

“As a certified podologist for the past four years, my specialties are reduction of calluses and removal of corns and ingrown toenails. I also care for those with fungal nails and diabetic feet.

“I found in giving foot care, it is my way of giving others comfort to a part of their body that they spend most of their time on. Foot care is also very important for people with neuropathy and mobility issues. Our feet support our body and carry us through our lives.

“My expense to you can be written off in your income tax return under medical.”

cmcrema@hotmail.com

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