Nurses with Plantar fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is a painful disorder affecting the heel part of the foot. Overuse of the plantar fascia, a part of muscle surrounding the feet, is the most common cause. Some individuals are more prone in developing this medical problem because of susceptible anatomical structure, weight and age.
What to look for: Shoes with stable arch support is important for nurses with plantar fasciitis.
There are specialty shoes made for this problem but you can also find basic shoes that can work well with it. Just look for the right combination of cushion and arch support; too soft cushion will result to easily fatigued feet while too high arch supports will be painful for the heels.
Useful tip: If you still can’t find the right shoes for your feet, using orthotic inserts will be best. Most people with plantar fasciitis recommend Dr. Scholl’s custom shoe inserts.
Foot pain is the bane of every nurse’s existence. Even if you start your day with an infectious smile, being on your feet the entire 12-hour shift can turn even the jolliest nurse into a grumpy one. But as the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.
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