New Balance Shoes For Nurses
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Working on your feet all day can be tiring and fatigue the muscles in your feet, especially if you have flat feet. Therefore it is important to have the appropriate type of support to reduce the pressure on your feet and your Plantar Fascia. One way of reducing the pressure on flat feet is to wear supportive shoes. Running shoes have the most advanced technology when it comes to foot support and they can be used for walking and standing. We see a lot of nurses who attend our clinic with flat feet and this article will provide you with the 3 best Nursing Shoes for Flat Feet.
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We recommend the ASICS Women’s GT-1000 11 for Nurses with Flat feet due to their external heel counter, Litetruss technology, and FlyteFoam cushioning.
The external heel counter provides additional stability to the ankle joint and combined with the Litetruss technology helps to control pronation moments that are more pronounced in those with flat feet.
Asics Flytefoam cushioning is responsive and firm to provide extra comfort to your feet during a long day.Buy Now
We recommend the New Balance Women’s Fresh Foam X 860 V12 shoe for Nurses with flat feet due to their Freshfoam ultra cushioning, medial posting and wide toe box.
The Freshfoam is lightweight and feels like you are walking on a cloud without allowing excess foot movement. The medial posting helps to support flat feet and reduce excess pronation moments in the gait cycle.Buy Now
We recommend the Hoka Arahi 6 Shoes for Nurses with Flat Feet due to their cushioning, medial arch support and J-Frame midsole.
The responsive cushioning reduces the impact on your feet that you can experience when walking and standing.
The medial arch support helps to tilt your foot outwards, supporting the sole of the foot and reducing the risk of conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis.Buy Now
This is not medical advice. We recommend a consultation with a medical professional such as James McCormack. He offers Online Physiotherapy Appointments for £45.