Choosing the right foot wear can be tricky if you don't know what you
are looking for. Keeping your feet comfortable and safe during the day is
what your shoes have been made for.
However many people across the country are either choosing to wear
poorly made shoes for their demands or are being asked to wear poor
shoes for comfort and safety in the workplace.
Professions that involve standing most of the day such as nurses,
teachers, carpenters and builders are particularly vulnerable to ill fitting
and designed shoes.
If you are getting pain in your foot or your looking to improve your
current foot wear, then - a good shoe has:
Getting the right fit for your foot can be challenging. A knowledgeable
and skilled shop assistant should know what to look for. Often they don't
and up to 75% of people wear the wrong shoe size.
Click here to search for a qualified shoe fitter in your area:
Shoe sizes aren't standardised so for those of you who say you are a size
8UK... thats only in one type of shoe!!
Avoiding slips at work can stop you having to take valuable time off work...
Make sure the soles are grippy and have proper tread marks... softer rubber has better grip than harder material.
Finding a balance between what looks good and a shoe that is
comfortable....even at the end of the day can be a struggle. Fashion and
style can easily get the better of us!!
Talking to a podiatrist about the best type of shoe can be the best way
to improve your foot wear so your feet are comfortable and safe
throughout the day!
Call us on Tel 02039181322 if you'd like to consult with us on a foot problem! It might well be your shoes that are the problem...