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Practical Tips To Maintain Healthy Nurse Feet

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As nurses, you are on your feet for most of your duty in the hospital. Hence, experiencing sore feet after your shift is most likely a regular thing you endure. For most nurses, that pain has become a normal indication of another hard day at work. However, you can choose to do something about it and spare yourself from such pain and discomfort.

These foot care tips can prevent foot problems and list down treatment for nurses. Some of these tips include doing proper stretching you can do even while at work, the benefit of Epsom salt, and the importance of wearing compression socks to prevent swelling.

These foot care tips can significantly help you with your sore and tired feet, enabling you to do your work without worrying about what to do about your feet after your shift. Check out these tips here: 10 Ways Healthcare Workers Can Promote Foot Health.

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