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Most comfortable Nursing Shoes?I have a horrible back and standing for long periods of time hurts my back really bad. Also my feet start aching. I need super comfortable shoes for CNA (Certified Nursing Aide) I was thinking about getting some Keens but I don’t know if they are allowed so I need some information and some opinions from people about the best shoes. Please Help!
Posted by Jacee
MiddemsI wear Asics gel athletic shoes while I’m at work with orthotic inserts. I’ve found them to be most comfortable for me. Many like dansko’s, but I’ve also seen many roll their ankles so I’m a little weary, I also find that people can’t run in them very well and where I work we have quite a few codes because of the fact that we are a children’s hospital and a trauma center so being able to run in whatever shoes you have on it necessary. You can expect to spent a decent amount on a good pair of shoes. You also may want to consider seeing a podiatrist for orthotic inserts. I’d suggest going to a good shoe store and trying on a bunch of different pairs to see what’s most comfortable for you. I’d also make sure that you’re lifting patients properly so you don’t further strain your back.
What are the best shoes for standing/walking long periods of time?
Posted by teardrops on my guitar
MiddemsNursing shoes, get the ones with thick soles. Some are cute. Yes, they work!
Nursing Shoes Suggestion?I have a question for those who are nurses or who work in a health care setting. I am starting my clinicals for nursing school in January and I am looking to get really nice comfortable shoes. They have to be all white and heel and toe completely enclosed, meaning no clogs, but tennis shoes are allowed. The only problem is that last year I sprained my ankle very bad, with an air cast and crutches for a while after. It never healed properly and I have a lot of scar tissue and pain. They wanted to do surgery, but I refused, seeing as I have been on the waiting list for this seat for two years. I have great grades, but the amount of teachers is nowhere near enough to accommodate the amount of students in the program. I have waited so long for my seat, there is no chance I am going to give it up, which would inevitably happen if I got surgery. Therefore, I am looking for shoes that are going to be comfortable and hopefully be supportive enough that I can stand for long periods of time without being in too much pain. All suggestions are helpful. Thanks!
Posted by rita
MiddemsYou can buy crocs now that look semi formal. I have a family member who is a nurse and she loves them.
What is a really good nursing shoe?I’m starting school this coming August for a health care program, and one of the uniform requirements is an “all-white shoe”, preferably athletic, (no clogs, sling backs, crocs, etc) and I will need them to be very comfortable and supportive as I will be standing in surgery for clinicals for numerous hours at a time. I was looking at Nike Shox and Puma, but any other recommendations? Thanks!
Posted by defunct
MiddemsThe nurses at my clinic just try to wear the most lightweight but supportive shoes they can find. Here’s a good site: