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Does my job impact my lower limbs?

If you are on your feet all day, it can mess with your back, legs and feet. A lot of the discomfort and pains could be prevented by wearing proper shoes suited to your job, along with following a daily foot care routine. Recently I saw a police officer, dentist, caterer and a few teachers, who all had foot pains; and it was mainly due to footwear, and the demands of being on their feet for extremely long periods.

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Whether you are one of the professionals mentioned, or fall into another category which demands long standing all the same, take notice.

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© Jorge Marquez Plaza

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Make an extra effort to take good care of your feet and legs; this can go a long way toward staying healthy and happy.

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© Jorge Marquez Plaza

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Wear the right shoe Flat sole shoes may seem like the obvious choice if you work on your feet, but these shoes aren’t recommended for prolonged standing.

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© Jorge Marquez Plaza

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Actually, your heel should be elevated by at least ¼ inch, and should be less than 2 inches. Work shoes should also provide good cushioning and/or arch support. 

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