Sore Feet From Work? 4 Ways To Soothe Them | Kintec: Footwear + Orthotics


Okay, you know that feeling we all get when we come home from a long day of work, you put up your feet and breathe out a sigh of relief because your feet have been killing you all day long? But that sounds completely normal… Right? Not exactly. Here are 4 ways that you can help your feet and body, feel a whole lot better throughout your working day. 1. Choose Appropriate Footwear Your shoes are very important to the overall comfort of your feet. They should match the demands of your job, your biomechanics of your feet, and improve the overall efficiency of your walking gait If you’ve never had your walking gait analyzed, you should see a Shoe Fitting Specialist to help you know what to look for in footwear. 2. Support Your Feet The biomechanics of your feet may warrant the need for insoles
or custom foot orthotics. Orthotics can relieve pain for many common
foot conditions that are intensified from being
on your feet all day long. 3. Wear Compression Socks Compression socks are designed to push blood
away from your feet, back towards your heart. This helps to increase the blood flow and
circulation to your feet and legs. These socks come in all shapes and sizes that can easily be worn under your
jeans or dress pants. 4. Alternate Footwear Over time, your shoes lose their ability to
absorb shock. This means that extra shock is then transferred
to your feet and joints instead. If you can, alternate your footwear each day. This’ll allow the midsole cushion to fully expand and also increase the lifespan of your footwear. So remember, it’s not normal to have sore feet. You can do something about it! These are just a few ways to help. If you’d like more info, talk to a Kintec
Fitting Expert today.

2 Comments

  • Sadly I can't choose the shoes I'm wearing at work, I have to wear security shoes. At the end of the day the pain is unbearable 🙁

  • barefoot is the only way to go, or vibrams

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