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It seems like nurses are constantly looking for the perfect pair of shoes or inserts to make their shift as well-cushioned as possible. Some nurses swear by certain brands of shoes, while others stick to the method of compression stockings to help ease aching feet. One of the most common causes of foot pain, found often in athletes, is plantar fasciitis - though you don’t have to exercise to acquire this ailment. Contributors can include obesity or regularly wearing shoes with inadequate support. Plantar fasciitis can cause crippling pain, and once you have it, it seems that no shoes or stockings are going to help.
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