WORCESTER, MA, May 09, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- It's a typical workday: wake up, eat breakfast, dress and head out the door. The mind is used to this routine, but the same can't be said for the body, or feet.
"Millions of people are on their feet all day, every day. People walk to work or walk around as a part of their work. They run when they are busy and at times of leisure. The feet are the body's wheels. We need healthy feet to get around. That's why foot care should be a main priority," explains Dr. Greene.
May is Global Employee Health and Fitness Month, and Dr. Greene sees this as the perfect opportunity to discuss the workplace environment and foot health.
Some people are on their feet all day while others have very sedentary jobs. Although both of these require a different amount of "footwork," both can still negatively impact foot health.
Footwear is the first thing a person should check for heading out for his/her job. Shoes can be one of two things: supportive or uncomfortable.
Due to fashion choices, many people opt for uncomfortable shoes, such as high heels, flats and ill-fitted business shoes. They lack the support, comfortable fit and protection against shock. Years of wearing ill-fitted shoes can cause corns, calluses, bunions and heel pain. Too much foot strain can lead to other injuries as well.
To acknowledge Global Employee Health and Fitness Month, please remember that work shoes with arch-support and a comfortable fit can put that extra pep in a person's step. Start and end the day without aching feet. Keeping feet healthy is a job in itself.
Treatment for foot pain in Worcester is available at Dr. Greene's practice-Central Massachusetts Foot Specialists.
To schedule an appointment or talk to one of Dr. Greene's staff, call the Worcester podiatrist office at (508) 757-3803. Or go to www.centralmassfoot.com
for more information pertaining to the practice and new patient protocol.
About Dr. Robert J. Greene:
Dr. Robert J. Greene graduated from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor's degree in Biology, and he completed his Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine (DPM) from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. After receiving is DPM, Dr. Greene participated in a two-year residency program in podiatric medicine and surgery at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, graduating in 1999. Dr. Greene has been in private practice since 2000. He is an active member of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Society, and an associate of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Dr. Greene also acts as an adjunct instructor of Health Sciences at Worcester State University and attending physician for the Saint Vincent Hospital Podiatric Surgical Residency Program.Media Contact:
Central Massachusetts Foot Specialists
Dr. Robert J. Greene
255 Park Ave., Suite 803
Worcester, MA 01609
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