The Most Comfortable Shoes for Nurses!

Our shoes are designed to alleviate pain for all day comfort

  • Superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot
  • Accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Free shipping & easy exchanges

Nurses take care of other people all day, making it imperative that they take care of themselves. They are typically on their feet for long periods of time, and without the proper foot support, this can result in severe lower back pain to throbbing knee joints. Wearing proper footwear can help alleviate the pain and distribute weight evenly throughout your foot.

The Therafit Difference

Therafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot, reducing the stretch and aggravation of the plantar fascia ligament.

  • Work
  • Home
  • Travel

7 Layers of Foot Protection

  1. Comfortable, breathable easily cleaned, upper material that keeps temperature in check.
  2. A shock absorbing EVA removable insole, with contured arch and heel support.
  3. A gel insert comfort pad that adds comfort for long hours on your feet.
  4. Patented personal heel adapters
  5. An adjustable shock absorbing heel wedge to personalize your level of comfort.
  6. Uniquely formulated compression molded EVA midsole.
  7. Long lasting, high grip rubber outsole.

How Therafit has helped Nurses Stay Comfortable All Shift Long

How Therafit has helped Nurses Stay Comfortable All Shift Long

Dr. Liana Korytowski-Seldin, D.P.M., AACFAS

"Therafit sneakers have the perfect arch support for plantar fasciitis sufferers. I wear them and recommend them to my patients."

Dr. Liana Korytowski-Seldin, D.P.M., AACFAS
Dr. Liana Korytowski-Seldin, D.P.M., AACFAS

"Supportive shoes, such as the Therafit running shoes or supportive sandals, can ease the tension on the plantar fascia and aid in healing. The Therafit shoe has a stable heel and solid sole that limits unnecessary stretching of these tissues, and promotes the realignment of the foot and better balance."

Pam Haig, Board Certified Pedorthist