Keep sweat off your face and your hair covered during long stressful shifts with a professional-looking scrub cap.
Modern Fit Scrubs Top
Available in styles for men and women, these scrubs are soft to the touch and designed to fit like regular tailored clothing.
Modern Fit Scrubs Pants
Also available in multiple sizes and colors for both genders, these scrubs pants offer improved features such as a fly zipper and high-function drawstrings.
For medical professionals who are on their feet during most of the workday, these shoes are a must-have to bring you orthopedic comfort.
Bonus: Athleisure Underscrub Tee
This moisture-wicking performance knit is lightweight and breathable with fabric technology to keep you dry and odor free all day.
Medelita Core One Underscrub Tee
What are the requirements of the professional clogs? Obviously the appearance is pretty high on the list considering how important it is to project the right image, especially dealing with patients who often find themselves in a stressful environment. Would you be nervous if you saw your doctor in a wrinkled scrubs wearing tennis shoes ? Would you feel more comfortable and relaxed if the doc was wearing nice lab coat and professional clogs ? Ok, let’s get more technical. It’s probably a good idea to choose skid resistant and non-marking sole. Good shock absorbency is a must. There are plenty of professional clogs with ergonomic designs that propel you forward when you walk. A great example is Sanita clogs. Clogs for men. Professional Cabrio Black. (http://www.medelita.com/sanita-medical-clogs-professional-cabrio-black-mens.html)
Here’s a great article that goes into a lot more detail on the subject:
“As we mentioned earlier, there are specific anatomical explanations that explain why a clog is the preferred choice for those who are on their feet the majority of their shift. In contrast to traditional shoes or athletic footwear, in a clog your foot is not constrained, it’s cradled. Sanita clogs, with their unique combination of the Sandflex Sole and just the right amount of support at the heel and padding at the arch, transfers motion from heel to toe with comfort and stability no shoe or competing clog can duplicate. This makes it the preferred choice of healthcare workers worldwide. Sanitas clogs are also sized specifically for men and women, as opposed to the so called “unisex” sizing of some other clog brands that ignore the inherent differences in the shape of the male and female foot.”
Full article link: http://medelita.com/community/medelita/press-releases/clogs/
If you are in the market for professional clogs, choosing the best place to shop requires some research as well. It’s hard to tell what kind of customer service you might experience if there’s a problem with your order or product itself. Price is not always a good indicator. However you can get the best of both worlds if you do a little research. We recommend to take a look at Medelita. It’s a company with a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction and best possible service.
For physicians, we recommend medical clogs, Sanita brand in particular for it’s established reputation as a leader in manufacturing highest quality medical shoes for physicians, clinicians, surgeons and doctors in general. Sanita makes physician clogs with footbeds that provide soft cushioning and excellent arch support that’s latex-free, antimicrobial and odor-resistant. Many shoe styles are available in patent leather which makes caring for them a lot easier, especially in the hospital environment. Another advantage of the physician medical shoes made by Sanita is sturdiness allowing them to last for a very long time.
Reviews of the Sanita Physician Clogs:
“I’m on my feet all day lecturing and in lab. These shoes are safe for the lab setting and provide great support for being on my feet all day. They’ve required some breaking in. They’ve been causing some amount of pain at the heel and the top of the foot around the shoe opening. When I first got the shoes, I could barely get through the work day, and my feet were still sore the next day, so I couldn’t wear them 2 days in a row. They are now starting to loosen up, and I am experiencing much less discomfort. I’m confident that they will soon be fully conformed to my feet, and expect to have no discomfort at all. I also expect that the sturdiness of the shoe which led to the need to break them in will also mean they will last a very long time.” – Dr.J, Professor.