Liquor.com | The Dogs Screaming? These are Four Important Tips for Bartenders to Take Care of Their Feet
Long hours of standing, often in unsupportive shoes and on slippery surfaces, can wreak havoc on bartenders’ feet. And according to Rhonda Cammon, a Nashville bartender and nurse, not taking proper care of your feet can also be hazardous to your long-term health.
“Foot problems often cause a chain reaction through the lower half of the body, impacting your calves, knees and hips and putting you at greatest risk for chronic issues like plantar fasciitis and tendonitis,” says Cammon.
Here, Cammon and other bartenders share their tips for taking care of your feet.