Accessorizing your scrubs with custom embroidery is the perfect solution to adding your own personal touch and expressing your individuality. Many medical professionals choose to embroider their scrubs because it’s easier for patients and colleagues to identify them. Others want to enhance their professional look in a simple but effective way. No matter the reason, embroidered scrubs are a great way to stand out from the crowd.
How you feel in your scrubs determines how you perform during the day. Many clinicians prioritize comfort, especially during long shifts and being on the go. Our scrubs, created in collaboration with The Natori Company, are made of soft, flexible, antimicrobial, wrinkle-resistant fabric, allowing you to move effortlessly from home to hospital and everywhere in between.
In light of Cervical Cancer Awareness month, we partnered with Dr. Carolyn Moyers, a board-certified OB-GYN and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine trained physician, to provide an expert overview of Cervical Cancer.
Choosing comfortable work shoes can affect your entire body, from preventing lower back pain and unsteadiness, to curing fatigue and tendonitis. The shoes you wear can make all of the difference in your work day. It allows you to practice patient care without suffering from pain that can be avoided
In February 2020, Courtney was was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35. Both her mom and father’s sister are breast cancer survivors multiple times over, and because of their histories, she had been in a high-risk breast cancer screening program for 10+ years. Read her story here and how our Post Surgical Bra helped her.
Our 2021 Clinician Gift Guide is here! The Care+Wear x N Natori collaboration features both a men’s and a women’s line of scrubs.Both lines include scrub tops, an underscrub top, as well as a tapered pant or jogger pant. Both the men’s and women’s line range from sizes XS to XXL and come in Navy, Royal, Ceil, Black, and more!
Our 2021 Patient Gift Guide is here! From port tops to masks and PICC Line covers, we have an array of useful products that provide support to those undergoing chemotherapy, infusions for chronic illness, and more. Check them out here!
On Monday, November 8th, innovative healthwear companyCare+Wearhosted the second installment of their webinar series, entitled “A Symptom of the Pandemic - Accelerating Patient-Focused Care & Healthcare Consumerism.” Care+Wear brought together leaders in patient-centered care to discuss how the pandemic augmented their approach to healthcare consumerism.
Do you know someone who is still deciding what type of medicine they want to practice? This community blog takes a deep dive into Dr. Johnson's journey to podiatry. If you find this story compelling, pass it along!
A couple of weeks ago, Chat Razdan had the privilege of returning to his alma mater, the University of Virginia (UVA), to meet the generous couple bringing compassion and comfort to 1,000 babies in UVA Health’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
“Sir, You Have Breast Cancer!” These are the first words Harvey heard when being diagnosed withmale breast cancer. Yes, men do have breast, tissue and often because no one is checking, male breast cancer is diagnosed when it is much further progressed. Male breast cancer accounts for about 1% of all diagnoses. Each year approximately 2,300 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and over 500 men will die in the U.S.