The best scrub store blog posts in Northern Colorado

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During the launch of the new Landau Forward Collection, Landau meticulously crafted a type of comfort the scrub industry has never seen. It combined high performance - with four-way stretch and moisture wicking - with a high image, inspired by modern design. All while lowering the environmental impact with its sustainably sourced CiCLO technology. The end result is comfort that’s more functional, flexible, durable, and sustainable than ever before.

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Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful!

As a healthcare professional, your job is to provide care and comfort to your patients. But who says you can't look good while doing it? Introducing Zoë Alexandra scrubs from Zavate Uniforms, the high-quality medical uniforms designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals who want to feel comfortable and confident while on the job.

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Jogger scrub pants have become one of the most popular items of clothing for medical professionals in recent years. This is largely due to their unique combination of comfort and style, which makes them ideal for both work and play. Made from lightweight, breathable fabric, usually polyester or cotton, these scrub pants are very comfortable to wear, even working long shifts in a hospital.

Most joggers have an elastic waistband and drawstring closure to provide a snug fit, while the wide leg openings allow for a full range of motion. The signature jogger design also adds a bit of flair to a normally drab medical wardrobe. These pants also come in an array of colors, prints, and styles. This allows medical professionals to express their own personal style while still remaining professional.

They are also very affordable, so it’s easy to stock up on several pairs in different colors and patterns. Jogger pants are also incredibly versatile. They can be worn with a t-shirt or collared shirt for a casual look or dressed up with a blazer or button-down for a more formal...

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As a healthcare professional, you know firsthand the importance of staying up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in your field. One way to do this is by reading blogs written by experts in the industry. But have you ever considered writing your own blog?

Blogging can be a great way to share your knowledge and experiences with others, and to engage with your colleagues and peers. It's also a fantastic way to build your personal brand and establish yourself as a thought leader in your field.

So, where do you start? Here are a few tips for writing an interesting blog for healthcare professionals:

  1. Choose a topic that you're passionate about: Whether it's a new research finding, a clinical case study, or a personal experience, writing about something you're passionate about will make the process more enjoyable and your blog more engaging.
  2. Keep it concise: As a busy healthcare professional, your readers likely don't have a lot of time to spare. Aim for blog posts that are 500-800 words long, and use subheadings to break up the text and...
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Compression socks are a special type of sock that helps to improve blood circulation and reduce swelling. They are often used by people who have to stand or sit for long periods of time, such as office workers, nurses, and long-distance travelers.

There are many benefits of compression socks, including:

1. Improved blood circulation

2. Reduced swelling

3. Reduced risk of blood clots

4. Improved recovery from exercise

5. Increased comfort during extended periods of sitting or standing.

If you are on your feet a lot and are looking for a way to improve your circulation and reduce swelling, compression socks may be a good option for you.

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Scrubs are not what they used to be. No longer simply functional and not very fashionable, here are five points about modern medical uniforms:

1. More medical professionals are realizing how stylish and professional the modern medical uniforms have become. If a patient sees a doctor or nurse who is well-dressed and looks good, they will be more likely to trust them, and that is a skill worth the price of a set of new scrubs.

2. There are now more options when it comes to medical uniforms. In the past, there were only a few standard styles to choose from. Now, there are so many different brands and styles to choose from that medical professionals can find a uniform that fits their own personal elegance.

3. In the past, they were often made from scratchy and uncomfortable materials. Now, they are made from softer and more comfortable fabrics, making them more pleasant to wear for long hours.

4. Medical uniforms are now available in a variety of colors. In the past, they were usually only available in white or a few other neutral colors. Now, they come in...

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As the demands on nurses continue to grow, so too must the level of care they can provide. To meet this challenge, nurses must stay abreast of the latest advances in their field:

1. Telehealth. One of the latest advances in nursing care is the use of telehealth, or the use of technology to deliver healthcare services remotely. This can be done via video conferencing, phone calls, or even text messages. Telehealth allows nurses to provide care to patients who may not be able to come to a healthcare facility. It also allows nurses to provide care to patients in rural areas who may not have access to a healthcare facility.

2. Electronic Health Records. Another advance in nursing care is the use of electronic health records (EHRs) which are computerized versions of a patient’s medical history. They can be used to track a patient’s health over time and can be accessed by multiple healthcare providers. EHRs can help nurses provide better care to their patients. They can also help nurses save time by eliminating the need to track down a patient’s medical records.


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Medical professionals are often required to maintain a professional appearance while on the job. There are a few simple ways to ensure you always look professional, no matter what the situation.

1. First and foremost, be sure to groom yourself well. This means keeping your hair neat and styled, and your facial hair trimmed. You should also make sure your nails are clean and well-manicured.

2. Next, you will want to choose clothing that is both comfortable and professional. Avoid anything that is too tight, revealing, or casual. Instead, opt for clothing that is pressed and wrinkle-free.

3. In addition to your clothing, pay attention to your accessories. Choose items that are tasteful and appropriate for the setting.

4. Finally, always remember to carry yourself with confidence. Stand up straight and make eye contact when speaking to others. Avoid fidgeting or slouching. Keep your voice steady and clear.

By following these simple tips, you can ensure you always look professional as a medical professional.

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There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best medical uniform for your job will depend on a number of factors, including your job role, the type of medical facility you work in, and your personal preferences. However, there are a few general tips that can help you choose the right medical uniform for your job:

1. Consider your job role. The medical uniform you choose should be appropriate for your job role. For example, if you are a doctor, you will need a different uniform than if you are a nurse.

2. Consider the type of medical facility you work in. The medical uniform you choose should also be appropriate for the type of medical facility you work in. For example, a hospital will have different uniform requirements than a doctor's office.

3. Consider your personal preferences. When choosing a medical uniform, it is important to consider your personal preferences. For example, you may prefer a certain color or style of uniform.

4. Ask for recommendations. If you are unsure of which medical uniform to choose, ask for recommendations...

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This article discusses how Scrub Store gets groups outfitted into scrubs. When it comes to getting medical professional organizations into medical uniforms, Scrub House is the best scrub store in Northern Colorado.

The purpose of this article is to describe to medical (and other) organizations how we outfit groups of all sizes and what "tools" we find useful.

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First, Scrub House does all the research needed to assist the client in choosing the right scrubs for their group. Tools we use to do this are vendor catalogs, web links to products, and product samples. Another useful tool s a pricing sheet or a website contact page with the group's discount already included.

Second, once the scrubs are selected, Scrub House then discusses embroidery options. The two tools Scrub House uses are a Font Selection brochure, digitizing requirements and fees (as needed), and an embroidery order form with pricing. If the cost of embroidery was not included in the first pricing sheet, this is the time to discuss pricing and turnaround time....

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Some teachers are going to be teaching online this year, so teachers are prepping our workspaces and collecting practical tips. But others are going back to school buildings—and although they are eager to see their kids, the health risks can feel overwhelming.

1. Scrubs could keep us safer

Viruses spread through the air. And we know that some viruses live longer on hard surfaces than porous ones (like fabric). But there’s a reason doctors and nurses change their clothes before they leave work or as soon as they get home. Clothing can harbor virus particles; we cannot claim immunity from this kind of transmission. And anyone who thinks that kids are going to maintain six feet of distance at all times has not been around many children.

2. Scrubs could save us money

Everyone knows teachers should make more money. That’s another issue for another day. But consider this: What will the wear and tear be like on our professional...