Medical professionals are impressed with the effects of kybun products
Erika Wissman has a thing or two to say about the practice of holistic therapy methods.
“I broke three vertebrae in an accident eight years ago and I’ve suffered from neurological problems ever since. If I wear normal shoes, I get pain in my thoracic spine and suffer from neck tension. I get bunions sometimes too. Thanks to my kybun shoes, I now have no problems walking. It’s just amazing. They’re so comfortable to walk around in and I can hardly feel the bunion anymore.”
Medical professionals have been impressed by the therapeutic benefits of kybun shoes and the kybun mat within the context of foot surgery.
“The extraordinary absorption properties of kybun shoes make them perfect for patients with arthritis in the legs. The shoes provide a high level of comfort to the wearer as they go about their daily activities. We are able to reduce our patients’ pain medication thanks to the kybun shoes. As a result, the shoes play a key role in the therapy process,” explains a delighted Dr med. Markus Müller, consultant for orthopaedic surgery certified by the Swiss Medical Association.
In cases like this, effective rehabilitation is essential. It is important to heal wounds using the right tools and methods. Time and the type of rehabilitation play an important role. No matter what the type of therapy, it should take up as much time as necessary and take place as quickly as possible in order to ensure that you can make a swift and full recovery.
kybun shoes and the kybun mat meet both of these requirements. Each individual rehabilitation exercise you do is far more effective when using the soft, springy surface, which leads to speedy and effective results. This is due to the quality of the material. The polyurethane in kybun shoes and the kybun mat means the mat or shoe always cushions against the pressure from the weight of the body. As a result, your feet and the rest of your body are constantly moving, which exercises the deep inner muscles and releases tension.
Since 2016 I have taken 11'606'690 steps on the elastic cushion sole of the kybun shoe. With each of my shoes, I took an average of 3.8 million steps.
"I am 74 years old and a passionate pilgrim. I first wore the kybun shoe on my last 250-mile walk along the French Way. Walking was very pleasant and my knee pain was a thing of the past. I was especially surprised at how cushioned and agreeable it feels to walk on asphalt. I could feel the kybun shoe strengthening the muscles in my legs and feet. I now only ever wear my sandals or my kybun shoes."
I can't recommend kybun shoes highly enough. I am now 76 and have been a long distance walker and country dancer for many years. In that time I have tried so many shoes and my kybun shoes are quite the best. They are so comfortable that I wear them all the time for walking, gardening, zumba dancing and housework. They are as comfortable as the softest slippers and yet tough enough for a 10mile cross country walk. I also have a physiotherapist friend who is very impressed by the shoes shock absorbing properties and the supportive fit which makes them ideal for ageing joints.