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Daniela Bäder, who works as a dance teacher in Graubünden, Switzerland, suffers from Morton’s neuroma, a nerve inflammation in her foot.
Lussia Zäch suffered from pain due to damage in her lumbar vertebrae and the bunion in her foot for many years. Even walking short distances would quickly become unbearably painful. However, she also wanted to avoid having an operation.
Even after walking just a few metres, Arthur Rusch was in so much pain that he didn’t want to walk another step.
Caroline Winter had been suffering from severe sacral joint pain ever since the birth of her daughter. Visits to an osteopath and a regular fitness regime allowed her to keep the pain temporarily at bay.
The FC St. Gallen stadium was rechristened ‘kybunpark’ in the summer of 2016. Who is kybun, and what does it do? Schweiz aktuell got to take a look behind the scenes.
Nurses are always on their feet, helping their fellow human beings. They ensure the well-being of their patients, day in and day out, while often forgetting about themselves.
Professor Karl Hecht is 92 years old, but he looks several years younger. He is a highly regarded medical expert in the fields of stress, sleep and aerospace travel and still gives regular lectures about his research.
Entrepreneur Wilfried Franz suffered from knee pain for years. He used to have to avoid taking long walks in order to spare his legs.
The World of walk-on-air factory experience opened its doors on 10 September 2016 in Sennwald, Switzerland.
Matthias Schmid is head of the Schmid-Fehr AG print shop in the Swiss municipality of Goldach, near Lake Constance.
The kyBounder allows you to improve your fitness during each working hour.
The soft, springy kyTrainer treadmill from kybun is a multifunctional physiotherapy device that is the only one of its kind in the world.
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