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Standing steady again thanks to the kybun shoe
On 11 September 1983, Jürgen Zeller, a former competitive athlete, lost both of his legs in a serious motorcycle accident. They were torn clean off.
It cushions jolts when landing after a jump, it is elastic springy, it has a non-slip sole, it is comfortable, trendy, relieves strain on joints and builds up deep muscles:
The FCSG attacker Cedric Itten tore the anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament in his right knee back in September 2018.
Dijana Dakovic of Horw, Switzerland, suffers from multiple sclerosis. This affects her vision, sense of balance and locomotor system.
Lucija Kaderli from Seftigen in Switzerland’s Bernese Highlands suffered from knee pain for a long time.
A serious skiing accident around 30 years ago abruptly changed Carlo Bachmann’s life. Ever since, he has been paralysed on one side of his body. For five years, he spent four hours a day in the gym, fighting his way back to his everyday life.
Heavy legs, burning feet and back problems – familiar problems for employees in standing professions.
Peter Wild is happy: The new kybun sole not only relieves his pain, but also provides him with a general sense of wellbeing.
Sheri has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for years. She got used to her feet cramping up when she was walking.
The Alpine descent in Seewis, a municipality in the Swiss region of Prättigau, attracts hundreds of spectators each year.
Glenda Scargins had to undergo ankle joint arthrodesis. Ever since that operation, she has suffered from pain in her ankle joint.
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