The soft, springy sole absorbs impact on all surfaces and enables the prosthetic foot to gently use the rollover motion. This saves a lot of energy and relieves stress on the residual limb. As a result, the hips and back are also relieved, which often leads to increased quality of life.
Fill out our contact form if you are an amputee who wears a prosthesis and would like to get quick and thorough advice from an expert.
We have first-hand experience!
We would like to introduce you to Mr Jürgen Zeller. Mr Zeller has had both of his legs amputated. He knew right away when he first tried on a pair of kyBoot shoes that he wanted to share this feeling with other people in a similar condition. It has been a matter very close to his heart since then to make sure that other people with prosthetic feet don’t suffer from wearing poor footwear. He wanted draw attention to how important it is for people with only one foot – or no feet at all – to also improve their gait with the perfect shoe in order to enjoy a better quality of life.
Mr Zeller completed the basic medical training course at kybun AG in 2015. Since mid-2015 he has been working as a freelance medical consultant and expert for amputees and people who wear prostheses in southern Germany.
Please visit Mr Zeller’s webpage Prothesen-Tuning if you have any questions about prostheses and amputation.
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