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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:
Standing steady again thanks to the kybun shoe
Reto Wambach is a freelance management consultant and lecturer. He used to suffer from back pain.
Ulrike Rausch suffers from heel spurs. She has seen four specialists in the hope of alleviating the pain.
Stefan Venzin was taking painkillers to battle his severe hip and back pain. Despite this, he still was unable to stand or walk for long periods.
Dijana Dakovic of Horw, Switzerland, suffers from multiple sclerosis. This affects her vision, sense of balance and locomotor system.
Samuel Gerber had to use crutches until recently because the pain he suffered was so severe. Neither insoles nor therapies alleviated the pain in his heels.
Philipp Scheuble, the mayor of a Swiss municipality named Rüthi, has been suffering from back pain for many years. His back felt painful whenever he stood for more than ten minutes. His doctor had recommended insoles.
Glenda Scargins had to undergo ankle joint arthrodesis. Ever since that operation, she has suffered from pain in her ankle joint.
Peter Zwahlen has been experiencing high levels of pain following a tendon injury. The injury occurred when the gifted mule carer was on a long ride about ten years ago.
Hans-Peter Schmid from Zurich has been blind from a young age. Because he can’t see the ground, he takes in information through his feet. And this is exactly what made him sceptical about trying kyBoot Swiss air-cushion shoes.
As a professional chef, Roger Christen is on his feet for over ten hours every day. He usually moves about on a hard floor in a very small space. The work became almost unbearable once he developed a severe case of heel spurs.
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