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Anyone who works while standing will know that your legs and back always hurt by the end of the day. Poor posture and hard surfaces are usually the culprits.
Bettina Forrer works as a waitress. For years, she suffered from foot and back pain after long days at work.
Many people adopt the wrong posture when sitting at their desk. Christoph Kempter, CEO of SOPAC AG in St. Gallen, Switzerland, certainly found this to be the case.
kybun World in Sennwald offers you the opportunity to experience first-hand how air-cushion shoes are produced in Switzerland.
Peter Wild is happy: The new kybun sole not only relieves his pain, but also provides him with a general sense of wellbeing.
The key to freedom from pain lies in a springy, elastic trampoline bouncing movement. Swiss mechanical engineer Karl Müller is convinced that this key movement can alleviate back, hip, knee and foot problems.
Ten years ago, millions of people watched the harmonica player Michael Hirte win the second series of the talent show ‘Das Supertalent’, broadcast on German TV by RTL.
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.
Stefan Burkhalter lives in the Swiss canton of Thurgau and even though he is 43 years old, he is still one of Switzerland’s best Alpine wrestlers.
Irene Millard-Faude and Ruth Bloch live in Australia. On a trip home to Switzerland, they visited the World of walk-on-air in Sennwald and watched how the kyBoot Swiss air-cushion shoes are made in real time.
Urs Künzler suffered a brain haemorrhage and was confined to a wheelchair due to one-sided paralysis.
Sheri has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for years. She got used to her feet cramping up when she was walking.
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