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Johann Brülisauer from Teufen in Switzerland has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for years. He wears a special sole to help minimise the various symptoms, which include stiffness, immobility and instability of posture.
Wilhelm Phals had been suffering from severe back pain. It got to the point where he could no longer walk, and during his trip to Bolivia, he needed to see a doctor for emergency treatment.
Hermann Baur spent ten days on his feet at his trade fair booth at the BEA in Bern, Switzerland.
Ernest Lamon was a professional épée fencer who won the Swiss championships ten times over the course of his career. However, the sport took a painful toll on his body.
Samuel Schilt works as technical building manager at the Centre for Medical Training in Bern. He was experiencing severe pain, making it necessary to have a surgical implant placed between his sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae.
Alex Zenhäusern is a telematics specialist at Elektro Frei Rheintal AG. He spends a large amount of his time at work standing in front of his computer – and on top of a soft, springy kyBounder.
Marco Sessa had been suffering from pain for quite some time. He first had operations performed on his left, and, later on, on his right hip. A short time later, he was forced to undergo surgery to repair a herniated disc.
The Staubern restaurant in the Alpstein massif is a popular destination. Staff there are on their feet for over 12 hours serving hikers and sightseers on nice days.
Hansruedi Siegrist suffers from severe arthritis pain in his right knee. He nearly had to give up his dream of climbing Kilimanjaro, which measures 5,895 metres, for that reason.
Rosalba Jäggi was in a serious car accident over 20 years ago and had to undergo several operations as a result. The prognosis was devastating. “The doctors told me that I wouldn’t be able to walk again after all the operations,” Rosalba Jäggi explains.
The Swiss national tournament days are being held on 9 and 10 September 2017 in Eschenbach, Lucerne.
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.