Heavy legs, burning feet and back problems – familiar problems for employees in standing professions.
Entrepreneur Wilfried Franz suffered from knee pain for years. He used to have to avoid taking long walks in order to spare his legs.
Even after walking just a few metres, Arthur Rusch was in so much pain that he didn’t want to walk another step.
FCSG striker and Swiss national player Cedric Itten is back on the pitch after a long injury break.
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:
Professor Karl Hecht is 92 years old, but he looks several years younger. He is a highly regarded medical expert in the fields of stress, sleep and aerospace travel and still gives regular lectures about his research.
Usually, Pascal Wieser spends most of his working hours sitting at a desk, but now and then, the managing director of the Vögele travel agency spends days standing at trade shows, presenting his company. This quickly gave him severe back pain.
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.
René Keusen had to give up his job at the Opera House for health reasons. Two slipped discs and knee trouble made his life difficult and gave him severe pain.
Rafaela Hayden has two horrific years behind her. A malposition of the foot meant she was in great pain. This made every step agony to her; she could hardly walk.
Christine Weisskirchen works the night shift at a hospital. She suffered for a long time from thick calluses and open areas on her feet.
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.
Peter Wild is happy: The new kybun sole not only relieves his pain, but also provides him with a general sense of wellbeing.
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.
Rhine Valley native Werner Zünd stood on the touchline for 17 years as FC St. Gallen assistant coach. While head coaches have come and gone, he has remained.
Ivan Bonderer from Bad Ragaz, Switzerland, is a groundsman at FC St. Gallen. His job sees him take around 25,000 steps each day.
Reto Wambach is a freelance management consultant and lecturer. He used to suffer from back pain.
The Wattenwil old people’s and nursing home actively supports the well-being of its staff.
Concert cellist Tess Remy just changed from a plaster bandage to a ankle bandage when she was looking for a comfortable shoe for her concerts.
Former TV presenter Matthias Hüppi is the new president of FC St. Gallen.
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