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kybun Operations During COVID-19 Events

Posted by Annika Heitmann on

kybun Operations During COVID-19 Events

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak many companies have imposed temporary closures or taken other steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   Our online shop will remain available for purchases. The warehouse will ship out orders continuously while taking steps to keep their employees safe. Our shipping partners have implemented measures, such as touchless delivery, to help customers and their drivers stay as safe as possible.   We at kybun want to help the best we can to keep the risk for our staff and suppliers low. We have relocated our local office team to work from home. Service by...

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The fascia system, your most valuable sensory organ

Posted by Annika Heitmann on

The fascia system, your most valuable sensory organ

Fascia is a white muscular connective tissue which without exception surrounds every muscle, every bone, every organ, and even the nerves - every cell is wrapped in fascia. We consist of around 25 % fasciae! The fasciae form a network that runs through the entire body and performs a variety of functions. Fasciae give our body form, hold, and structure. They also influence the transmission of force within the muscles. The main tasks of fascia as a sensory organ consisting of communication and stimulus transmission. The fascia contains the largest number of receptors and nerve cells that overwhelm our brain...

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Reduce the risk of falls with kybun

Posted by Annika Heitmann on

Reduce the risk of falls with kybun

With increasing age, physical and mental performance decreases. By using kybun products regularly you can help and reduce the risk of falling. In each of us, the desire for pain-free movement is great and this is truer the older we get. With kybun, you can retain the feeling longer thanks to the elastic and springy kybun mat. Walking and standing in kybun products makes the gait more defined, muscle chains which stimulate balance and coordination are triggered. The elastic and springy walking prevents a protective posture and subconsciously improves the movement patterns noticeably within the first few minutes of use....

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Introducing our medical advisory

Posted by Annika Heitmann on

Introducing our medical advisory

We at kybun strive to deliver pain-free solutions to as many as possible. With thousands of shoes sold in the United States last year, we are on a good path to helping people ease their symptoms and improve their all-over health. But what happens, if you are not sure whether kybun can help with your symptoms? We have two convenient ways of informing our customers about medical conditions and how kybun can improve their health. One way is our medical advisory page. This comprehensive overview of medical conditions answers a lot of questions about symptoms and specific diseases. Customers can...

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Where does the kybun shoe originate?

Posted by Daniela Dudli on

Where does the kybun shoe originate?

Originally the first kybun shoes were produced in northern Italy as this provided the necessary infrastructure and closest proximity to Switzerland. This was where 5 years of meticulous research and design led to the realisation of the first kybun air-cushion sole which forms the foundation of the kybun shoe. Today more than half of all kybun shoes are made in Switzerland. Manufacturing shoes solely with 100% labour and materials in a single country is a big challenge nowadays. Although some upper shoe parts are sewn abroad, kybun sandals, for example, are almost entirely produced in Switzerland. The rest of the shoe...

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