Legs — Legs

Ligament rupture/torn muscles, partial rupture

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We have all been there. A moment of inattentiveness, tripping over a stone and now you have painfully twisted your ankle. Fortunately the pain usually goes away after a few minutes. But a ligament rupture may also occur.
With kybun you can prevent injury through proprioceptive foot training. If the muscle-tendon-ligament apparatus is already weakened or injured, kybun helps restore strength, coordination and mobility in the course of rehabilitation.

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Periostitis

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kybun can promote healing of periostitis. The soft, elastic material dampens the impact of hard surfaces. This reduces pain and the periosteum can recover.
After rehabilitation, kybun is the best way to prevent a relapse and it is ideal for regeneration and/or to balance more intense sports training.

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Knock-knees/bow legs

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Knock-knees/bow legs are not merely a cosmetic problem in adults. The main consequence is increased strain on the knee joint.
Over the long term, all severe leg malpositions – knock-knees or bow legs – lead to premature wear of the joint cartilage, so that osteoarthritis of the knee joint/gonarthrosis can be expected to develop.

With the kyBoot/kyBounder, you can strengthen your stabilizing foot and knee musculature and integrate leg axis training into your everyday life without requiring any extra time.

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Amputation/prosthetic foot or leg

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Amputees have enormous demands when it comes to the properties of shoes. Even at the beginning of rehabilitation, having the right shoes has a significant impact on the individual’s later gait pattern. The kyBoot stands out from all of the other shoe models on the market thanks to its air-cushion sole. If the amputee struggles to roll over the ankle in normal shoes, this completely disappears with the kyBoot.

The soft, springy soles absorb impact on all surfaces and enable the prosthetic foot to gently use the rollover motion. This saves a lot of energy and relieves stress on the residual limb. The hips and back are also relieved, which often leads to increased quality of life.

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Baker’s cysts

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A Baker’s cyst develops when the knee joint is damaged. It often arises in patients who suffer from osteoarthritis. Many affected individuals experience no complaints from the cysts, but sometimes they must be operated on nevertheless. Because the cysts can grow and cause pain, is makes sense to do something about the cause and gently strengthen the knee joint.

The kyBoot/kyBounder can very easily be integrated into your everyday routine. This trains the knee repeatedly over a longer period during the day, thus allowing it to gain more stability. The gentle movement in the kyBoot/kyBounder usually reduces knee pain and swelling.

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