Der Diabetes-Schuh von kybun


Karl Müller, what’s special about
your shoe for diabetics? The elastic springy sole on the
kybun shoe encourages or forces your foot to
move with a great deal more force. This activates the muscle pump and
the vein pump, which means the circulation in the foot greatly
improves. That’s very important for
diabetics. Additionally, the distribution of pressure
is much better on the kybun sole. Plus, the shoe for
diabetics has been fitted with a special upper portion that is
highly elastic. That makes it much easier to insert your feet.
There aren’t any seams on this shoe. What benefits does the kybun shoe have
for diabetics? I need to provide a bit of
background information to answer that. Lack of exercise is one of
the main causes of diabetes, and once people have developed it, they continue
to exercise far too little. That’s why a shoe that supports movement and
muscle activity represents a great advantage
for them. How did you get the idea to
make a shoe for diabetics? It’s well-known that diabetics have
poor circulation in their feet. That makes the kybun sole
the perfect thing for them. We realized that, and then our partner in Israel
said that his doctor had come to the same conclusion. He carried out a study and found that this shoe really does a better job of
distributing pressure. He asked us to produce a
shoe with an upper portion that contains as few seams as possible. That would make for the
the perfect shoe for diabetics. And so that’s what we
made. Why is it important for the
shoe for diabetics to have few seams? Diabetics have what’s known as
polyneuropathy, which means that the pathways that
carry information to and from the brain are disrupted because of
the pressure ratios involved. That means they don’t notice
increased pressure – so it makes sense to reduce
pressure strain. Reducing seams in shoe design represents one
method of doing so.

6 thoughts on “Der Diabetes-Schuh von kybun”

  1. Wo kann man denn den Schuh bekommen? Gibt es Testmöglichkeiten? Preis? Erstattungsfähigkeit durch Krankenkassen? Biettet der Schug die Möglichkeit der Druckentlastung oder Druchverteilung?

  2. Die sind hässlich mann kann für junge was andres machen so gar für mich sind die nicht schön mit denen kamma nicht weg gehen

  3. Ganz toll!!!!!Wo kann man den kaufen?
    Die halbe Türkei lebt von unserer Krankenversicherung ,die Krankenhaus kosten in Deutschland sind nicht mehr zu bezahlen und wir Deutsche halten einfach die Schnauze???????

  4. Das ist lächerlich.. Vegan sein hilft gegen Diabetis ! Gesättigte Fette reduzieren ! Keine Schlechten Fette.. und nicht ein Schuh

  5. Hi. Bin selbst Diabetiker. Meiner Meinung nach hätte man darauf aufmerksam machen müssen, dass es sich um TYP 2 Diabetes handelt. War sehr verwirrt als Typ 1 Diabetes Patient als ich das sah und es irritierte mich bis Ich mich mit ein paar Freunden die das auch haben ausgetauscht habe.
    Mfg.

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