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The Achilles tendon (Tendo calcaneus or Tendo Achillis) is the common final tendon of the three-headed calf muscle (Musculus triceps surae), consisting of the two-headed calf muscle (Musculus Gastrocnemius) and the soleus muscle (Musculus soleus) to the heel.
- Injury (pulled muscle)
- Venous insufficiency
- Arterial insufficiency
- Varicose veins
- Thrombosis in a deep vein
- Initial reaction: In conventional shoes, a normal rollover of the foot was hardly possible. In the kyBoot, the Achilles tendon/calf are stretched during rollover of the foot, which can lead to symptoms such as pain in the calf.
Tips: 1) Take smaller steps, keep your body upright 2) Perform kybun exercises (interval) 3) Take kyBoot breaks
- Unstable foot position in the kybun shoe, e.g. twisting to the inside or outside
- Body posture (bent forward?)
- Steps too long
- Other cause/illness: e.g. heel spur, venous insufficiency, circulatory problem (see above)
The affected individual starts limping and therefore automatically puts excessive strain on other joints, for example the foot on the sound side, the knees or the back.
- Regular stretching of the calf musculature
- Cooling, e.g. with ice
- Load reduction
- Relief for the muscle. The basic stress can be relieved by increasing the heel height (only in the short term, otherwise shortening occurs)
- Rubbing with salves
- Special bandages
- Sensorimotor insoles
- Avoid standing in the kybun shoe/on the kybun mat for long periods of time, and keep moving as much as possible (for standing activities: walk in place)
- Do not make your steps too long
- Be sure to maintain an upright body posture
- Correct the foot position if you notice lateral/medial rolling of the ankle joint
- Wear the kybun shoe as often as possible. Integrate the kybun mat and kybun shoe into your daily routine
- If you want to boost the training effect at home, the kybun mat is the ideal training device. Do as much housework as possible on the kybun mat (e.g. ironing)
- Make sure that your feet (especially the lower leg muscles and ankle joints) are always warm. This promotes blood circulation and the healing process
- Stretch your calf musculature several times a day (the first time in the morning after getting up, once you have walked for a while)
- Especially in the morning, the kybun shoe should be worn starting with the first step if possible in order to gently release night time agglutination in the morning
- Do not try to force anything. If the pain gets worse, give the long muscles of the foot a break and provide relief with the kybun exercises