We like to write about our job and everything related to it. Check out the blogs below!

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Everything about stretching

July 29, 2021

This blog describes in a concise, understandable and yet detailed manner whether and why you should stretch. There are, for example, differences between static and dynamic stretching, whether you should stretch.

Hiking time

May 21, 2021

The weekend of Pentecost is just around the corner; we have the next three days off, what about you? We put on our hiking shoes and will go for a walk! Enjoying fresh air, your face in the sun (hopefully) and the beautiful nature of Switzerland. This not only makes us happier but also healthier. But what if you suddenly encounter pain while walking?

What is Podiatry?

April 29, 2021

Podiatrists are medical specialists who help people of all ages with many foot-related conditions. About 70%  of people have or will suffer from foot-related problems during their lifetime. The word podiatry is derived from the Greek word ‘podos’ which means foot. Thus, literally translated, podiatry means foot therapy.


Hip pain when jogging

February 16, 2021

Jogging can put a lot of strain on the hip joint and cause pain. Overloading is often the reason for discomfort during and after jogging. This is primarily caused by too long, intense running units or following insufficient regeneration. A typical consequence of the overload is a bursitis of the so-called trochanteric bursits. Pain located deep on the side of the hip may be an indication of this.


February 2, 2021

Due to the current situation, many people work from home. We love our home, but our bodies are not used to working there. It is very tempting to work at the kitchen table in comfortable clothes, barefoot or with slippers and maybe write your last e-mails from your bed or sofa. 



December 29, 2020

There are so many different names for insoles: foot insoles, shoe insoles, orthopedic insoles, or insoles. And then we come back with podotherapeutic insoles? That makes everything a bit confusing, also for us. In this blog we would like to explain how we see it and what exactly the differences are.