About the solution
Valérie was also diagnosed, in 2012, with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, hypermobility type, a genetic disease that is characterized by loose joints and chronic joint pain
“I am a person with a herniated crippling hernia since 2007, a
always gradual decrease my mobility requires me to find tips for
help me in everyday life. And since November 2012, I learned that I
suffer from a genetic disease, Ehlers Danlos syndrome, a disease
that reaches the connective tissues and debilitating”, Valérie explained.
It took the inventor 12 hours to create the solution. She used the following material:
Recovery fabric (jeans, old bag work, old
1 electrician tube TTH
2 screw carabiners or other.
It had a production cost of six euros.
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