VenoTrain micro - Fashion colors

From delicate, powdery pastels to vibrant, strong shades

VenoTrain micro fashion colors

Particularly fashion-conscious women love variety and playing with color. The VenoTrain micro 2015 fashion color collection therefore has four new trendy colors in store once again. “Powder” covers the leg as delicately as its namesake and goes with every style. “Azure,” a soft sky blue, adds a touch of light freshness to your look. “Royal” shines with a vibrant blue and “Burgundy,” a deep red, elegantly emphasizes your legs.

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ErgoPad Soft

May 18, 2015

New ErgoPad Soft cushioning foot orthosis

Cutting-edge soft foam material provides durable cushioning

The new ErgoPad Soft foot orthosis from Bauerfeind is available now. It creates a comfortably soft bed for your feet and provides durable cushioning thanks to its specially developed polyurethane-based soft foam pad. The material is viscoelastic, which means your feet will mold the orthosis into a comfortable shape.

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ErgoPad Soft

May 18, 2015

New ErgoPad Soft cushioning foot orthosis from Bauerfeind

Cutting-edge soft foam material provides durable cushioning

The new ErgoPad Soft foot orthosis from Bauerfeind is available now. It offers effective, long-lasting and comfortable soft cushioning thanks to the high shape retention characteristics of its soft foam. Just like memory foam, the material always returns to its original shape after use.

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Reload Emulsion VenoTrain micro balance

Apr 20, 2015

VenoTrain micro balance compression stocking

Reload emulsion sold separately

From now on, the reload emulsion for our caring compression stocking, VenoTrain micro balance, will be sold separately and will no longer be included in every pack. It can be purchased together with a sprayer head from medical retailers as required.

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LumboTrain study

Apr 20, 2015

LumboTrain study

Proven to activate the trunk muscles

The LumboTrain lumbar support has been proven to activate the muscles. This is demonstrated by the results of a study by PD Dr. med. Christoph Anders from the Division for Motor Research, Pathophysiology, and Biomechanics at Jena University Hospital. They present a picture that contradicts the suspected risk of atrophy when using supports.

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