Active support for muscular stabilization of the ankle
The MalleoTrain active support is used to treat a sore ankle joint following injury, surgery or osteoarthritis. Two individually fitted and contoured cushions (pads) on the inner and outer malleolus help to reduce effusions. The three-dimensional knit sits comfortably and stimulates circulation.
- Helps to relieve pain
- Helps to reduce swelling
- Breathable material, gentle on your skin
- 01 Reduced pressure at the edges
- 02 Three-dimensional Train active knit
for a perfect fit
- 03 Viscoelastic pads
support lateral and medial stabilization of the ankle and accelerate the absorption of edemas and effusions
- 04 High elasticity
makes the support easy to put on and take off
- 05 Breathable Train active knit
gentle on the skin and extremely comfortable to wear
- 06 Reduced pressure at the edges
The MalleoTrain active support helps you every step of the way, quickly allowing you to walk again without pain. With every movement you make, the two pads also become active, massaging the ankle joint. The pads are covered in a breathable knit, with a compressive effect which provides the ankle with an intermittent compression massage, thereby improving circulation and helping to reduce swelling.
A leap forward
MalleoTrain is one of the Train active supports that have already won two awards for their functionality and design. Patients like it because it is easy to put on, does not slip and sits firmly and comfortably in position, while physicians and athletes appreciate its anatomical shape and its stabilizing effect on the musculature.
MalleoTrain and other Bauerfeind products are available from medical and orthopedic retailers. Here, trained staff will advise you, take precise measurements and ensure that your support is sitting comfortably and securely in position.
*1=nature, *7=black, *8=titan
Made-to-measure: Please find the exact measuring points for MalleoTrain made-to-measure on the detailed measuring block. Made-to-measure in nature only.
- Postoperative and posttraumatic irritation (e.g. after sprains)
- Joint effusions and swellings from osteoarthritis and arthritis
- Ligamental weaknesses