The active support for complex treatment of knee pain
The GenuTrain A3 comfort support is suitable for treating various types of knee complaints: e.g. osteoarthritis, irritated knee joint, complex knee pain or misalignment of the kneecap (patellar lateralization). Thanks to the anatomically shaped pad integrated in the elastic knit fabric (elastic pressure pad), the support gives the joint and muscles a targeted, healing intermittent compression massage on every movement.
- Massages and relieves knee pain
- Breathable Train active knit for high wearing comfort
- Ideal for active senior citizens
- 01 Three-dimensional Train active knit
For the ideal fit and optimal neuromuscular joint stabilization
- 02 Soft hollow of the knee
Enhanced wearing comfort
- 03 Expansion zone
In the calf area, makes the support easier to put on
- 04 Integral corrective guide
Stops the patella from drifting
- 05 Pad
With frictional nubs (directed inwards) to improve proprioception
GenuTrain A3 ("anti arthros algos" = "against joint pain") uses intermittent compression massage to treat the typical pain points in the knee. The three-dimensional Train active knit helps the muscular stabilization of the knee joint. The integrated visco-elastic pad prevents the kneecap from slipping, combats pain and massages the surrounding tissue. Edemas and effu-sions can be relieved more quickly.
Effective and comfortable
The construction of the GenuTrain A3 and the material used guarantee that the support is both medically effective and a comfortable fit: with a softer knit in the hollow of the knee, pressure-reduced edges, breathable materials and an elastic shape adapted to suit the body shape. Two spiral stays located on the sides retain the shape of the support. The skin underneath thus remains pleasantly dry, and nothing is constricted.
- Irritative conditions, especially gonarthrosis (also the onset of ligamentosis, tendomyopathy, posttraumatic and postoperative)
- Knee pain with functional instability due to general muscular disbalance
- Patellar lateralization
- Jumper’s Knee