ManuTrain® Product
 
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ManuTrain®

Active support for the wrist.

In cases of tenosynovitis (inflammation of the tendon in the wrist), arthritis of the wrist or following injury, ManuTrain® takes the strain off your wrist and provide pain relief. To do this, the flexible Train® active knitted fabric compressive inserts incorporated in it, taking pressure off nerves and blood vessels and relieving pain. An inner stay and an elastic strap stabilize the wrist, reducing irritation.

  • Helps to relieve pain
  • Relieves strain and stabilizes during movement
  • Individually adjustable stabilization 

iF Design Award Baden-Württemberg International Design Prize

Help on hand

The anatomically shaped active support ManuTrain® supports, stabilizes and massages providing proper pain relief. Its three-dimensional knit adapts to the body, does not slip and boosts the circulation. Two pads remove the pressure from nerves and blood vessels. The adaptable stay can be added for a greater stabilizing effect.

Outstanding in form and function

In 2007, the Train® active supports were awarded the iF product design award for their materials and design. The breathable, skin-friendly knitted fabric adapts to your every movement, without cutting into you or slipping. This is why the material is softer and more elastic at the edge of the support. In this way, ManuTrain® promotes healing and mobility in the hand.

Quality from the medical retailer

ManuTrain® and other Bauerfeind products are available from medical and other orthopedic retailers. Here, trained staff will advise you and take precise measurements to ensure that your support fits comfortably and securely in position.

Colors

Nature Titan Black

Product range

Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 Order number
Circumference of the wrist in cm 14 - 15 15 - 16 16 - 17 17 - 18 18 - 19 19 - 20 110515030*0+0°

*1=nature, *7=black, *8=titan
+6=right, +7=left
°=size

Measurement

Measurement

Indications

  • Arthralgia (degenerative, rheumatic, reactive)
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Feeling of instability (e.g. radioulnar subluxation)
  • Posttraumatic

Tips for your hand

You can find information here about how to keep your hands in top condition!