Bauerfeind GenuTrain S Knee Brace - 11041304010605
The Bauerfeind GenuTrain S knee brace has been constructed with medial/lateral sidebars in a modern, thermoplastic material. It is very stable, light and reshapable. This makes the GenuTrain S ideal for treating knee sprains and recovering from knee surgery and ACL injuries. Direct contact between the non-elastic straps and the anatomically contoured joint bars of the GenuTrain S assures a good fit. The GenuTrain S is made of a soft knitted breathable material that provides extreme comfort while a circular viscoelastic shaped insert provides additional knee support.
The GenuTrain S also boasts new lateral tightening loops that facilitate a better fit. Features a pull-up sleeve application with straps for support. The GenuTrain S knee support is available for the left and right knee.
The Genutrain S now features new lateral sidebars which are:
Made from a very light and stable high-tech plastic
Anatomically Contoured and available in right and left version
Thermoplastic and shapable.
Commonly helpful with such conditions as:
Knee strains or sprains- A sudden or violent twist or wrench of a joint causing the stretching or twisting of ligaments and often rupture of blood vessels with hemorrhage to the tissues.
Recurrent knee pain
Pre and post-operative knee inflammation - A response from an injury that may be characterized by redness, heat, pain, swelling and loss of function.
Chondromalacia - (Runner's Knee)- Aching pain behind the kneecap. Pain begins and progresses slowly. It appears in healthy, athletically active young people.
Adolescent knee pain
Arthritis / osteoarthritis - Inflammation of joints.
Degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis) - (Degenerative Joint Disease)- Arthritis of middle age characterized by degenerative and sometimes hypertrophic changes in the bone and cartilage of one or more joints and a progressive wearing down of opposing joint surfaces with consequent distortion of joint positioning usually without bony stiffening.
Size is determined by loosely measuring:
Point 1: Loose circumference at 4 3/4" below center of the knee.
Point 2: Loose circumference at 5 1/2" above center of the knee.
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