GenuTrain® A3

Stabilizes and relieves the painful knee joint in cases of osteoarthritis

GenuTrain A3 was specially developed to relieve pain related to osteoarthritis and delay the progress of the disorder as long as possible. The star-shaped functional cushion provides targeted stimulation to the stabilizing muscles around the knee. Large, specially nubbed zones massage the painful areas with each movement. The soft Train knit fabric is particularly pleasant to wear.

  • Alleviates pain due to osteoarthritis
  • Easy to put on with minimal effort
  • Particularly pleasant to wear
  • 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

Relief for osteoarthritis of the knee

In cases of osteoarthritis, it is important to manage pain while also mobilizing the knee. Here, the GenuTrain A3 has proven to be a valuable aid. With a star-shaped functional cushion, it provides targeted stimulation to the stabilizing muscles around the knee and kneecap. Specially nubbed zones relieve pain in the typical pain area, the inner side of the knee.

Fit again fast

Debilitated patients will particularly appreciate the expansion zone in the calf area, as it makes the GenuTrain A3 even easier to put on. With each movement, the special osteoarthritis support exerts a medically effective intermittent compression massage.

In addition to relieving pain, it also activates the leg muscles and improves their coordination. This protects the knee even during movement. There is no reason not to start physiotherapy and cautious training. After all, even in cases of osteoarthritis of the knee joint, being active is key to good health!

Measurement and product range


  • 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