Active support for targeted compression of the elbow
Tennis elbow or golfers elbow can cause irritation and pain that inhibits activity and performance. The EpiTrain active support helps reduce this pain and relieve tension. As you move, the special knitted compressive support with its built-in visco-elastic pads stimulates the muscles and aids healing.
- Anatomic fit
- Exact compression and comfort
- Helps to relieve pain
- 01 Three-dimensional Train active knit
for a perfect fit
- 02 Reduced pressure at the edges
- 03 High elasticity
for easy fitting and removal, comfortable to wear
- 04 Viscoelastic Epicon+ Pads with epicondyle cut-outs
support and provide pressure relief for the elbow, accelerate absorption of edema and effusion to ensure the secure positioning of the support
- 05 Firmer material components with frictional nubs
relieve pain and encourage the elbow's healing process
- 06 Elbow area with a soft and breathable zone
improves wearing comfort
Anyone who repeats the same arm movements every day can be suddenly taken by surprise by sharp pain. The tissues are over-strained and become swollen and inflamed. EpiTrain massages the tissue during exercise and stimulates the metabolism. This can help the swelling to go down quickly.
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 bandage. In this way, EpiTrain supports the healing and mobility of the elbow.
Quality from the medical retailer
EpiTrain 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 is sitting comfortably and securely in position.
*1=nature, *7=black, *8=titan
- Epicondylitis (e.g. tennis elbow, golfer's elbow)
- Postoperative and posttraumatic irritation
- Post elbow Arthroscopy
- Elbow strains or sprains
- Chronic swelling and edema