Bauerfeind - ManuTrain – jjhealthcareproducts
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Relief and stabilization of the wrist.

The ManuTrain® stabilizes the wrist joint by partially immobilizing the movement axes, and supports the regeneration processes in cases of injuries and irritation. The brace exerts medical compression on the tissue and provides a massage effect during movement, thus improving circulation and reducing pain.


  • Medical Ccl 1 (20-30 mm Hg)
  • Rigid thermoplastic stabilization stay
  • Integrated viscoelastic insert


Measure the circumference of the wrist




  • Chronic, post-traumatic or post-operative irritation 
  • Distortions (wrist injuries, e.g. sprains) 
  • Osteoarthritis (joint wear) 
  • Instability, e.g. radioulnar subluxation 
  • Tendovaginitis (tenosynovitis) 
  • Prevention / recurrence prevention 


  • Polyamide (PA)
  • Styreneethylene/butylene-styrene block copolymer (TPS-SEBS)
  • Spandex (EL)
  • Polyurethane (PUR)
  • Polyethylene (PE)
  • Cotton (CO)
  • Polyester (PES)


1. Two-part strap system - for an individual, therapy-oriented stabilization of the wrist

2. Anatomically shaped thumb opening - with a soft, seamless comfort zone for a comfortable fit

3. Pressure-reduced edge areas - prevent constrictions

4. Viscoelastic pad - relieves the ulnar bone prominence

5. Train knit - with a special high-low structure for comprehensive stimulation of the proprioceptors

6. Easy to put on and take off - thanks to high elasticity and the included donning aid

7. Rigid thermoplastic stay - For increased stabilization and proper positioning of the wrist joint


Its anatomically contoured high-low knitted fabric has a highly textured surface to ensure it remains securely in position and provides the hand’s proprioceptors with comprehensive stimulation for improved joint function. The viscoelastic pad on the ulna has cutouts for the bony protrusion, which helps to position the support and prevents pressure peaks.

The ManuTrain’s breathable, latex-free material, reduced compression at the edges, and the anatomically contoured thumb opening ensure a pleasant wearing sensation. 


Starting from the forearm, the partly elastic strap system is wrapped around the palm and wrist and tightened to limit movement in palmar flexion and ulnar abduction. This ensures targeted relief without restricting gripping. The stabilizing effect can be reduced to suit treatment by removing one part of the strap and instead wrapping the elastic fleece band around the wrist. Alternatively, the entire strap system can also be removed.