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Support for treating thigh muscle injuries

MyoTrain active support in breathable fabric offers a more effective alternative than traditional "taping" for muscle injuries in the thigh and hamstrings, such as muscle strains or tears, myosclerosis or bruises.

The special combination of fabric, tightening system and two different viscoelastic pressure pads, which can be added or removed as needed, allows swelling to go down faster and speeds up the healing process.

Caption of the 2nd image : 01 Internal silicone rim - Remains in a secure position, even during movement. 02 Anatomical three-dimensional mesh fabric, adapts to the shape of the body. 03 Straps - Easy to put on and take off, individually adjustable pressure. 04 Functional cushion - For optimized compression. 05 Lower edge - Reduced pressure, increases wearing comfort

Thanks to the oblique design of the individually adjustable tension straps, MyoTrain active support exerts precise compression on the muscles. Immediately after injury, the pad can be used to apply targeted compression to the affected area in order to stop bleeding or the spread of the hematoma. The larger functional cushion, with its longitudinal ribs, improves lymphatic circulation and reduces swelling, edema and hematoma. The support can also be used without pads in the advanced rehabilitation phase and to prevent further injury.

MyoTrain active support works according to the principle of muscle suspension bands (taping). Relieves pain, speeds up the healing process and prevents further injuries. High-quality materials are durable, breathable and skin-friendly. As MyoTrain® can also be placed or removed easily without external assistance, it is a more practical and much more hygienic alternative to taping.


  • Muscle injuries in the thigh (especially cramps, strains, tears and contractures)
  • Prevention, especially against repetitive injuries
  • Muscle bruises in the thigh and hamstrings
  • Additional support for follow-up treatment of muscle injuries