- Alleviates pain in the lumbar, pelvic and hip region
using the gluteal pad and two friction pads
- Relaxes the muscles carrying outmovement
using the eccentric hinge with trochanter pad
- Provides immediate relief to the pelvis and sacroiliac joints
thanks to circular compression using individually adjustable tensioning straps
- Height-adjustable thigh
supportabove the joint splint
- High level of patient compliance
thanks to breathable materials and flat design
- Easy to put on
thanks to convenient finger loops
Improved gait thanks to reduced pain
Osteoarthritis of the hip, rheumatoid arthritis or the condition known as impingement syndrome can all cause severe pain while walking. This affects gait and can even lead to visible limping. CoxaTrain provides stabilizing guidance for the hip joint and gently massages the muscles. This leads to noticeable relief and pain reduction.
An adjustable support made of breathable, elastic material surrounds the pelvic ring, another one surrounds the thigh. Both are connected by a flat, bracing joint splint made of aluminum. This splint guides and supports leg movement while walking. If required, the range of motion can be limited toward the front and/or the back. Two special pressure cushions (pads) massage the transition from the lumbar spine to the pelvis. While walking, another cushion, called Trochanter Pad, moves up and down over the greater trochanter (the protrusion of the thigh bone). In this way, it acts on the tendon insertions and alleviates pain. Patients suffering from hip problems know a similar effect when they push down on the painful area with their fingers to feel relief. At the same time, sensorimotor function is activated. The Gluteal Pad massages trigger points on the upper side of the pelvis. All this has a relaxing effect on the hip muscles.
Fit again faster
The orthosis has a lightweight and flat design that’s hardly visible under clothing. Finger pockets and loops make it easier to put on and take off the product. CoxaTrain not only makes daily walking easier. It also supports physiotherapy. It equally boosts treatment and self-healing powers, and you’ll get back on your feet more quickly: being active is the key to good health!