Bauerfeind Launches 3D Bodytronic® Measurement System for Supports and Braces
The 3D Bodytronic® Measurement system generates an immediate 3D model of your body coupled with numerous measurement data to form an accurate choice of size and product for customers.
Wallabies Rugby player, Digby Ione, recently visited the Bauerfeind store to experience this technology in order to get the perfect fit GenuTrain™ knee brace for when he’s on the field.
German company, Bauerfeind, was launched in 1929 and is now the world’s leading supplier of supports and braces.
The company was invited to be an official supplier to the Olympic Games, and at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, Bauerfeind was the official partner of an Olympic organising committee.
Three of their products: Train, Loc, SoftTec, won the iF product design award, which is given in recognition of excellent product design, taking into account modern demands.
Bauerfeind supports and braces help you maintain and regain health, increase wellbeing and ensure greater quality of life. The product technology assists people with arthritis, sports injuries, and pain relief.
The BodyTronic measuring system will ensure you get the correct size and product type for your body needs.
If you are in Sydney come by our flagship store and experience this cutting edge technology with our premium products.
This article archived 19 Sep 2018
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