Using your wrist and hand is essential to daily life, and the last thing you want to worry about is pain, immobility and injury. Bauerfeind feel the same way, which is why we've developed our wrist braces, to support you wherever you're at. Treating a wide range of wrist issues including carpal tunnel, arthritis, De Quervains, RSI, tendinitis, pre and post-op recovery and more, there's a wrist support for you no matter what.
Award Winning Design: Our high standard German engineering isn’t just for show. All our wrist braces are designed, engineered and produced to the very highest standards there are, meaning there’s no weak points or compromises. Durable, long-lasting and easy to care for, you can't go past Bauerfeind.
Medical Research: Bauerfeind are constantly researching and refining in the medical field, and rather than flood the market with dozens of different options for the same problem, we consistently refine and update the product to ensure you’ve always got the most up to date support.
Unparalleled comfort: Made from breathable comfortable cotton weave and skin friendly viscoelastic padding, Bauerfeind’s wrist braces are ideal for every body, no matter the size, shape or sensitivity. Lightweight design and durability make our supports the one for you.
Pain relief and mobility: When and where you need it, Bauerfeind's unparalleled design and product quality come together to let you focus on the things that matter, minimising your pain.
Anatomical Fit: Shaped to your body's natural anatomy, we ensure that you've got the perfect fit to help every part of your wrist. With a wide range of sizes based off the measurements of over 500,000 people worldwide, it's the brace that fits you, not the other way.
A wrist brace is designed to treat various injuries and conditions affecting the wrist, hand and thumb/fingers. By compressing or immobilising the wrist - which allows the affected area to recover. The correct-fitting wrist brace will speed up your recovery and minimise any pain.
If you would like assistance with selecting a wrist brace, you can video chat with a Bauerfeind specialist. Simply book a suitable date and time by clicking this link: Book Bauerfeind Video Chat.
There are two main types of wrist braces, each designed to treat a range of issues. One is a compressive brace, which provides relief from swelling, general pain and aches while still allowing for a normal range of motion. The other is a restrictive brace, which is designed to immoblise the wrist joint to allow it to recover, while still allowing use of the fingers and thumb.
Wrist braces treat a wide range of conditions, such as carpal tunnel, arthritis, tendonitis, fractures and swelling. Wearing a wrist brace can assist with managing everything from mild pain all the way up to severe chronic cases.
Carpal tunnel is best treated by immobilising the joint to allow the tendon to recover. The ManuLoc wrist brace is clinically proven to be incredibly effective at treating carpal tunnel, as well as preventing the injury -
Bracing your wrist is an excellent way to treat arthritis, especially in conjunction with physiotherapy and exercise. This will help to relieve pain and stiffness by unloading the joint. More information on bracing for wrist arthritis can be found here: Treating Wrist Arthritis.
Bauerfeind have created a range of wrist braces, each suited to treat or manage, specific wrist injuries. It is difficult to recommend a brace without hearing more about your specific case. We recommend you consult a medical practitioner, or you can video chat with a Bauerfeind specialist. Simply book a suitable date and time by clicking this link: Book Bauerfeind Video Chat.
All Bauerfeind wrist braces are designed to be worn during any level of activity. This means you can still work, exercise, play sports and live your daily life without having to worry about pain or injury when you've got the right wrist brace.
For more on treating sports related wrist injuries: Wrist Injuries in Sport.
This changes from case to case; in general it's best to wear the wrist brace while recovering from your injury or when performing activities known to cause pain. Once you're better, wear the brace on occasions when you're putting the wrist under particular strain