Story Check In early 2019, Swiss skier and Olympic gold medalist Michelle Gisin suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear as well as cartilage damage.
- Dr. Lukas Weisskopf, the skier’s physician, operated on her using the nanofracturing method.
- For the entire three-month rehabilitation phase, she wore two medical devices in the weight room and on the stationary bike: the GenuTrain S active support with lateral joint splints and the breathable VenoTrain micro compression stocking.
- When running, she wears the GenuTrain under her ski suit to guide her knee. It also protects against the cold.