Am I able to place the patches on any part of my body?

The patches may be worn over most areas of your body where there is swelling, inflammation or pain; however you shouldn’t apply the patch directly to the eyes, mucous surfaces, genital organs, anus, external wounds, rashes or sores.

Testimonials

Real accounts by real people. Hear what they have to say!

Just want you to know that I was able to walk on the treadmill for 30 minutes yesterday without leg pain for the first time in over 2 years!  Thanks.

- Bob R, Ohio, United States

Hi Toky, Thank you very much for sending the patches to Ukraine. My mother finds them very helpful and asked if I could get her more. Regards.

- Vitaliy V, Ternopil Region, Ukraine

Hello Toky, 4 more patches to go, and I can report great improvement!  I can bend the knee, the lump in the back is so much smaller, (by half?) I think.  Not even thinking of a drain needle and cortisone shot at this point.  Your explanations are a little hard for me to follow medically, […]

- Judy, North Carolina, United States

I am having some success with your OSMO patches, and have just ordered another set.  Here is my testimonial which you are free to use as you may wish: I have always been an active person, and about 2 years ago I strained both my achilles tendons.  Physio and care fixed the problem, but I […]

- Dave Livingstone, British Columbia, Canada

This is my second round of patches. First had a bakers cyst on the back of knee, used 6 patches pain and cyst GONE! Have had no problems since. So gave rest to a friend he said his went away but only used 4 so wants to try more and I have had a something come up on wrist going to try patches. Will see what happens.

- Susanne M., Missouri, United States
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