What’s a Baker’s Cyst (Bursitis)?

A Baker’s Cyst is a type of Bursitis found behind or about the knee joint and is categorised as a soft tissue injury and is the condition which results when the bursa sac in this area becomes inflamed. This could happen because of a variety of reasons like; a repetitive injury, a sudden impact injury, sporting injury or as a result of an underlying inflammatory condition.

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I have used the patches for a week now and am happy to say that the swelling of my bakers cyst has reduced to the point of very little pain now. I am so pleased that I will tell my consultant about the patches, and my daughter who is a holistic nutritionist. She will recommend […]

- Marianne N, Arezzo, Italy

Thanks. I am finding the patches brilliant.

- Carolyn L, QLD, Australia

Hi I ordered these patches for my son who has terrible bursitis in his knee. He owns a carpet installing business and the constant kicking has really damaged his knee..He took meds..had steroid shot…nothing worked…The doctor told him he needed surgery… I had found your patches on line and they have worked for him. Thanks […]

- Sandra C, Rochester, United States

Dear Friends at MediWise, I had what a nurse practioner at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London called ‘that huge bursa’ on my right knee as a direct result of falling from the top of a railway staircase when the city was inundated with a snowfall and resulting ice.  I received your patches the day before […]

- Bruce W, London, United Kingdom

Hi Toky, how are you? I ordered the patch because I have a meniscus tear on my knees which allows fluid to build into a baker’s cyst. The cyst I have on my right knee is larger than the left. So bending my knees is very uncomfortable because of the pressure and can be very […]

- Debra W, Alberta, Canada
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