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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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

I have been suffering from bursitis in my right hip since last August.  I saw your website & ordered 20 patches.  I used a patch for 3 nights and didn’t notice much difference & there was just a slight amount of fluid in the patches each night. Last night I moved the patch a little […]

- Linda S, California, United States

Just to let you know-I am totally amazed at how your patches work-the ten patches have removed 95% of the fluid in the bursa-I have ordered more just in case it happens again-I have had major problems before with a busa being drained by needle and infection setting in-so many thanks for a great product-I […]

- Peter W, California, United States

Hello Jordan Thank you for your informative reply, I shall take notice of the hints and tips in your e-mail and will apply them during the treatment of my wife’s Trochanteric Bursitis . It may interest you to know of the progress with the Osmo patches. Days 1 to 4 a small reduction in the […]

- Brian M, Lancs, UK

Hi, My name is Zoe and I have had bursitis in the ball of my left foot for 2 months now and it was suggested I have a cortisone injection in each inflamed Burser. This freaked me out and decided to look on line for a natural remedy and found these. Well after 2 nights […]

- Zoë H, QLD, Australia)
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