How does the OSMO Patch work?

We are very often asked the question… ‘Exactly how does the OSMO Patch work?’

Well this is a great question! It is so pleasing for us to see how many people are now taking such an active approach to better understanding their treatment options in order to maximise their health outcome.

To best answer this question we have produced this short easy to follow 4-5 min video at the request of many of our customers. We hope that this video is helpful in allowing you to better understand the biological processes which allow the OSMO Patches to naturally remove fluid, reduce swelling and alleviate the associated pain.

A Visual Guide

A visual guide on how the OSMO Patch works.

Step 1

  • Adhere the patch/pad directly over the targeted area just before going to bed.
  • Patch/pad should optimally be worn for approximately 6-8 Hrs.
  • Adhere the patch/pad directly over the targeted area just before going to bed.
  • Patch/pad should optimally be worn for approximately 6-8 Hrs.

Step 2

  • Shortly after the patch/pad is adhered to the skin, they will begin to emit far infrared heat.
  • Far infrared heat moves as small energy waves, easily penetrates the skin directly under the region where the patch/pad is applied.
  • Underlaying receptors of the sympathetic nervous system are then activated throughout the night until the the OSMO Patch is Removed.

Step 3

  • The sympathetic nervous system then directs the body to begin cooling the area by moving fluid to the surface of the skin.
  • As the fluid reaches the surface of the skin it is quickly whisked away and absorbed into the patch/pad before any cooling process can begin.
  • Unabated, this heating and fluid removal process continues throughout the night until the OSMO Patch is removed.
  • Thanks to the natural power of osmosis underlying fluid is subsequently removed from the target area.

Step 4

  • The patch/pad is then simply removed and discarded in the morning after a 6-8 hrs application period.
  • This process is then repeated each consecutive night until completed.
When losing your lifestyle is not an option!

OSMO patch is used by thousands of people around the world to reduce inflammation and associated pain due to Bursitis, Baker’s Cyst and many other joint related ailments… all from the comfort of their own home.

For less than the cost of a visit to a specialist, there is little to lose except for your pain!

After watching this video you may also like to read some of the many fantastic testimonials that people have sent to us. Many of these individuals are people just like yourself who were also looking for a non-invasive and natural alternative, making the choice to experience the OSMO Patch for themselves. Click here to read what they have to say!

Testimonials

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

Baker's cyst

Dear Toky, Thank you for your answer. My cyst is on the medial ventral surface of my knee.  I have been placing the patches directly on top of the cyst, although it cannot be seen, but I know where it is from the ultrasound studies and the pain. I shall try misting the area instead […]

Jackie H
Ohio, United States
Hip Bursitis

Thank You so much for your reply, my delayed response is also due to our holiday which, thanks to OSMO patch, was more comfortable! I have recommended the use of these patches to several of my associates as I am very happy with the results. Regards

Tina C
Auckland, New Zealand
Baker's cyst on the back of knee

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
Baker's cyst

Ok, I have an arthritic knee from playing American football and having an operation when I was 18. Going to a doctor to have it drained would cost me well over $220… I tried the OSMO Patch about a 1-2 years ago, thinking it may be a gimmick, and is was no gimmick because it works. The pressure on my knee is lessened by morning and I can move around a lot better. I’m health conscious, watch what I eat, go to the gym 3-4 times a week and of course I work. It is important to be open to alternatives to the traditional doctor visit and the “give me a pill” attitude that most of the public has because we, as individuals, have to realize that we, not someone else, are the most interested in our own health. Thank you,

Mike M
Wisconsin, United States
Baker's cyst

Received patches on 10 day (Nov.8). Thanks. Patches have been positive results for my Barkers Cyst. Will probably order more patches latter on to keep my knee in shape. Regards

Roger B
Alberta, Canada
Trochanteric Bursitis

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
Baker's cyst

Thank you for responding. I think I will save my last two patches in case I need them. Right now, I have such great improvement, I am no longer wearing the knee brace and I can walk up and down stairs with alternating feet. Have not done that for a while! Thanks again,

Ms. Dale C
Georgia, United States
Baker's cyst

Thank you I was happy to receive the patches and they did work for me. I had quite the lump behind my left knee. The pain has gone leaving just a little lump. So surgery will not be on my list I did half to use 13 of the patches. Thanks again

Martha H
Alberta, Canada
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