Bibin J

I used this patch from yesterday. My first patch application was wonderful. I feel no pain and discomfort on my retrocalcaneal area. After removal of patch I could see some fluid or discharges like a chocolate color discharge on my applied area .. what is that? How long I have to continue the patch..is that for 10 days?

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I used the patch for 3 days and I do a difference in the size of the cyst, how many days in a row can the patch be used? Any restrictions?

- Elizabeth C., New Jersey, 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

FYI: this is my 2nd order, as I ordered a box of 10 a few weeks, ago. After using the patch 3 times, I am already noticing a grand affect. Cheers!

- David M, FL, United States

Hi Toky, I am amazed at how fast this patch worked!  I felt relief the very next morning, all the stiffness having gone and I was able to walk up and down the stairs much more easily.  I think I will now try a patch on my kneecap where I’ve had inflammation for a long […]

- Erika A, Ontario, Canada

Eight years ago I had a work place accident and injured my left shoulder (bursitis and tendentious). After extensive physio & sports rehab the doctors advised me to get cortisone injections.  Not only was this a painful procedure, it didn’t work! I proceeded to have physio treatment off and on for the next 8 years, […]

- Belinda W, SA, Australia
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