Joan G

Hi,

I have used your patches with great success for a bursa that I got when I was thrown from a horse. I have used it also for my husband’s knee.

Thanks

Testimonials

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

Hi Danniel, I wanted to send you a testimonial on the patches for my bursitis.  I woke up one Saturday morning and saw a bulge on my elbow. I noticed there was fluid in there. As I’ve never had bursitis before I never knew what it was. I immediately put on my jacket to go […]

- Les S, Vancouver, Canada

In early November, 2008, I was shocked when by chance I looked at my right elbow and saw that it had a swollen lump almost half the size of a tennis ball. I had no recollection of bumping it or otherwise causing damage to it and was really quite surprised because it was painless.   That […]

- Brian L, Auckland, New Zealand

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

These have been a god send….I never actually ended up using them on a baker’s Cyst but rather on the fluid that had collected around my knee due to arthritis.  What an amazing product! How do I order more? Thank you,

- Pam H, Connecticut, United States

I hurt my knee quite severely when out bushwalking in the Mt Mitchell National Park a distance of approximately 5.0 kilometres up total distance almost 11k. I hadn’t been doing much strenuous walking and on the way down I got a nasty pain in my knee. My doctor told me I had a Bakers Cyst […]

- Gabrielle W, QLD, Australia
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