Baker's Cyst Treatment

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Baker's Cyst Treatment - OSMO PatchIf you are currently suffering from inflammation, swelling or other painful symptoms caused by a baker's cyst, then it is highly likely that this is starting to affect your work, sleep and lifestyle.

Furthermore, if you are someone who enjoyed physical activities or just getting out and about prior to developing a baker's cyst, then it can be quite mentally challenging to deal with.

A baker's cyst behind the knee can often make even everyday activities difficult, dramatically impacting your quality of life. This resulting change in lifestyle, combined with the ongoing pain and disrupted sleep, may possibly lead to depression in some individuals.

Hence it is important to make sure that you properly address a baker's cyst behind the knee as early as possible.

The OSMO Patch is a Natural Treatment for a Baker's Cyst which:

  • Provides Pain Free Effective Relief!
  • Is an Intelligent Natural Alternative!
  • Contains Absolutely No Drugs or Steroids!
  • Is Non-Invasive & Works while you SLEEP!, & importantly...
  • Is Backed by our 90 Day No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee

Together with proper rest the OSMO Patch is the ideal way to naturally relieve the inflammation, swelling and associated pain caused by a baker's cyst.

So if your suffering from a baker's cyst and nothing else seems to have worked, or you just want to discover a natural treatment option, then the OSMO Patch may be the ANSWER!.

We truly hope that the information provided on this page will be the beginning of your journey to becoming pain free and regaining your quality of life once again!

We shall begin with providing ESSENTIAL TIPS to relieve baker's cyst swelling and pain, then discuss the CURRENT TREATMENTS available and finally learn how the OSMO Patch combined with proper rest now offers an intelligent NATURAL ALTERNATIVE to reducing swelling and associated pain caused by a baker's cyst.


TIPS for Baker’s Cyst Relief.

1. Are there any Exercises for a Baker’s Cyst that you Should or Shouldn’t be Doing?

Often when we talk to individuals with a baker’s cyst they are either continuing physical activates that may have initially contributed to the condition or they have began an exercise regimen to strengthen the area in the hope of relieving the symptoms.

Unfortunately, exercise for a baker’s cyst or other such physical activates only places more stress on the injury, resulting in further aggravating the condition.

While it is important to move around normally and not to be bedridden, you should listen to your body and ease off from any activity that is causing pain or placing stress on the knee joint. This includes includes activities that require kneeling, such as gardening.

In particular you should avoid any type of repetitive stress where possible. Even seemingly light repetitive movements if done continually over a period of time will cause irritation (such as long walks). Unfortunately ongoing irritation may lead to a chronic baker’s cyst and subsequent formation of fibrous scar tissue. Further resulting in additional inflammation.

So if you enjoy exercise, sports or participate in any physical activity we suggest that you take a break from these activities. Remember that a little sacrifice up front can give a great reward in the end.

Now while exercise for a baker’s cyst is not recommended while the condition is active, it may be useful once the condition has completely resolved to rebuild lost muscle mass and strength. This should be done gradually and in some cases it may be helpful to obtain guidance from a qualified physiotherapist to ensure you are doing this correctly.

2. Is Massage a Good Natural Treatment for a Baker’s Cyst?

Many people that we talk to will have already tried deep tissue massage to treat their baker’s cyst. Unfortunately, this is one of the worse things that you can do as it will cause further irritation of the condition.

Unlike a muscular injury, which can respond well to massage, a baker’s cyst contains inflammatory fluids which are encapsulated in the inflamed and swollen synovial lining of the baker’s cyst. The problem with massage is that the fluid can not be dispersed since it is encapsulated. Furthermore massaging directly over the baker’s cyst will only further irritate the already inflamed synovial lining.

Massaging can however be extremely good for relieving areas where there is refereed pain. Often people with a baker’s cyst may experience pain in other areas of the arm, such as the thigh or calf.

If you are seeing a massage therapist it is a good idea to have discussion with them and request that they do not massage anywhere directly over or close to the baker’s cyst. Any good massage therapist will have your best interests at heart and be more then happy to work with you to achieve the best outcome.

3. Should you be Applying Ice or Heat for your Baker’s Cyst Pain?

There is so much misinformation out there regarding how best to treat a baker’s cyst. Some people and websites suggest using ice for relieving baker’s cyst pain, while others suggest heat. So what is the answer?

When to use ice for treating a baker’s cyst?

Ice should be used during the first 24-72 hours after you first become aware of the condition or if you accidentally knock or irritate the area. While ice can also be used to reduce pain by numbing the area, it is unlikely to have any further benefit in reducing the remaining swelling after the initial 72 hrs has passed.

When to use heat for treating a baker’s cyst?

After the first 72 hrs has passed, then heat becomes the preferred options. This is due to the fact that heat promotes blood flow, which is necessary for the healing process. IMPORTANT: Do not use heat if an infection is suspected.

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What are the Current Treatment Options for a Baker’s Cyst?

As this is a type of soft tissue injury (STI), then a suitable treatment that could be administered in the first 24 – 72 hours may include rest and ice in order to minimize the amount of inflammation and swelling. Whilst this will initially reduce pain and inflammation behind the knee, it is often not enough to resolve the injury.

Instead the pain behind the knee will often continue to become worse over time, leading to further swelling behind the knee, increased discomfort and worsening pain.

When this occurs, the individual will normally then visit a doctor to learn what treatment options are available. Unfortunately there has been very little advancement when it comes to baker’s cyst treatments. This generally means that your doctor will likely only suggest just a few alternative treatment option.

In general most doctors will either suggest; anti-inflammatory drugs or steroid injections to hopefully reduce the pain and swelling. Also if there is noticeable swelling behind the knee your doctor may further recommend draining the inflamed bursa with a syringe to remove the excess fluid… even surgery may be recommended in extreme cases.

For many people the above mentioned treatments will just not be an option. This may be for several reasons… including;

  • Some people may have already tried one or more of these treatments with little to no benefit.
  • Some individuals may not be able suitable for these types of treatments due to age or a pre-existing medical condition.

Furthermore, such procedures can be painful and will be seen as invasive by many individuals that are currently suffering from this condition. Alternatively some people may simply prefer to first investigate a natural treatment option when dealing with their health.

Fortunately… The OSMO Patch now offers an Intelligent Natural Alternative!

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The OSMO Patch contain absolutely no steroids or drugs and are completely non-invasive.

They have been intelligently developed using our patented design to naturally remove excess fluid from the body in order to reduce swelling and the associated pain.

Simply place the OSMO Patch over the affected area at night just prior to going to bed and they go to work while you sleep, removing fluid and stimulating blood flow continually throughout the night. In the morning the used patch is then simply removed and discarded.

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The OSMO Patch is an ideal natural alternative for relieving inflammation, swelling and associated pain due to baker’s cyst.

Used in combination with proper rest the OSMO Patch now provides a natural alternative way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with a baker’s cyst.

Whats more the OSMO Patch:

  • Provides Pain Free Effective Relief!
  • Is an Intelligent Natural Alternative!
  • Contains Absolutely No Drugs or Steroids!
  • Is Non-Invasive & works while you SLEEP!, & importantly...
  • Is Backed by our 90 Day No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee

So if your ready for a natural approach to reducing, swelling, inflammation & associated pain due to a baker’s cyst and once again regaining your quality of life… Then the OSMO Patch is the Answer!

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Testimonials

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

I’ve had knee problems for 3 decades and have had 4 surgeries due to an ACL Tear and numerous Meniscus tears.  Due to these problems, I’ve had a chronic problem with a Baker’s Cist in back of my knee.  I’ve been living with the Baker’s Cyst for years and the swelling that this Cyst caused […]

- William M, California, 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

We have purchased your patches for application on my husband’s knee.  It certainly drained some fluid from his knees, giving some relief after one application.

- Sharon B, Alberta, Canada

Hello Toky, 4 more patches to go, and I can report great improvement!  I can bend the knee, the lump in the back is so much smaller, (by half?) I think.  Not even thinking of a drain needle and cortisone shot at this point.  Your explanations are a little hard for me to follow medically, […]

- Judy, North Carolina, United States

I had a sac of fluid to the upper-right of my knee. Quite large. Initially I had pulled my calf muscle and without realizing the extent of the pull, I continued to pursue my daily routine which consisted of morning workouts at the gym including “spin” class.  Needless to say, I aggravated the whole situation. […]

- Vickie M, Rhode Island, United States


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