Am I able to use the patches if there’s an existing infection or an open wound present in the area?

No. It is very important to have doctor inspect and examine your injury if there’s an sign of infection or an existing open wound. Your health practitioner will probably prescribe antibiotics in the situation that an infection is present.

Testimonials

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

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

- Joan G, North Carolina, United States

Hi Toky We are both very appreciative of your offer and we will certainly keep it to ourselves. My wife has had several months without pain so the patches really work and she is looking forward to the arrival of the new ones. Again thank you Regards

- Don C, VIC, Australia

Hi I ordered these patches for my son who has terrible bursitis in his knee. He owns a carpet installing business and the constant kicking has really damaged his knee..He took meds..had steroid shot…nothing worked…The doctor told him he needed surgery… I had found your patches on line and they have worked for him. Thanks […]

- Sandra C, Rochester, United States

I have used 3 patches so far My leg is already feeling much better. I am AMAZED of this product and will highly recommend to others.   Thanks

- DEBBIE C, Alberta, Canada

Dear Toky (customer care dept.) “Wow”, I cannot began to tell you how “Wonderful” IT IS to finally have relief   From such a painful ordeal!! I have used the OSMO Patch just twice, perhaps because it ruptured, it didn’t take as long for continue treatment to   be SOOOOO EFFECTIVE, I AM so thrilled!!  Please give  […]

- Virgie B, California, United States
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