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!

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

Hi there! I’ve been wanting to write you about your product, OSMO Patches, but couldn’t find an email address for comments. While deleting emails way back from January 2010, I found this confirmation of my order from your company, so I hope you will relay this email! I have a bakers cyst on the back […]

- Terry M, Oregon, United States

Hi, My name is Zoe and I have had bursitis in the ball of my left foot for 2 months now and it was suggested I have a cortisone injection in each inflamed Burser. This freaked me out and decided to look on line for a natural remedy and found these. Well after 2 nights […]

- Zoë H, QLD, Australia)

I have found these patches to be fantastic giving me huge relief. Regards

- Jenny, United States

Dear Folks in Australia, I have just placed my third order with you for your OSMO Patches because they do work and I am so impressed with how they work.  No one here at my end has ever seen anything like your patches and I love telling people about them. I suffer from a Bakers […]

- Patty C, Michigan, United States
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