What is Bursitis?

Bursitis is categorised as a soft tissue injury and it’s the condition which happens when a bursa sac becomes inflamed. This could happen because of a variety of reasons like; a repetitive injury, a sudden impact injury, sporting injury or as a result of an underlying inflammatory condition.

As the synovial tissue of the bursa sac (See: What’s a bursa sac?) is extremely permeable to water and tiny molecules, then instantly following injury to a joint where a bursa sac is located, an immediate acute inflammatory reaction will result and the bursa shall fill with inflammatory fluid (water and inflammatory molecular mediators), along with a local cellular response.

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Dear Toky: My patches arrived on Feb. 10th. I have now used 9 of the patches, wearing one sometimes during the day. I have noticed significant results, although there is still some swelling in the bursa in my left elbow.

- George A, Utah, United States

Good morning We have been using your patches for a few days now and we find them helpful. They are draining fluid from the cyst and that is a good sign. Regards

- Andy S, QLD, Australia

Dear Sir or Madam: I purchased the OSMO patch several weeks ago and just started using them 4 days ago for my Bakers Cyst behind my knee.  I must admit I was very skeptical but I have noticed a change and less swelling in the area behind my knee.   Thank you

- Karen B, Illinois, United States

So I had buristis (the size of a hardball) in my elbow. Three doctor visits (3) draining visits, but swelling returned instantly. Tried your patches and after 10 apps.  it has completely disappeared!  Thank You  

- Ed L, Washington, United States

Dear Toky: I was diagnosed with severe bursitis in my left elbow in mid February.  I saw an orthopaedist in March who attempted to aspirate my bursa and also injected cortisone in the bursa.  This treatment had absolutely no effect.  A couple of weeks later the same doctor successfully aspirated over 30 cc’s of fluid […]

- Jim N, Florida, United States
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