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

I used the patch for 3 days and I do a difference in the size of the cyst, how many days in a row can the patch be used? Any restrictions?

- Elizabeth C., New Jersey, United States

Dear Toky, I wanted to let you know that the Bursitis Patches have worked on my Trochanteric Bursitis.  I cannot believe it. I do not have the pain or swelling there that I have had before.  It is very cool. I just wanted to let you know that, also.  We will see if it flares up […]

- Jennifer P, Sunnyvale, United States

Hello. The patches arrived. Thank you very much. I have used 3 and they are very good. They certainly draw the liquid away from the back of my knee. Thanks very much

- Robyn C, Christchurch, New Zealand

Dear Danniel,

I completed the OSMO Patch treatment and have found it to be very beneficial in that it has eliminated the swelling in my knee and has minimized the arthritic pain also present in my knee.  I consider it to be a very good treatment for reducing or totally eliminating swelling of an area.  I highly recommend its usage.

- Mae A, New Jersey, United States

Hi My 81 year old mother has been suffering from hip bursitis for several years. She got some relief from regular corticosteroid injections. However, the last time she had this treatment, the injection was not carried out properly and she was in agony for several days. Consequently, she has been frightened to receive this treatment […]

- David P, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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