Can you guarantee the patches will cure my ailment?

It is essential to understand that our patches shouldn’t be regarded as a cure for your condition. There might also be underlying causes which continue to set off your injury, for example inflammatory disease and excessive or repetitive strain just to name a few. Instead our patches are a alternative natural treatment option to the existing medication, steroids and intrusive treatment choices which currently exist. They are meant to help the area heal by naturally removing the excess fluids as well as inducing blood flow to the area. Presuming that there’s no underlying inflammatory disease It shall then be up to the individual using the patches to properly rest the area and to identify and if at all possible avoid any physical or repetitive activities so to permit full recover.

Testimonials

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

I had a sudden case of Shoulder Bursitis, in fact, the Orthopaedic Surgeon said it was the most severe and immediate he had seen in years. He gave cortisone shot and Rx Narcotics that barely cut the pain. No sleep as pain worse at night. In my desperation for relief I searched the internet to […]

- T. Mule, Colorado, 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

Thank you, thank you, thank you!  I received my patches and after wearing them two nights, my baker’s cyst is almost gone – and no more pain!

- Gwen K, Saskatchewan, Canada

Hi, I have been using the patches for a bakers cyst caused by torn miniscus. The patch takes care of it but in comes back in about a week. Is it safe to use a patch a week for an indefinite amount of time? Thank you,

- Susan S, Ohio, United States

Thank you very much. I have used the patches on three areas with amazing results. One was on my ankle…12 hours later the pain was completely resolved. The other two spots were on my hips for greater trochanter bursitis. One hip had been injected with cortisone and local anaesthetic on Monday. The patch applied on […]

- Mandi D, NSW, Australia
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