How often should I apply the patches?

The patches are applied and worn through the night and then discarded in the morning (single use). Normally one patch is worn each consecutive night (approx 8-10hrs) over the area affected, although more than one can be worn if required.

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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

Thank you for the bursitis patches.  My husband has used them every night for 7 days and it is almost completely gone. He feels really good about it. Best regards,

- Emmanuella G, New Jersey, 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

GREAT PRODUCT! I HAVE TO ADMIT WHEN I FIRST APPLIED THE PATCH I WAS A BIT SKEPTICAL, BUT AFTER THE FIRST APPLICATION THE SWELLING IN MY ELBOW WAS GREATLY REDUCED! AFTER ABOUT SIX APPLICATIONS THE SWELLING WAS COMPLETELY GONE!! I HAVE BEEN FREE OF BURSITIS FOR SEVERAL MONTHS!

- Ronald, United States

Thank you so much for your attention and immediate response to my e-mail. About 9 months ago I slipped on a latter and banged my elbow which resulted in a bursa sac.  This was the first time ever, but about two months ago it happened again. Your patches worked great both times. They significantly reduced […]

- Kent A, Florida, United States
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