What’s a Baker’s Cyst (Bursitis)?

A Baker’s Cyst is a type of Bursitis found behind or about the knee joint and is categorised as a soft tissue injury and is the condition which results when the bursa sac in this area 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.

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- William B, North Carolina, 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

Dear Toky, Thank you for your answer. My cyst is on the medial ventral surface of my knee.  I have been placing the patches directly on top of the cyst, although it cannot be seen, but I know where it is from the ultrasound studies and the pain. I shall try misting the area instead […]

- Jackie H, Ohio, United States

Dear Friends at MediWise, I had what a nurse practioner at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London called ‘that huge bursa’ on my right knee as a direct result of falling from the top of a railway staircase when the city was inundated with a snowfall and resulting ice.  I received your patches the day before […]

- Bruce W, London, United Kingdom

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- Mavis S., Gartempe, France
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