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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Thanks again.  I found the first batch really worked!! You have a wonderful product

- Bill T, Nevada, United States

Dear Danniel, I fell 1.5 metres onto the road, landing on my patella. The pain was severe, and after two weeks on crutches I was left with a fluid-filled bursa the size of half a golf-ball on my knee. I already had a swelling just below my kneecap for five years, and another specialist had […]

- Paul S, Auckland, New Zealand

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

Dear Toky, This is to follow up on my last email. After the 7th patch, the swelling began to go down. I did have to use all 10 patches, but by that time the swelling was gone and my elbow was back to normal. So the patches did work and I am completely satisfied. I […]

- Tom F, California, United States

Dear Toky (customer care dept.) “Wow”, I cannot began to tell you how “Wonderful” IT IS to finally have relief   From such a painful ordeal!! I have used the OSMO Patch just twice, perhaps because it ruptured, it didn’t take as long for continue treatment to   be SOOOOO EFFECTIVE, I AM so thrilled!!  Please give  […]

- Virgie B, California, United States
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