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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Hi there! I’ve been wanting to write you about your product, OSMO Patches, but couldn’t find an email address for comments. While deleting emails way back from January 2010, I found this confirmation of my order from your company, so I hope you will relay this email! I have a bakers cyst on the back […]

- Terry M, Oregon, 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

Hi Toky, Received the patches yesterday. Thanks to you from the old lady for whom I keep purchasing these patches from you. She says these patches are really working wonders on her leg. Best regards,

- Ash M., Ontario, Canada

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

I have found these patches to be fantastic giving me huge relief. Regards

- Jenny, United States
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