A. A Baker's Cyst is a type of Bursitis found behind or about the knee joint and is categorized 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 such as osteoarthritis.
Bakers cyst on the knee
I got the patches yesterday evening. I have had five knee operations on my right knee and have arthritis. I also have a bakers cyst on the back of my knee and off to the front. I tried it last night and I was surprised at the results and it actually took away some of the swelling. I work out every other day and I think these will help.
Patches have arrived promptly, I have tried them, they have made a difference,
Bursa on elbow
I want to add to your list of testimonials my experience:-
I developed a bursa on my right elbow by supporting a heavy electric motor under a washing machine whilst changing its brushes. There was no visible damage to the area but the bursa was the size of a tennis or even a cricket ball. I was attracted by your lists of results and tried ten patches in which I saw evidence of drainage, I also weighed the used patches and compared them to new ones with slight but positive increases in weight in all ten patches. The bursa remained but reduced in size to perhaps a golf ball, Determined to follow through the osmosis principle I bought ten more recently and continued the treatment with improvements.
After the last patch some signs of the bursa remained say a squash ball however I hit my elbow accidentally and it disappeared completely and has not yet returned, a tribute to the bodies lymphatic system?
I have little doubt that your patches worked the miracle on my elbow and heartily endorse their claims to fame.
I received the patches on SATURDAY and this is working fine.
Bakers Cyst on the knee
4 more patches to go, and I can report great improvement! I can bend the knee, the lump in the back is so much smaller, (by half?) I think. Not even thinking of a drain needle and cortisone shot at this point. Your explanations are a little hard for me to follow medically, but don't really care. Thank you so much.
Will report again soon. Have some travelling to do to visit a sick 88 year old mother, and help with her upcoming double by-pass operation and valve replacement. (Pray for her and me) and I will get back to you next month or when I can.
You will be hearing from me because you've allowed me to go forth without pain or drugs. I also promise to put good reports of this patch on the internet as there is not much out there so far. I hope I bring you good business and will be ordering more patches to keep on hand as I think these things come back. (And I do want to get back to my yoga practice that probable caused this existing bakers cyst to get this aggravated in the first place, but will be more careful on which exercise I push this knee into.
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