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.← FAQs
Ok, I have an arthritic knee from playing American football and having an operation when I was 18. Going to a doctor to have it drained would cost me well over $220. Even a smaller amount of fluid in the front and back of the knee will throw it out of line and I know […]
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 […]
In early November, 2008, I was shocked when by chance I looked at my right elbow and saw that it had a swollen lump almost half the size of a tennis ball. I had no recollection of bumping it or otherwise causing damage to it and was really quite surprised because it was painless. That […]
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