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What is a Baker's Cyst by OSMO Patch

What is a Baker’s Cyst?

In this informational video post we describe the condition of Baker’s cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst. This is is the first in our 8 part video series in which you will learn essential advice to avoid further injury and great tips on how to naturally reduce swelling & pain due to a baker’s cyst.

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How is a Baker's Cyst diagnosed by OSMO Patch

How is a Baker’s Cyst Diagnosed?

This informational video post discusses how the condition of Baker’s cyst is diagnosed. A Baker’s Cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst, is a painful condition which results in swelling at the back of the knee.

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Is exercise good for a Baker's Cyst by OSMO Patch

Is Exercise good for a Baker’s Cyst?

Many health professionals recommend exercise to people suffering with a baker’s cyst.. however could this cause you more harm then good?

This educational video post discusses if it is good to exercise with a Baker’s Cyst, a swelling found at the back of the knee which often causes pain and discomfort, resulting in a restriction of daily activities.

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ICE or HEAT for Baker's Cyst Pain by OSMO Patch

ICE vs HEAT – Which is best for Baker’s Cyst pain?

Have you ever wondered which is best for relieving baker’s cyst pain…. HEAT or ICE,? This informational video post discusses the use of ice or heat for relief of baker’s cyst pain, and importantly you will learn when is it necessary to use one instead of the other.

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How to treat a Baker's Cyst by OSMO Patch

How to treat a Baker’s Cyst?

Wanting to learn how to best treat a baker’s cyst? Watch this informational video post to learn about the possible treatment options that are available for a Baker’s Cyst. Also learn about a natural home treatment option offered by the OSMO Patch.

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