Are you suffering from inflammation, swelling or other painful symptoms of bursitis?
Does bursitis pain affect your work, sleep or lifestyle? Would you like to find a treatment that;
- Provides Pain Free Relief
- Is a Natural Alternative
- Is Drug Free
- Is Non-Invasive & Pain Free
- Backed by a full ‘No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee’
If you answered yes to any one or more of the above questions then it’s time to discover the OSMO Patch.
Firstly… what is bursitis?
Before we continue it is important to answer a few quick questions such as… ‘what is bursitis?’ As you may or may not already know, a bursa is a small balloon like sac that can be found around joints and other moving parts of the body, such as the shoulder, elbow, foot, hip, knee and ankle.
These small balloons like sacs (bursae) have a small amount of lubricating fluid within them known as ‘synovial fluid’. This fluid allows a bursa to act like a cushion while also reducing friction between sliding tendons and bones. Occasionally a bursa will be subjected to ongoing stress or a sudden trauma. When this occurs it usually results in an inflamed bursa that fills with fluid. This condition is known as BURSITIS and can be the cause of considerable discomfort and pain.
Next it’s good to understand the symptoms and signs.
The signs and symptoms of bursitis can vary from individual to individual depending on the degree of inflammation. Symptoms will normally include localized pain and tenderness. An extremely inflamed bursa may also result in visible swelling that appears as a lump. Visible swelling is a particularly common symptom of both knee and elbow bursitis that may cause joint stiffness and extreme pain when weight or pressure is applied to that affected joint. (Diagnosis of bursitis should always be confirmed by a qualified doctor prior to starting any treatment and will often require an ultrasound).
Finally… we need to consider the current treatment options.
Bursitis is classified as a soft tissue injury that is often initially treated with rest and ice within the first 24-48hrs after the initial onset. The purpose of this is to decrease the amount of inflammation and swelling. However in many situations this type of injury unfortunately will not resolve completely on its own with just rest and icing. Instead it will frequently remain inflamed and can even become worse over time leading to pain and discomfort.
It is usually when this occurs that most individuals will seek medical intervention and first learn that they actually have bursitis after visiting their doctor. Bursitis treatment unfortunately has undergone very little advancement over the past decade or so and most doctors will therefore offer very few alternatives when it comes to recommending a treatment.
In general most doctors will recommend either; anti-inflammatory medication, steroid injections, the painful draining of excess fluid out of the inflamed bursa sac using a syringe and possibly surgery in extreme cases.
Understandably for some individuals such treatment options may not be an option. This could be for several reasons including… they may already have tried one or more of these existing treatments and experienced little to no benefit. Alternatively certain individuals will not be suitable for these existing types of treatments due to their age or possibly a pre-existing medical condition. Furthermore such procedures can be painful, are seen as invasive by many and may perhaps be viewed as un-necessary. Finally, many individuals would prefer to exercise their right of choice and firstly choose to try a natural bursitis remedy when dealing with their health.
The OSMO Patch used together with proper rest now offers an Intelligent Natural Alternative!
The OSMO Patch contains no steroids, no drugs and is completely non-invasive. The OSMO Patch has been specially designed to remove excess fluid from the body in order to reduce swelling and the associated pain. The OSMO Patch used in combination with proper rest is ideal for individuals suffering from bursitis.
Simply place the OSMO Patch over the affected area at night just prior to going to bed. They then go to work while you sleep removing fluid and stimulating blood flow continually throughout the night. In the morning the used patch is simply removed and discarded.
The OSMO Patch is an ideal natural alternative for relieving inflammation, swelling and associated pain due to bursitis.
So if you would like to try a natural non-invasive approach to relieving inflammation and pain due to bursitis then the OSMO Patch is the Answer!