Achilles Bursitis, also known as retrocalcaneal bursitis occurs due to inflammation and swelling of the retrocalcaneal bursa.
The retrocalcaneal bursa is located below the Achilles tendon at the back of the heel and can sometimes be mistaken as Achilles tendonitis. It is also not unusual for the two conditions to occur at the same time.
Other than Achilles bursitis another common form of bursitis in this area is known as subcutaneous calcaneal bursitis and can be seen in the image.
Achilles Bursitis is often simply referred to as heel bursitis. To learn more about bursitis in the heel please click the link below.
The OSMO Patch together with adequate rest now provides a a natural complementary way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with retrocalcaneal bursitis. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:
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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with Achilles bursitis. If you suspect that you have bursitis in the heel then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.
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Foot & Ankle Bursitis
Thanks. I am finding the patches brilliant.
Bursitis in heel
Dear Wonderful Mediwise Pty. Ltd., My brother bought your patches for the bursitis in my heel. After the first patch on Tuesday, I saw no results. After the second patch I was actually worse. Then while wearing the third patch yesterday, I was thrilled to see improvement…so much so that I cancelled the appointment that […]
Georgia, United States
I used this patch from yesterday. My first patch application was wonderful. I feel no pain and discomfort on my retrocalcaneal area. After removal of patch I could see some fluid or discharges like a chocolate color discharge on my applied area .. what is that? How long I have to continue the patch..is that […]
Bursa on ankle at the end of the achilles tendon
I am having some success with your OSMO patches, and have just ordered another set. Here is my testimonial which you are free to use as you may wish: I have always been an active person, and about 2 years ago I strained both my achilles tendons. Physio and care fixed the problem, but I […]
British Columbia, Canada
Hi Toky, The bursitis patches are starting to offer relief for my son’s heel. Thank you so much. He is finally looking on the bright side. Over the past month he has had 2 drainages, 2 cortisone shots, and referred to 2 different specialists. The end result was either an operation to shave the bone, […]
Bursitis in the ball of the foot
Hi, My name is Zoe and I have had bursitis in the ball of my left foot for 2 months now and it was suggested I have a cortisone injection in each inflamed Burser. This freaked me out and decided to look on line for a natural remedy and found these. Well after 2 nights […]
Ankle and hips (trochanter bursitis)
Thank you very much. I have used the patches on three areas with amazing results. One was on my ankle…12 hours later the pain was completely resolved. The other two spots were on my hips for greater trochanter bursitis. One hip had been injected with cortisone and local anaesthetic on Monday. The patch applied on […]