Bursitis is categorized as a soft tissue injury and it’s the condition which happens when a bursa sac 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.
As the synovial tissue of the bursa sac (See: What’s a bursa sac?) is extremely permeable to water and tiny molecules, then instantly following injury to a joint where a bursa sac is located, an immediate acute inflammatory reaction will result and the bursa shall fill with inflammatory fluid (water and inflammatory molecular mediators), along with a local cellular response.
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I recently ordered the OSMO Patches – and have already felt the pain decrease on my baker’s cyst.. Thank you.
Arizona, United States
Hi, Patches were amazing only needed 2 to get my very fluid swollen elbow to go significantly down. This was after 3 weeks of no other solution so VERY VERY HAPPY. Many thanks!
Langford Bristol, UK
Hi Toky I have received my patches and used one last night on my hip. It’s an absolute miracle!! I have been suffering on and off for three years with Bursitis on my left hip. My GP has given me cortisone injections and anti inflammatorys both of which have given some relief but not lasted […]
East Sussex, United Kingdom
Hello, My name is Garry Gracey; I am a former HANDBALL CHAMPION. I banged my elbow while playing handball. It became swollen after a few days and my family doctor recommended not to drain the bursa on the elbow but to have it take its natural healing course. “Being impatient” I googled and found OSMO […]
Garry I. Gracey
British Columbia, Canada
Danniel Jacques has made the world a better place for those of us that end up with too much synovial fluid – thank you very much!!! I had my first Bakers Cyst about 10 years ago and unfortunately the left over patches are a bit past it to treat the one I developed Tuesday night […]
The Osmo patch definitely helps my bakers cyst( behind my left knee)! It is temporary, but the relief is enormous! I use it every few weeks and the swelling and discomfort abate greatly! Thank you!
California, United States
Baker's cyst caused by torn miniscus
Hi, I have been using the patches for a bakers cyst caused by torn miniscus. The patch takes care of it but in comes back in about a week. Is it safe to use a patch a week for an indefinite amount of time? Thank you,
Ohio, United States
Thank you very much. I used the patches from a previous order for 10 days and they helped a lot. I am hoping that by continuing to use them, my condition with bursitis will be completely cleared up. I will let you know the results.