Ms. Dale C
I am writing to sing your praises! I am not kidding. I was first diagnosed with a Baker’s cyst approximately three months ago. The pain became increasingly intense, so I finally made an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon. He explained that the cyst was most likely the result from a torn meniscus and that I would require surgery. In the meantime, my patches I had ordered arrived, so I had used five patches by the time I returned to the orthopedic surgeon for the follow up for my MTI. He did NOT find a torn meniscus and was amazed at how much more range of motion I had in my knee. He agreed “whatever is working, keep it up!”
I am 62 years old, quite active, practice yoga and exercise daily. I am currently planning to swim with the dolphins with my grandchildren next month instead of planning surgery, physical therapy, etc. THANK YOU!!