Baker’s Cyst Treatment

Are you suffering from inflammation and pain due to a Baker’s Cyst?

Is pain or discomfort from a Baker’s Cyst affecting your sleep, work or lifestyle?

The OSMOSIS Patch combined with proper rest provides support to reduce swelling and relieve pain… Furthermore the OSMOSIS Patch:

  • Contains NO DRUGS,
  • Is Absolutely NATURAL,
  • Is completely PAIN FREE & EASY TO USE….. plus importantly,
  • Is Backed by a No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee!

Firstly let’s cover the basics & discuss exactly what is a Baker’s Cyst?

As you may already know a Baker’s cyst is a swelling in the back of the knee caused by the build-up of fluid inside a small sac called a bursa. A Bursa sac contains a small amount of lubricating fluid (synovial fluid) and they can be found around joints throughout the body. Their purpose is to both cushion and reduce friction between tendons and bones.

There are actually numerous bursae throughout the body and while they can be found in areas such as in the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and heel, when we discuss a Baker’s Cyst we are only interested in the region towards the back of the knee.

A normal bursa may undergo stress or trauma leading to inflammation and then followed by an out-pouching of the sac behind the knee as it fills with fluid. Whilst the general name for this condition is known as bursitis, when it occurs behind the knee it is called a BAKER’S CYST. A Baker’s cyst can vary considerably in size and may or may not be associated with pain.

Next we need to consider the current treatments for Baker’s Cyst.

Baker’s cysts are normally first treated with rest and ice after the initial onset. This is to reduce the amount of inflammation and swelling. However in many situations baker’s cysts will not completely resolve with initial rest and icing and will continue to cause much pain and discomfort.

It is normally at this time that most individuals will seek medical intervention. Unfortunately there has been very little advancement in treating Baker’s cysts over the last decade and most doctors will offer the same limited options for relieving pain and swelling associated with Baker’s cysts. This may be either anti-inflammatory medication, steroid injections, or draining fluid from the baker’s cyst with a syringe. In an extreme situation surgery may also be recommended.

Whilst the above treatments can be effective for some people, unfortunately many individuals will still experience either little to no benefit at all from these treatments or possibly a quick re-occurrence of their baker’s cyst.

For others these treatments many not be a realistic option. This may be for several reasons. Some people will not be suitable for such treatments due to age or existing medical conditions. Others may find certain procedures both painful and invasive or may view them as unnecessary. Furthermore, many people rightly prefer to exercise their choice to first try natural methods when dealing with their health.

The OSMOSIS Patches combined with adequate rest now offer a 100% Natural way to support the reduction of swelling and pain associated with a Baker’s Cyst.

The OSMOSIS patch has been developed to naturally absorb excess fluid from the body which is then able to support the reduction of swelling and associated pain due to a baker’s cyst.

They are easily placed over the affected area before going to bed where they go to work removing fluid throughout the night as you sleep. The used patch is then simply removed and discarded in the morning.

The Osmosis Patch now provides a natural complementary way to aid the reduction of swelling and pain associated with a baker’s cyst. What’s more the osmosis patches are:

  • All natural
  • Non-Invasive
  • Pain free
  • Medication free, &
  • Backed by our money back guarantee

So if you’re ready to try a natural approach to supporting the relief of swelling and pain due to your baker’s cyst.. Then try the OSMOSIS Patch Today!


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