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The Ultimate Baker's Cyst Treatment Combination

ColdCure Leg Wrap

King Brand ColdCure® Leg Wrap Product Box

Using a ColdCure wrap on your knee will bring down the pain and swelling, allowing you to start on your BFST treatments. It is important to allow your swelling and inflammation to subside quickly, as most of the pain and stiffness that you're feeling is because of the inflammation. The cyst in behind the knee won't be completely gone before you notice the pain level decrease, but it will get a little smaller.

BFST Knee Wrap

King Brand BFST® Knee Wrap Product Box

BFST is short for "Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy". The BFST Knee wrap stimulates the blood flow in your knee, allowing your body to deliver essential nutrients and oxygen to your knee injury to speed up the recovery.

The Baker's Cyst is only a side effect of an underlying knee injury. By increasing blood flow to the injured area, the underlying ailment can begin to heal, eventually making the Baker's Cyst disappear as well.

A BFST Treatment first thing in the morning will help relax damaged tissue and increase blood flow. This will also help reduce stiffness. During the day, complete a BFST treatment every 4 hours or before any type of physical activity. This can include anything that puts a strain on the injured area. This can also be used for preventative measures after a full recovery to optimize your blood flow.

KB Support Tape

King Brand Support Tape

Nothing slows you down more than pain and injury. So, whether you're trying to stay active or just trying to make it through the day, KB Support Tape is there to help you achieve all of your goals.

Everyone needs a little help sometimes. Your skin can stretch much more than the tissues underneath it, which leaves you vulnerable to a wide variety of injuries, including a Baker's Cyst. Applying KB Support Tape makes your skin a source of outside support without restricting your range of motion and actively preventing re-injury as you focus on the important things.

It doesn't matter what color you choose; it matters that you decided to include this in your recovery. With one roll of beige black or blue tape lasting around 30 days of regular use, KB Support Tape is going to be there with you, so you can move more and move better.

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Related Forum Content from the makers of the BFST Device

You might be asking yourself "Who is King Brand, and why is their forum content so important?" Well, here's why! King Brand takes pride in knowing that their products will help heal people, and they aren't afraid to show it. Their commitment to helping people heal naturally, is the pillar on which the company has grown on.

The term BFST stands for Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy and it was created by King Brand Health Care. Blood flow is very important to help heal injuries, and after years of research and development they have come up with a product that does just what it says. No other company can match what King Brand does. They are the only company on the market that can directly target injuries at a cellular level with no surgery or doctors visits needed. Of course it’s important to visit the doctor when you've injured yourself, but their treatment modalities can be done in the comfort of your own home.

The King Brand forum is a great place to research specific ailments and to figure out whether or not the BFST and ColdCure products can help. Their treatment advisors are constantly posting on forums to help educate people on how to heal their injuries. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, then feel free to take part in their forum by registering.

Just below is a prime example of the quality customer service that King Brand provides on a daily basis. This is the perfect online community that will help educate, heal and get you back on your feet in no time.

How do I know if an underlying injury is causing my bursitis?

A customer asked, "How do I know if an underlying injury is causing my bursitis?"

Re: How do I know if an underlying injury is causing my bursitis?

Bursitis is typically a reaction triggered by some sort of underlying injury or condition. This could be anything from a partial muscle tear to arthritis to an old injury that never quite healed in the past. This underlying injury may get re-aggravated or flared up, and cause your body to overcompensate, and produce too much synovial fluid. This synovial fluid goes into one of the many bursae you have all over your body and causes the pain and swelling associated with bursitis.

The best way to tell what kind of injury may be triggering your bursitis is to have a MRI, which should show any sort of soft tissue damage. You can use the ColdCure and the BFST to treat both your bursitis, and the condition that is aggravating your bursa.

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