Baker’s Cysts in the Knee (Knee Cysts)

Baker’s cysts are diagnosed as painful lumps that develop in the back of the knee joint right below the knee/at the top of the calf.

The conventional medical model resorts to “draining” the baker’s cyst with needles or removing the swollen lymph node with a knee surgery leaving the patient with a painful recovery.

Understanding how to baker’s cysts are formed is key to knowing how to setup the conditions so your body is able to drain the baker’s cyst on it’s own.

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