What Is Bursitis?
Bursitis occurs when one or more small sacs of synovial fluid (bursae) become inflamed. The bursae are found at the internal functionaries like muscles and tendons and rest at the points where these slide across the bone. Healthy bursae will create a smooth and frictionless, as well as functional, gliding surface, making normal movement painless.
The plan below is designed to provide pain relief and support for bursitis. When combined with a naturally healthy lifestyle, it’s possible for the condition to improve and for healing to begin – with results being noticeable in just a few short weeks.
Q: Hi I’ve only been taking these (Natures Aid, high potency 80.000iu ) for 3 days now recommended by a friend who told me her osteopath recommended to her. We are both fitness instructors. My doctor diagnosed me with ‘bursitis’ a few weeks ago and prescribed anti inflammatorys and rest. My friend had exactly the same symptoms in the same places as me eg. painful swollen knees, pains in the feet, achilles tendons, backs of heels, bottom of heals, across the width of feet! etc., due to over use (many many exercise classes over many many years!)
I’m not sure what dosage to take. The lable says 1-2 each day. Is that enough? Should I increase? -Lorraine H., United Kingdom
‘Last night was the first pain-free continuous sleep I have had in 4 weeks’
Thanks for the info. Just an update on my condition. Last night was the first pain-free continuous sleep I have had in 4 weeks. I will continue with the Serrapeptase therapy (3X3 per day) for now.