on November 12, 2015 a woman limped into Dr. Bertrand’s office. Her big toe was red and so swollen it was shiny. She was suffering from the awful pain of gout. All the medications she had tried either had not worked or had side effects. When Dr. Bertrand offered to put some QR cream on her toe, she recoiled and exclaimed: “don’t touch it!”: even the lightest touch was excruciatingly painful. Dr. Bertrand put a gob of QR cream on her finger and, without touching the toe, applied the cream lightly to it. Within one minute, she could rub in the cream and five minutes later, the pain had disappeared. She was able to walk out of the office normally. She applied QR Cream to her big toe every six hours for the next two days. On the third day, she had a normal-looking foot and no pain.
Improve the way your foot works
Spend some time walking or running barefoot on uneven ground. If you cannot do this, you can help yourself with an orthotic, an insert in your shoe that helps correct things like:
Inflammatory conditions (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout) also cause foot arthritis.
The same receptor in the membrane of pain nerves that opens-up to start the pain signal going up the nerve to the brain also releases chemicals that produce inflammation when it is open. The mannitol in QR Cream shuts down this receptor. It stops the pain signal and reduces inflammation. Many people have noticed that as the mannitol in QR Cream relieved their pain, there was also less redness and swelling (less inflammation) around their joint.
you are probably suffering from nerve pain. To find out more, go to QR cream for peripheral neuropathy.