I am upset with the misrepresentation of my thoughts in “The Podiatry Post”.
Gout is a very serious disease.
It is the appendicitis of podiatry.
Uric acid is negatively charged causing electromagnetic energy in the big toe joint.
When the toe moves this creates an electric charge which polarizes the sympathetic nerves.
This results in heat which boils the joint. Swelling, redness, and erectile dysfunction follow.
A posterior tibial nerve block reduces gamma rays and reverses joint polarity.
Thus it cures the gout.
If the patient is allergic to local anesthesia I suggest placing a AA battery to the top of the great toe.
Hopefully this will clarify my position. I’m a scientist you know.
P.S. Lawrence, I’m ready to move to Texas to Dean up your newest scam, I mean school. And I can teach the gout stuff.