Hear from an expert
Listen as Dr. David M. Simpson, MD, Professor of Neurology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, discusses diabetic nerve pain of the feet and its symptoms, how to diagnose, and how to treat differently with QUTENZA.
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Diabetic nerve pain of the feet and you
What happens when diabetic nerve pain of the feet occurs
Diabetic nerve pain of the feet, also known as painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy (PDPN) of the feet, occurs if nerves are damaged as a result of diabetes. Damaged nerves cannot correctly transmit signals from the skin to the brain, causing the signals to become exaggerated, and creating the chronic pain you may be feeling.
Discovering a different kind of pain relief
QUTENZA is the first and only treatment of its kind to deliver prescription-strength capsaicin directly to the skin
The journey of finding relief from diabetic nerve pain of the feet can be a frustrating one – from the constant feeling of pain, to the trail of treatment methods that didn't improve your symptoms, leaving you dissatisfied and looking for alternative solutions. Taking the steps to talk to your doctor about QUTENZA could take you one step closer to getting the pain relief you've been looking for.