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Healing Gout with Neuroplasticity (Part 5)


I’m JJ Curren, a practitioner here at Quantum Techniques (QT). Today, I would like to continue with a series of videos about rapid healing of chronic issues with neuroplasticity, specifically with regards to gout. If you haven’t watched the first video yet, I would encourage you to do so. As I stated in the initial video, a key component to neuroplasticity is that your brain has to recognize that there is an issue in order to reroute brain function. Most chronic gout problems are compounded by the fact the brain does not recognize a problem, and in turn stays in the same brain rut as always.

Gout is a common and complex form of arthritis that can affect anyone. I know, as I suffered from gout for several years. It’s characterized by sudden and severe attacks of pain, swelling, redness, and tenderness in the joints, often the joint at the base of the big toe. An attack of gout can occur suddenly, often waking you up in the middle of the night with the sensation that your big toe is on fire. The affected joint is hot, swollen, and so tender that even the weight of the sheet may seem intolerable.

At QT, we believe that what the body can see, it can heal. We have some exciting techniques to help the brain see that there is an unhealed or chronic problem and help reroute brain signals. At the core of our work is the identification of pathogens, heavy metals, and food toxins, and the ability to show those toxins to the body. We also help you adjust your diet to allow the body to be in an optimal healing state. So, we show the body the issue and ask the brain to reroute signals so it can heal itself.

In future videos, I will discuss using neuroplasticity to help heal chronic issues like Lyme disease, hypertension, OCD, and PTSD. If you have any other topics you would like to cover, please email me at To get started with QT self-testing or to schedule a session with one of our practitioners, please visit Thank you and have a blessed day.


About The Author

JJ Curren served for 36 years in the US Coast Guard as a Naval Engineer and first responder. As an experienced first responder in the Coast Guard, JJ has a first-hand perspective on the impact of trauma on health and how to help people heal.

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