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Physician's Pain Relief Cream Includes Patented Anti-inflammatory in New Formula
Date:3/8/2010

New ingredient makes Physician's Pain Relief Cream unique in the topical analgesic market.

Decatur, AL (PRWEB) March 8, 2010 -- Physician's Pain Relief announced the launch of a new pain relief formula containing HEPES Ester, a patented, anti-inflammatory agent. Studies show HEPES Ester effectively relieved arthritis and myositis pain by reducing redness and swelling of inflamed muscle and joint tissue. This is good news for an estimated 46 million adults in the US diagnosed by their doctors with some form of arthritis, according to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Physician's Pain Relief has three US patents dealing with HEPES Ester as an anti-inflammatory agent ( 6114337 s, 6306858 and 6448251) making the product unique among topical analgesics currently on the market.

James Hill, President of Physician's Pain Relief, founded the company in 2003 and established headquarters in Decatur, AL. "Physician's Pain Relief Cream is the product of six years of intensive research, development, testing and clinical trials," said Mr. Hill. "A team of physicians, pharmacists and biochemists who rank among the nation's leading medical experts were assembled to develop and test the formula. We included six anti-inflammatories in our product. One of them is our own patented ingredient."

Dr. Leigh Hopkins, D. Pharm, RPh, worked closely with Mr. Hill on the formula. He explains, "Physician's Pain Relief Cream reduces inflammation that potentiates and prolongs pain sensation in the body. It helps diminish the pain and discomfort associated with inflamed tissues. Continued use further reduces inflammation and prolongs the duration of pain relief. Anything that can be done to reduce inflammation will reduce the severity and duration of the pain sensation. Physician's Pain Relief Cream contains no steroid-based anti-inflammatory agents, which have known risks associated with their long-term use."

Clinical trials conducted by Dr. Greg Millar, DC, CCEP, also proved the effectiveness of Physician's Pain Relief Cream in reducing pain from over-exertion, sports injuries, accidents, strains and sprains. "For several years now we have tried Physician's Pain Relief Cream on hundreds of patients and we are pleased with the pain reducing results," said Dr. Millar.

When asked how he measured success, Mr. Hill said, "Our customers are the best indicator of our success. We receive so many letters from customers telling us how Physician's Pain Relief Cream changed their lives." He continued, "I recall a young man who suffered pain from fibromyalgia, a minister's wife who could not sleep she had so much pain from TMJ, a man that rubbed the cream on his knees only to discover his hands were working better, a 16-year-old girl who had almost given up her dream of being a dancer due to pain from a childhood playground accident, a musician who thought he would have to quit playing the piano. They all found pain relief using Physician's Pain Relief Cream. What better way to measure success?"

One of Mr. Hill's favorite stories was from country music artist Bill Owens who said, "You could not pay me a million dollars to say this if it were not true. I have tried about everything you can think of at the drug store and nothing has helped me like Physician's Pain Relief Cream. I put it on my hip and within 8-10 minutes the pain goes away and I am able to sleep all night long."

Unlike oral pain medications that can upset the stomach, Physician's Pain Relief Cream is applied directly to targeted areas of the body. Topical analgesics have shown to have relatively few side effects and minimal interaction with other drugs already in the blood stream. Physician's Pain Relief Cream is particularly well tolerated because it has no burning or freezing sensation. The pleasant, non-medicine smell and non-greasy formula make the product suitable for use in the public and at home.

About Physician's Pain Relief:
Physician's Pain Relief adheres to the highest manufacturing standards. No animal testing is used in development of our products. Physician's Pain Relief Cream is manufactured in the United States using the purest quality ingredients. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has approved Physician's Pain Relief Cream for OTC (Over the Counter) sale without a doctor's prescription.

For more information, visit the company website: RealPainRelief.com or call the toll-free number 1-866-510-7774 and press 2 for Customer Service.

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