Dupuytren’s Wand

If you suffer from Dupuytren’s disease, you can probably bend your fingers normally but cannot straighten them completely. Using the Dupuytren’s Wand and following up with the wearing of Dupuytren’s tape can provide a comfortable and consistent stretch to the finger and helps gently restore your range of motion. This home treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture is easy, cost effective and quickly allows for increased use of your hand. You can use the Dupuytren’s Wand at home and the tape is easy to put on yourself. It’s a simple solution that can often reduce tightness, tenderness and even delay the need for surgery. Even better, the results are fast and it costs less than the average doctor’s visit.

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Dupuytren’s Contracture: Things You Need To Know!

Dupuytren’s Contracture is a medical disorder in which the connective tissue beneath the palm stiffens and eventually turns into a scar-like lump over time. Although it isn’t always painful, it may limit the movement of your fingers or hands. A hard lump in the palm, generally towards the base of the ring or little finger, is the initial symptom of Dupuytren’s Contracture. The thickening of the skin and underlying nodule usually develops very slowly. Dupuytren’s contracture can be treated at home using the
Dupuytren’s Wand and Tape.

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  • Nodules

    The most common symptom of this disease is one or more tiny lumps or nodules in the palm of your hand. The nodules may be sensitive at first, but this tenderness normally fades with time. In addition, there may be “pitting” or deep indentation of the skin near the nodules in some situations.

  • Cords

    Hard tissue cords under the skin are another symptom of Dupuytren’s contracture. This is because the nodules may thicken and contract, forming tight and tough tissue cords beneath the skin. These cords might make it difficult for the fingers and thumb to straighten or expand apart period

  • Contractures

    As the tissue beneath the skin tightens, one or more of your fingers may be drawn into your palm, preventing them from extending apart. Although the ring and little fingers are the most commonly affected, any or all of the fingers, including the thumb, may be affected.

Use Wand for Early Stage Dupuytren’s Contracture Therapy

Best Treatment Option

Dupuytren’s Tape is designed for use after using the Dupuytrens Wand. Dupuytren’s Tape encourages the finger to straighten while allowing the finger to bend. By taking a new and effective approach to increasing localized blood flow, reducing swelling of the edema, and gently massaging fibrous tissue formations to soften nodules, cords, and scar tissue, the Dupuytren’s Wand prepares the hand for Dupuytren’s Tape. Dupuytren’s Tape can be worn all day and all night to provide a gentle, consistent stretch while allowing for a better range of motion when opening the hand. This non-surgical treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture helps delay or even eliminates the need for surgery.

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Frequently Ask Question

 What is Dupuytren’s Contracture?

Dupuytren’s Contracture is a connective tissue disease where nodules form on the tendons pulling one or more of the fingers into a bent position. Dupuytren’s can be uncomfortable, painful and over time it can be disabling.

 What is the Dupuytren’s Wand?

The Dupuytren’s Wand is an ultrasound and far infrared machine designed for home use. It has proven to be a quick and inexpensive solution for Dupuytren’s Contraction, which can easily be used from home. It is effective in restoring movement of your hand and delays the need for surgery. It is especially effective in the earlier stages of Dupuytren’s Disease. Using the Dupuytren’s Wand and following up with wearing of Depuytren’s Tape can provide a comfortable and consistent stretch to the finger and helps gently restore your range of motion. It’s easy, cost effective and quickly allows for increased use your hand. It’s a simple solution that can often reduce tightness, tenderness and even delay the need for surgery. Even better, the results are fast and it costs less than the average doctors visit.

 What is Dupuytren’s Jelly?

Dupuytren’s Jelly is a self heating, conductive medium that creates a bond between the skin and the Dupuytren’s Wand transducer. The ultrasound sound waves have a hard time traveling through air, so the jelly prevents any extra air space between the probe and your skin. Dupuytren’s Jelly can be substituted with a standard ultrasound jelly or KY Jelly.

 What is Dupuytren’s tape used for?

Dupuytren’s Tape is typically used following a session with the Dupuytren’s Wand but to can also be used independently. Dupuytren’s Tape encourages the finger to straighten to have a greater range of motion while simultaneously allowing the hand to be closed into a fist.

 How is Dupuytren’s Tape used?

 What is Ledderhose Disease and does Dupuytren’s Wand work to relieve the symptoms of Ledderhose Disease?

Ledderhose Disease is directly related to Dupuytren’s Contracture but affects the feet instead of the hands. Hard lumps form on the bottom of the feet which can cause pain when walking. The Dupuytren’s Wand can be helpful in reducing discomfort related to Ledderhose Disease.

 How long does it take to see benefits from the Dupuytren’s Wand?

Many patients experience relief of pain within the first twenty minutes of using the Dupuytren’s Wand. There should be a noticeable increase of flexibility and range of motion immediately following a 15 minute session of the Wand and the applying of the Dupuytren’s Tape.

 Should I talk to a doctor about my Dupuytren’s Contracture?

Yes, it is always recommended that you first speak with your physician for a formal diagnosis and prior to beginning a new treatment.

I was told that the surgery came with a lot of risks, and I was really scared of doing permanent damage to my hand. So instead, I decided to look for alternative cures online. With nothing to lose, I decided to try the Wand. It was cheap and easy to use. I had a little trouble figuring out how to use the tape but called the helpline. They were extremely helpful.

Kristof Jacson

I’m happy with the Dupuytren’s Wand. I only use it for about 2X a week but I use the tape every day. It helps!

Denise Mathers

My father is an accountant and spends a lot of time on the computer. He is constantly typing away at the keys, and when he thought he had Dupuytren’s Contracture, he was worried that the future of his career was at risk.


I am a smoker and a carpenter by profession. Due to my smoking habits, I had to deal with some medical issues that would arise from time to time. I developed Dupuytren’s Contracture and this was pretty much the scariest medical issue I had to worry about. As a carpenter, this was my complete nightmare as the contracture was in my right hand, and I could only use my tools with my right hand as well. It really hurt when it rubbed.