Reduce Pain And discomfort

Increase Flexibility and Range of motion

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 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 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 doctors visit.
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Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment wand

Use Wand for Early Stage Dupuytren’s Contracture Therapy

Always follow the explicit direction of your physician in the treatment of Dupuytren’s Contracture.

Best Treatment Option

Dupuytren’s Tape is considered the best at home Dupuytren’s treatment on the market. By taking a new and effective approach to increasing localized blood flow, reducing swelling of the edema and gently massaging fibrous tissue formation 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 and gentle, consistent stretch while allowing for a better range of motion when opening the hand.

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Best Treatment Option

Dupuytren’s Tape is considered the best at home Dupuytren’s treatment on the market. By taking a new and effective approach to increasing localized blood flow, reducing swelling of the edema and gently massaging fibrous tissue formation 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 and gentle, consistent stretch while allowing for a better range of motion when opening the hand.

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Using Dupuytren’s Tape is easy:

  1. Cut a strip of tape about 6 inches long.
  2. Tear the wax paper backing and remove about 1/2 an inch from the end.
  3. Attach the end of the tape to the fingerprint of the finger.
  4. Peel the wax paper backing all the way to about two inches from the end.
  5. Stretch the tape over your finger and over the back of your hand in a straight line over your knuckles.
  6. Attach the tape to the top of your finger on back of your hand securely.

Dupuytren’s Tape safely allows for better range of motion and comfort when opening and closing of the hand.
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Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment tape

Dupuytren’s Tape

Dupuytren’s Contracture, or Vikings Disease, can be painful, annoying and even dangerous at times. Fortunately, there are alternatives to surgery. The newest, easiest, and cheapest approach to Dupuytren’s is a home treatment.

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Dupuytren’s Tape

Dupuytren’s Contracture, or Vikings Disease, can be painful, annoying and even dangerous at times. Fortunately, there are alternatives to surgery. The newest, easiest, and cheapest approach to Dupuytren’s is a home treatment.

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Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment tape

Features

  • Less cumbersome, restrictive and expensive than a finger brace.
  • Waterproof and dries much faster after exercising, swimming or showering.
  • When applied, its Second Skin adhesive makes it feel like part of your body.
  • It is designed to last through the wettest, toughest conditions.

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Benefits

Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment tape
  • Extra-strong synthetic microfibers provide more support for finger and joints.
  • Enhances fingers joint range of motion.
  • Assists proprioception (muscles, joints and movement of fluids working together as a system).
  • When applied, its Second Skin adhesive makes it feel like part of your body.
  • Unlike Kinesio Tape, the adhesive pattern allows for less slipping. The tension on the tape remains efficient for long periods of time , even overnight..

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