Treating the Early Stages of Dupuytren’s Contracture

Imagine having two of your fingers permanently bent inwards without you able to move or use them. Life would surely become difficult, especially when you can’t do things like put your hand in your pockets, to say the least. And not to mention the attention it would grab! Complications associated with Dupuytren’s Contraction: Ideally, having […] ...

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Dupuytren’s Contracture Treatment

What is Dupuytren’s Contracture, and Why Does It Occur?

We have all seen somebody who is not able to straighten their hand completely, or perhaps they have had trouble doing things like putting their hands in their pockets, and it is likely we have brushed it off. It is possible that this particular person was suffering from Dupuytren’s Contraction. But what is it really? […] ...

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Dupuytren’s Contracture

How Ultrasound, Soft Heat and Proper Taping Can Help With Dupuytren’s Disease?

Dupuytren’s Contracture — it’s those knots of tissue within the skin of your palm that constricts your hands and fingers. Annoying, yes, but you can begin treating it at home before rushing in for surgery. Start by self-administering a basic ultrasound and far infrared therapy using a Dupuytren’s Wand. After applying a layer of the […] ...

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Dupuytren’s Wand


Post operation care after getting your Dupuytren’s contracture surgery is more important than most patients understand. From dressing and wound management to pain control, there are a number of factors that you must keep in mind to ensure a successful recovery of your hand. So, if you’ve recently gone through a Dupuytren’s contracture surgery, then […] ...

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