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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

TIPS FOR DUPUYTREN’S POST OPERATION CARE

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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WHAT ARE THE EARLY SIGNS OF DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTURE

Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition of the fingers in which the tissues under the skin of the palm start to tighten abnormally. As a result, the fingers start to bend and curl forward, leading to hand deformities of different severities. Dupuytren’s Tape can aid in the comfort and support needed during the early stages of […] ...

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WHAT CAUSES DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTURE? CAN DUPUYTREN’S BE INHERITED?

Males aged 50 and above are more prone to be affected by the Dupuytren’s contracture. But, as far as the exact reason behind Dupuytren’s contracture is concerned, there is still some research that needs to be done. Dupuytren’s syndrome typically affects the ring and little finger, although any finger can fall victim. Additionally, Dupuytren’s typically […] ...

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Dupuytren's Contracture Causes