How Can Ultrasound Help in Increasing the Flexibility of the Fingers?

You might wake up one day unable to hold your phone, unable to type with ease on your keypad, or even hold a spoon to make your breakfast. It’s a devastating scenario but can happen due to hand conditions that reduce flexibility in the fingers. Rheumatological disorders About 1 in 5 people develop a musculoskeletal […] ...

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Heat therapy for Dupuytren’s disease

It may be scary to realize that you have Dupuytren’s contracture, a disease most common in Scandinavian countries, but luckily heat can be used to treat the uncommon and uncomfortable condition. Dupuytren’s contracture: Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition in which you develop nodules in your hand that thicken to a point that your finger curls […] ...

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How did Dupuytren’s contracture get its name?

Dupuytren’s, pronounced doop-a-trons, is a disorder that causes the formation of an inflammatory nodule that makes your finger contract down toward the palm. The condition was named after the scientist who first studied it. Viking’s Disease  The disorder originated with the Vikings in Scandinavia, in countries like Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, who began conquering foreign […] ...

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How to wash your Hands If You Have Dupuytren’s disease

Honestly if are affected by Dupuytren’s, you know how hard it is to wash your hands. Simple routines are affected every day. Now, if you happen to be a germophobe or worried about the current pandemic, this article is for you. When there is a will, there is a way and hopefully, this will make […] ...

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