With the advancement in technology, the treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture isn’t only limited to surgical procedures, such as, Steroid injects, Fasciotomy, Subtotal Palmar Fasciectomy, and more. Unlike going through the surgical procedures that don’t even guarantee safe and accurate results. However, nowadays, you can easily find safe and effective non-surgical treatments for Dupuytren’s Contracture that provides unbelievable results within a few days.
How to diagnose Dupuytren’s Contracture?
To diagnose Dupuytren’s Contracture, your doctor will check the hands for pitted marks, dimples, thickened skin, lumps, bent fingers, or nodules.
You can also try to diagnose the disease at home by doing a tabletop test. For this, you need to place your hand flat on the surface of a table with the palm facing down.
Your test measurements will be compared to later measurements to see if the symptoms worsen.
The Latest non-surgical treatments for Dupuytren’s Disease
- Dupuytren’s wand: it is one of the best early stage Dupuytren’s Contracture treatments that provide a comfortable and consistent stretch to your finger. In addition, it also helps restore your range of motion.
Here are the top 4 highlights of Dupuytren’s wand
- Dupuytren’s Wand offers an easy and cost-effective way to reduce the symptoms of your hand.
- It increases the localized blood flow and can reduce
- This Wand gently massages the fibrous tissue formation to soften nodules, scar tissue, and cords.
- It is a simple device that can often reduce tightness tenderness and even delay the need for surgery.
- Dupuytren’s Tape: Wearing a quality Dupuytren’s tape will help you get a comfortable and consistent stretch to the finger. Moreover, it also helps you gently restore your range of motion.
Here are the top 3 highlights of Dupuytren’s tape
- It is easy to use, less cumbersome than a brace, and often allows full use of your hand.
- Just like a brace, it will help you open your hand and allow you to easily close your hand into a fish and grip thing normally.
- It is designed to last through the wettest and toughest conditions.
- Dupuytren’s Jelly: It is also known as self-heating jelly. It works hand in hand to make a perfect combination of at-home treatment methods to reduce the symptoms of the disease. This jelly is to be used with the Dupuytren’s Wand.
NOTE: The Jelly is only an accessory to be used with the Dupuytrens Wand
It has been proved that blue light, depending on the wavelength, radiant exposure, and intensity, has anti-inflammatory effects in Dupuytren’s Contracture. Additionally, the Dupuytren’s wand, jelly, and tape of ZTG come with far infrared technology. It reduces pain and discomfort associated with Dupuytren’s Contracture.
These products are considered the best non-surgical treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture as it doesn’t leave any scar. Nevertheless, the Dupuytren’s wand is reusable for multiple fingers or nodules and can be used repeatedly for years.