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Dupuytren’s Contracture?

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Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment
Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment

Dupuytren’s Contracture?

Give Yourself a Hand

We offer a non-invasive office procedure to immediately give you use of your hands and fingers. No incisions, no stitches, no scars, no pain, no rehab. Fill out the form to the right to request a consultation. Or call us!

Needle Aponevrotomy

Dupuytren’s Disease, which mainly affects adult males, is a genetic disease that can rob a person of the use of their hand. As the disease progresses, the fingers (most often the pinky and ring finger) are drawn into the palm. Those suffering from the disease have trouble gripping things, doing normal daily activities and carrying things.

While expensive surgical treatment is the traditional choice for correcting Dupuytren’s, it is not the best answer. Needle Aponevrotomy is an outpatient procedure that uses a small hypodermic needle to divide and release the contracting bands that cause the contracture of the fingers. This alternative to surgery has minimal recovery period, allowing a person to quickly return to normal activities. It is much less expensive than surgery, and much less invasive.

Before

Dupuytren's
hand contracture

After

dupuytrens treatment
noninvasive dupuytrens treatment

Hello, I have it too.

I have the hand condition known as Dupuytren’s contracture. I have had it treated with needle aponevrotomy by Dr. Lermusiaux in France, and also trained there with him, Dr. Lellouche, and the other doctors at Lariboisiere Hospital who perform this technique on a daily basis. I would like to help bring this procedure into common use in the United States.

Dr. David Kline

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