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Acupuncture for Dupuytren~sq~s?
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05/27/00 02:21
Emily

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05/27/00 02:21
Emily

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Acupuncture for Dupuytren~sq~s?

It occurred to me that acupuncture might be helpful for Dupuytren's. However, this is just a guess, and I might be off the mark. Has anyone tried acupuncture yet? What were the results? Thanks.

06/08/00 02:45
Emily

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06/08/00 02:45
Emily

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Acupuncture for Dupuytren~sq~s

I just talked to a local acupuncturist here in California. He said he successfully treated a woman with Dupuytren's using needle acupuncture, plus a supplement that specifically treats hardening of the connective tissue, plus magnet therapy. His treatment plan: he sees you on a Monday and a Thursday (or a Tuesday and Friday), then he has you take the supplement for a month and use the magnets, then he sees you again a month later on a Monday and a Thursday (or a Tuesday and Friday). He says a woman artist came in with Dupuytren's, and after treatment was relieved of all symptoms.

06/14/00 02:15
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06/14/00 02:15
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Hope you can help!

I’m new to the Dupuytren's Forum, but not to Dupuytren's that showed up about 10 years ago. Had surgery on my left hand 2 years ago but Dupuytren's is now back in the L hand worse than ever. So I know from experience surgery is only a stopgap.

I know about the French Needle so I am very interested in info about non-surgical cures. Question:

1) Are there any legit non-surgical cures? Who and where?
2) Is the SUNY Stony Brook cure near going public? Any info on the status?
3) Are there any doctors (or anyone else) doing injections? Who and where?

Please help with any info you have. I don’t want any more surgery!

Thanks Very Much!

08/26/00 02:06
Judith Allen

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08/26/00 02:06
Judith Allen

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Acupuncture treatment for Dupuyten~sq~s

Has anyone tried acupuncture & had any success in treating the hands for Dupuytren's?

04/04/05 02:33
Lee French

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04/04/05 02:33
Lee French

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Acupunture

I tried acupunture and suction cups for DC in my right hand and both feet. I think it helped in my hand and as my finger got straighter for awhile. Eventually, it got worse and I just had the operation. I believe that a non-invasive try is certainly worth a try. Good luck!

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