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lynne kennedy

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lynne kennedy

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second hand struck!

My right hand developed D in February and now, the end of June, the left hand has a nodule. Is this the usual course of events? I stopped taking calcium and CosaminDS 2 weeks ago when I read several messages. I've tried 8 acupuncture treatments on the right hand and all to no avail. Anyone have any suggestions?

Charlie 

Charlie 
Dupuytren~sq~s disease in both hands

I have Dupuytren's disease in both hands. Six months ago Dr. Eaton did NA on my left hand. My right hand has two big nodules but my fingers on that hand are still straight. Lynne, my advice is to get to Dr. Eaton as soon as you can. He will straighten your finger in short order. Go to http://www.handcenter.org/newfile16.htm and make an appointment.

LINDA

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LINDA

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NODULES

CHARLIE,
THATIS WHY I HAD BOTH HANDS DONE.... RIGHT HAND HAD PITTS IN MIDDLE OF PALM, I COULD NOT LAY MY HAND COMPLETELY FLAT ON TABLE,,, SO, DR. EATON DID A SNIP OR TWO. I GAINED 5/8 OF AN INCH IN MY HAND SPAN.....SORRY FOR POSTING SO MUCH YOU GUYS...JUST TRYING TO GET THE WORD OUT....
DR. EATON WILL BE ON CHANNEL 6 THIS JULY 6TH IN FLORIDA 11 OCLOCK

Lynne

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Lynne

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Thanks

Thanks to Charlie and Linda for responding. I have an e-mail in to Dr. Eaton's office now.

Alan

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DR. EATONS WEB SITE

Hi Lynne
Last year I investigated perhaps using acupuncture to
perhaps help my DP in my finger. The acupuncture doctor
told me it would be just a waste of money trying this.
I am back from the Hand Clinic where yesterday I had needle aponeurotomy for my Dupuytren's finger contraction. The tight chord
in the palm of my hand was entered through six needle incisions and severed by the tip of a small needle. As this chord is severed, it felt to me like the snipping away of a rubber band as tension is released. Under the local anesthesia, I felt no pain and only very mild discomfort as Dr. Eaton manipulated my hand.
Before the NA my small finger had contracted > 145 degrees, and after it is about 70 degrees. I have a splint to wear while sleeping, a simple hand therapy exercise to do daily and will return in three months to Jupiter for another session to see if we can further reduce the contraction. All in all, the procedure was highly successful while avoiding the dangerous and often debilitating open hand surgery for this "Viking" disease.

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