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Collaganase injection treatment
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04/11/08 10:09
batman

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04/11/08 10:09
batman

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Collaganase injection treatment


I first developed Dupuytrens contracture in the early ninety's and have undergone numerous open surgery operations to the fingers on both my hands. After surgery it took some 6 weeks or more, of visits to the hospital to have wound dressed,stitches removed and physio therapy to regain the full use of my hand again.

I am currently undergoing Collaganase injection treatment trials in U.K. Received first injection, first week in March.08 and the consultant successfully snapped the cord. I had a splint fitted to wear during the night and a diagram of some finger excercises I need to carry out at home. I had full use of my hand and the finger straightened within 8 days of the injection.
Just over a month later, I have just had another injection & cord snapped to a finger on my other hand which also seems at this time to be a success. I therefor personally feel that the Collaganase injection treatment is far better which much quiker and bteer results than the open surgery method, only drawback is the pain I experierenced when the cord was snapped without any kind of anescetic or perhaps I'm just a wimp!!!!!

" Meanwhile back in Gotham City Robin is fighting crime alone, while Batman rests for a few days to recover from second injection"

diddle-diddle/diddle -diddle/diddle-diddle/diddle-diddle BATMAN

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