I struggled with dupuytren for years until 10years ago .didnt want surgery ir injection because of downsideds Came across a female dr who specialized in correcting that disease. Her treatment was to hold my hand flat on a surface and strike the back of my hand very hard.i could hear the cords snap and it was gone.that was 10 years ago.now id like to fix it again but can't locate her or anyone else who uses this procefre.dont know if there's a name for it.if anyone has contact info with her or anyone else who uses that procedure.i think she was actually in atlanta or norcross.seems the Google listing are all either surgery or injections both of which have downsides.mine hurt for couple days but I've been good for 10 years.thanks for any info
Mohalley:Thanks but I was trying to find something without drugs.injections.or surgery.it was so simple
NA is close to meeting those requirements? As an aside doing it the way you had done in the past seems to risk damage to internal structures, and is probably not a recommended procedure. Maybe you was lucky; but also people have also reported 'accidents' where they fell or crushed an outstretched hand and their contracture was reduced.