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KelvinJosh 

KelvinJosh 
Doctor Henri Lellouche

Hi all,

Ive suffered with Dupuytrens since 2004 and currently have it in both hands in the small finger. Although reoccurrence is every 2-3 years it was expertly kept at bay by Dr Badios in France. Unfortunately Dr Badios retired last year and I will soon be requiring needle treatment on both my hands again. Dr Badios gave me the name of his colleague Henri Lellouche whose clinic is based in Paris. Has anybody else used Dr Lellouche and know how much he charges? Dr Badios charged me 500 Euro for both hands.

Thank you,

Kelvin

Edited 03/14/19 13:19

spanishbuddha 

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spanishbuddha 

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Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

Dr Lellouche is fine but I don’t know how much feedback you will get here.

There’s a bit of feedback on Dr Manet Chopin, one example https://www.dupuytren-online.info/Forum_...34176780.html#4 and the Paris hospitals brochure might be useful:

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KelvinJosh 

KelvinJosh 
Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

Thank you very much for the link

Guitareth 

Guitareth 
Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

spanishbuddha:
Dr Lellouche is fine but I don’t know how much feedback you will get here.

There’s a bit of feedback on Dr Manet Chopin, one example https://www.dupuytren-online.info/Forum_...34176780.html#4

Yes it was me who wrote in that linked thread about my own experience with Dr Manet in Paris from last November and I can certainly VERY strongly recommend her. Don't know how many fingers you need tretaed but I suspect you'll find her even better value for money than your previous doctor.

Edited 11/20/19 15:49

Stefan_K. 

Stefan_K. 

Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

Hi Kelvin. The combination of RT and a night splint glove has worked perfectly for me to avoid recurrence for the past 5 years. May be worth trying, and if just the glove.

Stef

[57, Dupuytren diagnosis 2006, RH contracture and PNF/NA 2014, radiotherapy RH 2015, LH 2017 & 2018, night splint glove RH since 2015]

Kelvin 

Kelvin 
Dr Manet Chopin

Guitareth:
spanishbuddha:
Dr Lellouche is fine but I don’t know how much feedback you will get here.

There’s a bit of feedback on Dr Manet Chopin, one example https://www.dupuytren-online.info/Forum_...34176780.html#4

Yes it was me who wrote in that linked thread about my own experience with Dr Manet in Paris from last November and I can certainly VERY strongly recommend her. Don't know how many fingers you need tretaed but I suspect you'll find her even better value for money than your previous doctor.


Hi all,

Been off the radar for a while due to Covid period and the fact that my Dupuytrens seemed to have stabilized a little during the last 2 years. However its now time to look at a new NP appointment in France. As previously mentioned i am from the UK and was previously under Dr Badios' care for over 10 years and he is now hopefully still enjoying his retirement! Just wondering if there is any more feedback on Dr Manet Chopin since my last post and confirmation that she is still treating DC privately? Will be sharing my new treatments on here for anybody who is interested in the NP (needle treatment).

Thank you

Kelvin

spanishbuddha 

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spanishbuddha 

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Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

There's a slightly later December 2019 update in the FB group https://m.facebook.com/groups/BritishDup...18301928426070/ if you search on manet chopin. I attach a screenshot of the main info.

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Kelvin 

Kelvin 
Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

spanishbuddha:
There's a slightly later December 2019 update in the FB group https://m.facebook.com/groups/BritishDup...18301928426070/ if you search on manet chopin. I attach a screenshot of the main info.

Thank you so much for the quick response

Seph 

Seph 

Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

Hi Kelvin; I had my first NA treatment from Dr Badois in 2007 and saw him a couple of times after that but for the past 10 years I have been seeing Dr Manet Chopin. I have found her to be very good. She now has a lot of experience and knows what she is doing.

Last time I saw Dr Manet Chopin was in 2018 when she did both hands for me in one session. After 50 years with dupuytrens my hands have some complex issues. I was booked to see her again in 2020 but Covid locked me down here in Australia.

I am now booked to see her again in the second week of August so I can confirm that she is still doing NA procedures every Friday afternoon.


Seph

Kelvin 

Kelvin 
Re: Doctor Henri Lellouche

Seph:
Hi Kelvin; I had my first NA treatment from Dr Badois in 2007 and saw him a couple of times after that but for the past 10 years I have been seeing Dr Manet Chopin. I have found her to be very good. She now has a lot of experience and knows what she is doing.

Last time I saw Dr Manet Chopin was in 2018 when she did both hands for me in one session. After 50 years with dupuytrens my hands have some complex issues. I was booked to see her again in 2020 but Covid locked me down here in Australia.

I am now booked to see her again in the second week of August so I can confirm that she is still doing NA procedures every Friday afternoon.


Seph

Thank you Seph

I will also require treatment to both hands and am glad Dr Manet Chopin carries this out as some doctors will only suggest one hand at a time. Good luck for your August appointment.

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