The initial lumps may produce discomfort that usually resolves itself, but Dupuytren’s Disease is not typically painful.
Surgery for Dupuytren’s disease will usually be carried out as day surgery in a hospital. A dressing will be worn for a few weeks post surgery and will also need hand therapy to assist with movement and to help prevent further contracture. Most patients willContinue reading
Despite surgery, the disease process may progress or present in other areas of the hands causing further contractures. This is usually a slow process occurring over years.