Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment

Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment abroad

Dupuytren's Contracture is a condition where small and hard nodules appear under the palm skin and get worsen with the time until the fingers (one or more) become permanently bent towards the palm. These fingers then do not get straight without the medical help. It is not an uncommon disease and can be treated. The treatment is usually done using needle, which is used to break down the tissues that causes the bending. 

Dupuytren’s contracture affects mainly the ring finger and little finger. Feet is rarely affected.

 Enzyme injections are also used that soften the tissues. Along with this surgery can also be performed in some cases.


What affects the final cost of Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment?

There are many factors that can affect the costs

  • Types of Surgery performed
  • Experience of the surgeon
  • Choice of hospital & Technology
  • Rehabilitation cost after surgery
  • Insurance Coverage can affect a person's out of pocket expenses

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About Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment

The aim of the treatment is to improve the person’s ability to extend the affected fingers. Most of the people with Dupuytren’s contracture have mild symptoms and an individual is able to perform day to day work. People with Dupuytren’s contracture usually want to get treatment depending on the level of discomfort affecting their daily routine life.

The given treatments are –

  • Needling - A needle is inserted through the skin. This breaks the cord that is contracting a finger. The procedure does not require any incision and can be done in multiple fingers at a same time. However, in some places of fingers needling may damage a nerve or tendon. 
  • Enzyme injection- It softens and weakens the cord. This allows the doctor to break the cord and straighten the fingers. 
  • Surgery - The tissue in the palm is surgically removed. Surgical measure is long lasting when compared to needling and enzyme injections. One may need physical therapy after the surgery. In some case there may be total removal of the tissues affecting Dupuytren’s contracture. This surgery has a long recovery time and the patient may need physical therapy.
  • Radiation therapy - The therapy works in early stage of the disease. It can make the tissues soft and prevent contractions.
  • Other remedies - The person with Dupuytren’s contracture must avoid tight grip and use heavy padded gloves.

Top 10 Hospitals for Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment

Following are the best 10 hospitals for Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment in the world:

# Hospital Country City Price
1 Artemis Hospital India Gurgaon ---    
2 Sikarin Hospital Thailand Bangkok ---    
3 Medipol Mega University Hospital Turkey Istanbul ---    
4 HELIOS Hospital Munich-West Germany Munich ---    
5 Fortis Memorial Research Institute India Gurgaon ---    
6 Chelsea and Westminster Hospital United Kingdom London ---    
7 Continental Hospitals India Hyderabad ---    
8 Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Hong Kong Hong Kong ---    
9 Apollo Hospital Ahmedabad India Ahmedabad ---    
10 Asian Heart Institute India Mumbai ---    

Best doctors for Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment

Following are the best doctors for Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment in the world:

1 Dr Sujoy Bhattacharjee Orthopedecian & Joint Replacement Surgeon Sarvodaya Hospital and Re...

Frequently Asked Questions

The doctor diagnoses the disease by physical examination of the hands.

The exact cause is not yet known. The disease is said to be a hereditary disease.

The risk factors are – • Age – usually occurs in middle age • Gender – male gender is more likely to get the disease • Smoking • Alcohol abuse • Diabetes • Family history

• The patient is not able to lay the hands flat on the table. • There are thick bands of tissues formed under the skin. • Fingers are pulled forwards • The compressed pits or grooves may become sore and cause skin loss from the area • Small tender lumps in the palm which may go away with time

The person may have trouble with using hands. One may not be able to straighten the fingers or hold large objects.

If your symptoms get worse or you develop new symptoms, you must immediately consult a doctor.

Risk factors such as diabetes type 2, alcohol, certain medications may aggravate the disease.

If left untreated it can make the hands weak and limits the function of the hands.

Dupuytren’s disease commonly affects the palm of the hand. Rarely it affects back of the finger knuckles and the sole of the foot.

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The information on this page was reviewed and approved by Mozocare team. This page was updated on 31 Mar, 2022.

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