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By Brittany Ferri May 03, 2020

If you search the web for a Dupuytren’s contracture cure, you will not get any satisfying results. It's one of the few diseases that still remains a mystery to doctors and medical professionals.

There is very little that we know about this condition, despite Dupuytren's contracture getting more common by the day. In previous blogs, we've talked about the many causes of the disease and why it’s becoming more prevalent in the United States. Today, we’ll talk about Dupuytren's contracture treatment and brief you on the latest updates regarding a cure for Dupuytren's contracture. 

Do We Really Not Have a Dupuytren's Contracture Cure?

Correct, we do not yet have a cure for this painful hand condition. Some experts believe that the medical industry did not pay much attention to the condition when it first came about, since it wasn't very common and there were other diseases that took precedence. It took professionals a lot of time to take notice of this disease and its related issues and, as a result, we’re slow on research and data in this area.

Researchers need a lot of information to be able to create a cure for a disease. After all this data is collected just to produce the cure (and find the exact form it works best in), the proposed solution has to be tested hundreds of times for months or even years to get it to meet a strict set of requirements. This is why we still do not have a cure for the condition.

When Can We Expect a Cure?

There is no exact timeline yet and, while it’s important to be positive, the truth is that we don't know how long it will take. It could take years to get to the point where we have several working or even lasting solutions for this problem for good. Some companies are reported to be working on a cure but we haven’t received overwhelming positive news, so it seems we still may be a ways away from finding a solution.

It is important to know the cause of any disease to be able to find a solution. The problem with Dupuytren's contracture is that we still do not definitively know what causes the condition. Once we know the cause with a greater degree of certainty, we’ll be able to move ahead in the race and get closer to finding a solution that can truly contain the problem for years to come.

How Can We Treat Dupuytren's Contracture Then?

Just because we do not have a cure, that doesn't mean we don't have a treatment for Dupuytren's. If you or someone close to you has Dupuytren's contracture, there's good news for you. There are several ways to treat the condition including some very affordable and non-invasive options.

We suggest that you firstly consider our all-natural topical lotion, Dupuytrensco cream, to relieve pain and minimize swelling. Customers have found tremendous results using our product. 


Brittany Ferri
Brittany Ferri

Brittany is a registered and licensed occupational therapist who has 6 years of clinical experience treating conditions such as Dupuytren's, arthritis, carpal tunnel, and more. She is passionate about educating others about their health.