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Why Surgery is Not the Best Option to Treat Dupuytren's Contracture

May 03, 2020

Every week, we come back with a new blog to tell you about Dupuytren's contracture to help you understand the condition better. We have talked about a lot of things in the past including tips on how to reduce the symptoms and take care of your health during the coronavirus pandemic. However, one question that we have rarely touched upon is Dupuytren's contracture surgery.

Most of our articles highlight a lack of Dupuytren's contracture treatment options. Since not much is not known about the disease, we do not yet have an option to treat it. However, Dupuytren's contracture surgery still exists but very few people opt for it as it is not a preferred method to treat the condition.

In this article, we’ll talk about why surgery isn’t the best option to treat Dupuytren's contracture.

Let’s get started:

It Is Costly

Dupuytren's contracture surgery can be very expensive depending on where you live. Plus, since insurance does not cover the condition, it can end up being very difficult to cover the charges. This is why it is best to avoid surgery and look for other options.

Moreover, we must also mention that there may be additional charges including the cost of hospitalization if the case is highly sensitive.


It Can Be Invasive

If you speak to a surgeon about the surgery they’ll explain in detail how it is performed. 

While some clinics may use anesthesia and other such options to numb the area so that there’s no pain or discomfort, the fact remains that it can be invasive and result in long-term pain as well.

You will have to turn to medication to reduce the pain. 


No Guarantees

A major problem or side effect of surgery is a lack of guarantee. The surgery may not be able to correct the condition. Plus, there’s always a risk of relapse, which means all your pain and money would go to waste.


The Timeline

Plus, it can take a while for things to get back normal, which can prevent you from going to work or perform day-to-day activities. 


The Risk Factor

The risk is there because not taking proper care of your hand post-surgery can worsen the situation and even result in infections.

It is important to discuss possible risks with your surgeon so that you’re fully aware of what you’re taking on.

Surgery may not be the best option to treat the condition. We suggest that you look for alternative treatment options such as our homepathic cream.


What Our Customers Had to Say:

"I was experiencing severe pain with my hands locking up at night. The pain has subsided and it feels as though the bumps in my hands are softer. No more locking up at night."

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