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May 12, 2022
If you have dealt with pain in your hands, you might have been told that you need to have an investigation for Dupuytren’s contracture. This is also known as ‘Viking’s Disease’ and in most cases, it can be diagnosed by looking and feeling your hands. It’s not always needed to have scans, injections and x rays to determine Dupuytren’s contracture is the problem in your hands, but once it’s diagnosed, getting your treatment plan in place is the most important thing that you can do.
Your doctor will look at both of your hands, comparing them to one another. They’ll check the skin for puckering in the palms and they will press on parts of the hands and fingers that will tell them whether Dupuytren’s contracture is the problem. They’ll be looking for knots of tough tissues and whether you can lay your hand flat on a surface like a table. If you cannot fully flatten your fingers and hands, your doctor will be able to diagnose Dupuytren’s contracture. Viking’s Hand Disease is not as luxurious as it sounds, but it’s something that you can get treatment for to minimize the pain and maximize your movement.
This is a disease that progresses slowly for some people and if so, it causes no pain and doesn't impact how you can move or use your hands. You might not even need treatment at the beginning. Instead, you can just wait and see whether Dupuytren’s contracture goes further and becomes more painful over time. You can keep testing for progression yourself, too, simply by laying your hand on the tabletop and trying to flatten it out.
The treatment - in some cases - can involve breaking apart the knotted cords pulling your fingers inward toward your palms. There are a range of procedures that can be used for this, and we’ve got them listed for you below:
Reducing your pain is the most important thing to do when you are dealing with Dupuytren’s contracture, and to manage the stiffness and the radiating pain through your hands and fingers, you need to think about using therapies, massage, topical treatments and exercise that can help you with your pain.
When you integrate The Triumph Hand Therapy Device, you are going to be able to achieve the pain relief that you need to function well. Your hands are your two biggest tools for success in your day to day life, and if you don't manage the pain in your hands with injection therapies, then using red light therapy is the best option. You can live more comfortably and more actively simply by ensuring that you are using our device. You don't have to think about surgery because the studies with red light therapy go back far enough to prove that there are benefits with consistent use. Integrating The Triumph Hand Therapy Device with the rest of your pain relief treatment is the best thing that you can do to get your life back, stretch your hands out again and prevent Viking’s hand disease from progressing.
Try out the Triumph Hand Therapy Device today and you’ll be able to see whether it works for you and your hand pain. Stretch your cords and tendons once again with the help of The Triumph Hand Therapy Device.
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