• What are my options for treating Dupuytrens?

    Affecting the hands and fingers, Dupuytrens disease is not usually painful but it can be extremely debilitating. It occurs when connective tissue in the palm thickens, forming benign nodules; over time, the nodules extend, forming bands of thickened tissue similar to scar tissue which contract, pulling the finger or thumb towards the palm. In many

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  • Guyon’s canal and carpal tunnel syndrome: can surgery help?

    For patients suffering from a hand condition, the symptoms can range from being annoying – pins and needles and clumsiness – to unbearably painful. Often at its worst during the night, carpal tunnel syndrome can prevent sleep and impact on every aspect of life. There are non-surgical treatments for both conditions, but if these are

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