Radiation therapy
Radiation rherapy
Othotics helped with my flat feet which may have helped with Ledderhose.
Radiotherapy
Radiotherapy has helped the most. Three surgeries did not.
Radiotherapy
I have been taking Provitamin Complete (from US) DNS my fibromas appear to have shrink back. Coincidental??
Would not be able to function without my custom made orthotics, done on the NHS so lucky to have an orthotics guy who sees the disease as a professional challenge
Being a member of the Facebook forum DART, to share and learn about treatments of Dupuytren's and Ledderhose Disease
Joining a Facebook Support Group for Guidance https://www.facebook.com/groups/879351412113444/
Medication and T3
staying busy
Cell food by nu science has helped chronic fatigue gotten rid of many symptoms
Using a night splint has kept my Dupureytrens from contracting more.
positive attitude
I have had one corticosteroid injection so far and it was helpful. The nodules on my left foot have been gone for almost a year.
Padded fingerless gloves
Verapamil ointment
I am having radiation treatment, started November 23rd and have completed round 1 so far. Round 2 will be in February, 2017.
Verapamil
Dart Facebook group
My original NHS (UK) orthotics were awful. They were black and not anywhere near as soft as I needed. It felt like marbles on my shoes, due to compressing fibromas. I complained and was foot moulded for new ones with a red Tempur like foam covering...far
Hot Epsom salt foot spas, magnesium oil and turmeric capsules
Seeking Radiation Therapy for my disease and having a successful outcome
Yoga for good posture to help with Ledderhose
Good diet
my grandkids
collagen powder has helped with joint pain
I also use a sling splint for several hours a day if my DC feels like it is pulling forward.
to have no pain
I have not yet tried RT, but this is something I will definitely consider. And, am hopeful about it.
Excipial cream
heated and padded insoles
Being pro active
Drs are often under the misapprehension that it is a painless disease, unless in a proliferation phase. But they can grow and shrink daily and can be really painful at any time.
My partner is a.massage therapist so I get regular massage treatments on the foot, ankle and legs, just not where the nodules are.Keeps the deferred ankle, knee and hip pain under control
Finding that this was not as rare as I once was led to believe
Having a plan in place
Emotion code therapy
traveling
knowing my blood panel and fixing the vitamins accordingly has helped immensely.
I have a lot of inflammation even 9 mos after surgery so I use anti inflammation supplements on daily basis and eat foods to help reduce inflammation.
normally able to do my job
Surgery will be a last resort. If no other option works, then I will consider a "complete" removal of the tendon, so as to avoid returning nodules.