Announcing a Nonsurgical Procedure for Dupuytren’s Contracture
Dupuytren’s contracture is a disease that leads to flexion deformities of the fingers. The Hand Center of Louisiana is proud to offer XIAFLEX®, an innovative nonsurgical technique to dissolve the cord that is causing the finger to be bent and return the extension to the fingers.
XIAFLEX®, the only FDA-approved nonsurgical treatment, is a prescription medication that is injected directly into the Dupuytren’s cord and within 24-hours post injection a release is performed. This procedure can be done in the convenience of the Hand Surgical Associates office.
Join the thousands that have benefitted from full finger extension following the nonsurgical release.
Contact the Hand Center of Louisiana to help you determine if XIAFLEX® is the best treatment option for you.