How long will the best or large Dupuytren treatment program last?

If I order the best Dupuytren treatment program, how long will that product last?

 

Greetings,

If you look at the information that describes the large Dupuytren treatment plan you will see the following: 

“While the large DCI treatment plan is the most expensive to purchase, it is not much more costly to keep resupplied so that your treatment can continue each month.  The monthly cost for resupplying the Dupuytren Large Plan is about $95-$120 per month.  Keep in mind that the Genesen pens never have to be purchased again, and that the Dusa-Sal DMSO and Unique-E topical oil are used very sparingly so that they are replaced about every 2-3 months under average use.  Your actual cost will depend on how aggressively and faithfully you treat yourself for Dupuytren.”

The large treatment plan for Dupuytren’s contracture is made up of 11 different therapy items.  Some never have to be replaced (Genesen Acutouch instruments), some need to be replaced every 2-3 months (DMSO and vitamin E oil) and others need to be replaced every 3-6 weeks (Nattokinase, Fibrozym, Fundamental Sulfur, PABA, Quercetin-Bromelain)  depending on how aggressively they are used.   The various therapy items are not used up at the same time, so there is no specific answer for this question.   This is the reason we offer an fairly accurate estimate that the average person will spend approximately $95-120 keeping the plan resupplied as things are used up at different times.  Compare this to the $90-110  cost to keep the better or medium plan resupplied each month.  TRH

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3 Responses to “How long will the best or large Dupuytren treatment program last?”
  1. Tim says:

    Hello,

    How long do you estimate the large treatment will take?
    what’s your take on Dupuytren’s contracture surgery?
    Is this for the rest of my life?
    Cure?

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Tim,

    There is no way to know how long anyone will take to respond to any particular size Dupuytren’s contracture treatment plan. However, since doing this work starting in 2002 it is consistent that the larger the plan the faster and more significant the treatment results tend to be; the more you do and the better you do it, the better your outcome – like most things in life.

    Dupuytren’s contracture surgery always leads to more Dupuytren’s contracture surgery. Surgical removal of the DC nodule or cord does not solve the problem, except for a short time (a few years and sometimes less than a year) before the DC fibrous tissue reappears. The problem is that these recurrences of Dupuytren’s contracture are always worse than the original. It is far better, in my opinion, to do all that you possibly can to avoid having that first Dupuytren’s surgery. Our approach helps a significant number of Dupuytren’s contracture cases to either avoid surgery because the DC goes away with natural treatment, or delay it significantly.

    DCI treatment does not result in recurrence as best I can tell. I have not had anyone who successfully used there DCI treatment contact me later to say that their DC returned; no reports of recurrence. Most people do use all or part of their DC treatment for a few months to assure themselves it is gone and then stop treatment.

    The DCI approach is not a cure for Dupuytren’s contracture. The DCI approach only helps the body to heal to the best of its ability; sometimes it is a partial healing and sometimes it is a complete healing, but it is always the body that does the healing. TRH

  3. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Tim,

    All of your brief questions would require really long answers, If you are really interested in learning how the Dupuytren’s Contracture Institute approaches the treatment of this problem, all of the detailed information you seek is on the DCI website. For very short answers to your questions:

    The large Dupuytren’s contracture treatment plan will usually last from 4-6 weeks before some parts of will need to be replenished; about half of the large plan will never have to be replaced, or will have to be replaced in about three months.

    Dupuytren’s contracture surgery is an option that should only be used when all possible conservative treatment options have been explored and found to be lacking, as it sometimes happens. All Dupuytren’s contracture surgery has a surprising rapid recurrence rate that most surgeons downplay or fail to mention prior to surgery, leaving their patients quite disappointed that it must be done again and that they have not been cured by having the abnormal tissue removed.

    I am not sure I understand what you mean here. When you write, “Is this for the rest of my life?” I assume it means “Will I have to continue doing the DCI Alt Med treatment for the rest of my life if it actually improves or eliminates my Dupuytren’s contracture?” If so, the answer is “No, will you not have to continue the Alt Med treatment all your life.” Most people continue parts of their plans for a few months or perhaps a year after their DC is gone, and then they just stop taking the Alt Med therapies.

    No, in my opinion this is not a care for Dupuytren’s contracture in the conventional sense. These Alt Med therapies do not force the body into doing anything the body does not want to do; they do not make a cure take place; they merely support and assist the natural healing of the body; they give you the raw material to do what your body wants to do for this health problem. TRH

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