DCI Store – existing customer

External Therapy

EZDtox Cream – EDTA – for Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment
EZDtox Cream – EDTA detox for Dupuytren’s contracture treatment. Handy 4 oz jar lasts one month. Favorite external DCI therapy of many. Apply EZDtox Cream directly around the DC palm lump and finger cord . . . Read more
DMSO – DusaSal – for Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment
Topical or external application for Peyronie’s Disease treatment. DMSO has been long known for its own therapeutic ability to soften dense scar tissue, so it is a logical part of any treatment plan. Most all men use PMD-DMSO . . . Read more
DMSO – PMD DMSO Gel -for Dupuytren’s disease treatment
Topical or external application for Peyronie’s Disease treatment. DMSO has been long known for its own therapeutic ability to soften dense scar tissue, so it is a logical part of any treatment plan. Most all men use PMD-DMSO . . . Read more
Vitamin E: Unique-E Oil – 1 oz pump bottle
This is a hugely popular product that because it is effective and is one of the least expensive therapies. A bottle of Unique-E oil in the one ounce bottle will last about three months when used as directed . . . Read more
Super CP Serum
Almost everyone who uses DMSO in treatment of PD also uses Super CP Serum because of the wonderful healing effects of copper peptides on scar tissue. A bottle will easily last for 2-3 months, making it a good . . . Read more
Genesen Acutouch Pointers
Professional model non-needle acupuncture instrument is used following the specific directions that come with each unit for applying to the area of the PD scar tissue. Increase your results by providing yourself daily . . . Read more
3MHz Ultrasound Machine
3MHz Ultrasound therapy machine – complete instructions for treating Peyronie’s disease with each unit. This is the ideal ultrasound frequency for treating Peyronie’s disease . . . Read more

$160.00 110V – US | $160.00 230V – International

Support Therapy


Acetyl-L-carnitine is one of the all-star products that we use, based on how many men re-order this product in so many Peyronie’s disease treatment plans. Two large scientific studies show that the effects of using carnitine to . . . Read more


The use of L-arginine for Peyronie’s disease has been a relatively recent discovery.  More and more I hear from men whose doctors encourage the use of L-arginine use for PD because of the encouraging research . . . . Read more

CoEnzyme Q10 – Ubiquinol-QH

Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally occurring vitamin-like substance and anti-oxidant stored throughout the body in all cell membranes.  Coenzyme Q10 for treatment of PD has gained popularity since . . . Read more

MSM + Vitamin C – Fundamental Sulfur

Very popular and used in almost all plans. Alters the cross-linking process in collagen, thus reducing scar tissue, and makes scar tissue more flexible and soft. The only product PDI has found to contain . . . Read more

Quell (EPA and DHA)

Combines the benefits of all natural omega-3 fatty acids, natural tocopherols plus tocotrienols and CoQ10 in their most bio-available form… . . . Read more


Consider adding this product because it is most popular because of its anti-fibrotic (anti-scar) effect in the body, and it is an economical addition to the therapy line-up. Many research studies support the use of PABA . . . Read more
Quercetin and Bromelain work together to support the structural integrity of the collagen (scar) network when it is weakened, leading to reduction of excess scar tissue. Another very popular therapy product, one . . . Read more
Scar Free
This is a special homeopathic formulation that is ideal for treatment of  Dupuytren’s contracture with palm nodule and finger cord development, and the reduced finger movement that results, or for those people . . . Read more

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ScarStat is the primary homeopathic therapy used in all three PDI treatment plans. ScarStat is formulated to reduce scar tissue, especially old scars and keloids, as well as relieve scar tissue discomfort. Detailed instructions for using ScarStat come with each order. Read more
Scars-Adhesions  —  Do not order during hard freezing weather; glass bottle can break.   Order “Scar Free” instead, it comes in non-breakable plastic bottle.   
“Scars-Adhesions” is a non-alcohol based homeopathic product that is specifically formulated to give relief to scars and fibrous tissue build-up, hence its value in treatment of Dupuytren’s contracture.  Once or twice a day . . . Read more

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Systemic enzymes
17 published studies in Japan and in the U.S. show that nattokinase has the potential to take care of the scar in its early stages of Peyronie’s disease development. Everyone wants a pure, potent source of nattokinase . . . Read more

Very popular and useful. Contains Serrapeptase, Bromelain and Papain – a powerful enzyme trio that is especially beneficial for reduction of fibrous scar tissue. Comprised of a hypo-allergenic, high-purity strain . . .Read more

Fibrozym 100 (100 capsules)

$38.00Add to cart

Fibrozym 200 (200 capsules)

$68.00Add to cart

Inflamazyme – contains nattokinase, serrapeptase and bromelain

This ONE product replaces TWO products – Nattokinase 1500 and Fibrozym – in the DCI lineup. This means greater economy and fewer pills to take. Inflamazyme contains high potency nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and other proteolytic enzymes that eliminate fibrous Dupuytren’s contracture structures. . .Read more

Neprinol NEPRINOL® AFD has it all (serrapeptase, nattokinase, bromelain, papain, and co-enzyme Q), in a convenient highly concentrated all vegetarian enzyme blend capsule. It is by far the most popular of the enzyme . . . Read more

Neprinol (90 capsules):

$79.99Add to cart

Neprinol (300 capsules):

$144.99Add to cart

Serretia – Serrapeptase concentrate (90)
Serretia is a powerhouse source of serrapeptase that supplies more of this fibrous tissue destroying enzyme − 250,000 SPUs per capsule! − than any other enzyme product made today. . . . Read more

$55.99Add to cart

Bromelain 5000 (60 capsules)
Of special interest to those with Peyronie’s disease, bromelain is sometimes used because it is very effective to debride (remove dead and damaged tissue) from third-degree burns and frostbite injuries. In this way it breaks . . . Read more
Vitamin E
Vitamin E: Unique-E (180 capsules)
Many consider this to be the best of all the vitamin E products available anywhere. Proven quality and integrity in countless research studies and clinical trials. There are only two vitamin E products to meet the high . . . Read more

Dupuytren’s Treatment Plans
Dupuytren’s Disease Treatment Plan – Large (Best)
This is our most complete and well-balanced Peyronie’s disease treatment plan, the one that gets fastest results, because it is widely diversified. Ideal for those men with a more severe case of PD, or who have not responded to prior . . . . Read more
Dupuytren’s Disease Treatment Plan – Medium (Better)
This is our most popular Peyronie’s disease treatment plan, and is appropriate for a man in any age group, especially for those who have had PD for 12-24 months. It is suited for all severity levels of PD because it has a wide variety . . . . Read more
Dupuytren’s Disease Treatment Plan – Small (Good)
This is a great way to start Peyronie’s disease treatment if you feel that your condition is not severe, or if you have had PD for less than 12 months, or if you are under 25 years of age, and yet you want a well-designed plan. The small . . . . Read more
Other Products and Resources
Phone Consult with Dr. Herazy … $25/15 minutes
Ask questions about your Peyronie’s problem during a private one-on-one telephone discussion with Dr. Herazy – get his opinions about what you can do for better results . . . Read more
Dupuytren Hand Caliper
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Premiere Greens Multi – SuperFood Drink . . . Read more

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6 thoughts on “DCI Store – existing customer

  1. 88TRH88 says:

    Greetings Pat,

    There are two basic discount codes that we use here at DCI:

    TRH10 – type this into the discount code box when the order total is $200 or more, to receive a $10 discount off your order.

    Neprinol – type this into the discount code box for the 300 count bottle of Neprinol to receive a $10 discount off the cost of that bottle of Neprinol.

    Thanks for the question. TRH

  2. Pat says:

    Your ASK DR HERAZY navigation button doesn’t work.
    What are your credentials? Are you a MD doctor?

  3. 88TRH88 says:

    Greetings Pat,

    So sorry. My web designer fixed the link button problem, and should work well now.

    As I have mentioned many times throughout this website, I am a retired chiropractor, DC, with 42 years active experience. In addition, I was a licensed acupuncturist who taught for many years at the post-graduate level. When I developed Peyronie’s disease in 2002 I was working with three MDs in a large medical clinic where I practiced acupuncture. The four of us created and perfected a unique and intense Alt Med treatment protocol for me. This aggressive treatment concept was successful in eliminating my PD. After the clinic closed upon the death of two of the MDs, I retired. I busied myself with this online website to tell the world how to treat Peyronie’s disease as I did to help the body heal itself.

    Many men who have Peyronie’s disease also have Dupuytren’s contracture. Therefore, it wasn’t long before PDI began to receive reports of how their DC was also improving even though it was not being treated directly or intentionally. Since a good part of PD treatment is internal and systemic it is easy to understand how the two conditions would benefit. A year or two later I began Dupuytren’s Contracture Institute to study and treat the problem directly.

    Over the years DCI and PDI receive reports of 8-10 reports of moderate to marked improvement of both conditions, for every one report of failure, since the two problems are similar in so many ways. Hope this information helps you. Hope this information helps you. TRH

  4. Ian Swarbrick says:

    I have early stage Dupuytren`s in my right palm. My question is about your $160 ultrasound device. Most ultrasound devices are ten times this price and the instrument applied to the affected body part is attached to some control unit (showing my ignorance here). What explains the price difference? Thanks. Ian

  5. Dr. Herazy says:

    Greetings Ian,

    Great question; smart question. I’ve been waiting for someone to ask that one for a while now. Thanks.

    The cost of our little powerhouse HS-3040 ultrasound is $160.00 for several reasons that are undeniable:

    1. First and foremost, you must be careful that you do not compare apples and oranges. There are different fundamental kinds of ultrasound machines. There are those that are built for rough and intense hospital and clinic use that weigh 20 pounds, to well over 75 pounds. Most of that size and weight has to do with protection of the components, and the fact that they are in rather constant commercial use. They are used by different people, none of whom own the machine. In addition, these larger machines are often multi-functional, so they can be used for more than ultrasound, again making them larger, heavier and more expensive to purchase. They are often purchased by a multi-billion dollar corporation where money is abundant. In that framework they are priced not by what they cost to manufacture. They are priced based on the money they can generate. If a machine can bring in, let’s say, $2,000 a day seven days a week, is it expensive if it can be purchased for $20K, but costs $150 to build? Would you care if the machine costs $30K, 40K? Probably not. Heck, you would buy an extra one just to have it around in case of a breakdown so the income would not be interrupted. Next, there are those small portable ultrasound machines designed and built for an entirely different market — the private use market. These can weigh less than a pound because they will not be thrown around or abused. They are purchased by the person who will use it, as a direct out-of-pocket expense. So cost is a critical factor. The small units are usually used by only one person — the person who bought it — for only one purpose, and for one condition, maybe two. These little machines do not generate any income — but they do save on time, inconvenience and personal out-of-pocket expense — although their value is seldom appreciated in that way. Additionally, because it is an ultrasound machine used by one individual, these units are designed and built to be used a few times a week, at most. All these factors keep the expense of these small units down. We stand by the safety, dependability and practicality of our little 3MHz ultrasound machines because they deliver as promised specifically for self-care for Dupuytren’s contracture.

    2. Anything related to health care costs more simply because it is related to health care. This is a complicated issue involving government oversight, various professional, governmental and private regulating agencies, the tendency of insurance reimbursement to drive up even equipment costs, and probably most of all, the way malpractice attorneys and insurance companies influence the cost of anything they get involved in. If you are building any piece of equipment that will eventually be involved in a malpractice claim sometime in the future, you would be wise to put some of that cost into what you charge for that machine.

    3. Prices are high when something comes on the market, and slowly go down over the years. This price reduction is based on several factors, but mostly it is due to competition. When I bought my kids the first computer for the house, perhaps 40 years ago, it was maybe $4000-$5,000, I forget. A brand-new Model T Ford in 1908 was $825, when that represented about two years income for an average American worker. The last monster-function computer I bought at Costco was $400. And, you can get a pretty nice car for maybe six months wages of an average American worker. Thus, the costs of ultrasound machines have declined over the years for comparable products, for no other reason than they are no longer new to the market.

    4. Improved engineering occurs as a product is made over and over, usually reducing size and cost of the product. In the mid-1980s a portable phone was the size of a shoebox, had a 12-inch antenna and worked only sometimes. Today, our cellphones are a combination computer and television. They could be made even smaller, but that would cause problems of being too small to handle so they keep them this size to fit your fingertips. Thus, the costs of ultrasound machines have declined over the years for comparable products, for no other reason than they are smaller and better designed and engineered than earlier models.

    Ian, this HS-3040 ultrasound is a reliable and durable powerhouse we have sold for over 12 years. DCI continues to offer this unit because it gives our customers and us almost no trouble. It is supported by a company that gives us fast service when the occasional problem arises, or when someone drops a unit on a hard bathroom floor.

    I appreciate your question about cost of our US device, but I hope you are more interested in getting rid of your Dupuytren contracture. There is a whole lot more to be said about that. Let me know if you have more questions. TRH

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