Do I need to apply Super CP Serum in my Dupuytrens treatment plan?

I have received my medium pack for Dupuytren’s contracture treatment.  On reading the instructions I find that I need to apply a copper solution (Super CP Serum) which I have not received.

I have the Unique-E vitamin E pump bottle and the Dusa Sal DMSO gel.

Are those two products all I need to put on my hands, or do I also need the Super CP Serum?

Thank you,  Heathervyle

Greetings Heathervyle 

The DCI medium plan does not include the copper solution, Super CP Serum.  The DCI medium plan consists of nine separate items, two of which are topical applications – Dusa Sal DMSO gel and Unique-E vitamin E in a pump bottle. 

There is a third topical therapy product you could use, the Super CP Serum which is a copper peptide solution.  It is a good therapy to use, if you decide to do so. Super CP Serum is not part of the DCI medium plan, and that is why you did not receive it. However, Super CP Serum is part of the DCI large plan.

The DCI concept of treating Dupuytren’s contracture is that this is a very difficult and stubborn problem to treat successfully.  For this reason I advise everyone to be as aggressive and complete as they possibly can for at least 3-4 months to attempt to enable the tissue to heal the fibrous tissue of the hands. My experience is that the average person treating Dupuytrens will take 2-3 months to use one bottle of Super CP Serum.  Since this product costs $23 for a bottle, I judge this to be a rather good value and low cost for almost three months of treatment.   I do not take the position of telling anyone what kind of therapy to use.  And I cannot tell you that you need to use Super CP Serum.  But I will tell you that those people who widely diversify their treatment and use multiple therapies tend to get better results than those whose treatment plans tend toward the small side.  The more you do to treat your Dupuytrens contracture the better the results tend to be. 

If you decide you wish to add the Super CP Serum to your therapy plan you can order it separately.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions about your therapy plan as you progress in your treatment.   TRH

2 thoughts on “Do I need to apply Super CP Serum in my Dupuytrens treatment plan?

  1. JD Anderson says:

    This Dupuytren’s contracture therapy works. I have plantar fibromas on my feet (one on left foot and one on right)…All started about 2009, when I was 48 years old at the time. I was none too happy as disease continued to slowly, progressively move forward. Lumps on feet got bigger more irritating. Then about 2010-2011 the Dupuytren’s contracture came into right hand and then the left. I was discouraged and disheartened.! I had even tried surgery on my left foot (excision) only to have a lump come back in only three months!

    Fast forward to late 2015 (October 15th to be exact). I started reading about systemic enzyme therapy. Also about better diet and healthier living. The human species has been around for 150,000 thousand+ years. If something is going wrong in the body, it is because the body is not getting what it needs through diet and exercise. Here we are in May 2017. Truly only 18 months since I got serious with my enzyme therapy and only 3 months since I incorporated MSM (sulfur and magnesium) into my diet. Also only 3 months since externally using DMSO and Super CP Serum into my program.

    It took 8 years for my plantar fibromas and 5-6 years for my Dupuytren’s contracture to develop in hands and progressively worsen. In only 18 months I have reversed the worst of both diseases. I have beaten back this insidious disease. I fully expect to have both my fibromas and the Dupuytrens disease to completely resolve in another 6 months to a year of this therapy. Considering I have been dealing with both for almost 7-8 years…not too bad! In only 18 months, I have almost completely resolved years worth of collagen and cord progression. (I have also majorly changed my diet to included fresh (living) food with enzymes).

    I am 56 years old and have never felt better. AMEN!

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings and congratulations, JD, on a job well done with your Dupuytren’s contracture and foot fibromas (Ledderhose disease). Thank you for the report and testimonial.

    Just a few thoughts for everyone to consider: It is a very important to point out to all readers that even though this person’s left foot was operated upon for Ledderhose disease, the DCI Alt Med program was able to stimulate a recovery and improvement. Too many think that if they had surgery for Ledderhose disease or Dupuytren’s contracture they cannot respond later to conservative Alt Med treatment. This is not true. Natural recovery might take longer, but it is still possible to respond.

    Just as your Ledderhose disease fibrous lumps returned to your let foot three months after surgery, Dupuytren’s contracture also returns post-surgery. For some the speed of recurrence might be a bit slower, but it always returns and always more intense than the original degree. Peyronie’s disease is the same. This is why Alt Med should be tried first before surgical fibroma removal.

    Your last name suggests you have a genetic or hereditary predisposition to Dupuytren’s contracture and Ledderhose disease. Anyone who has had one or two of these problems is susceptible for the third – Peyronie’s disease. Be forewarned. PD is a terrible problem to live with. Please read the PDI website information to learn the reasonable steps a man can take to avoid Peyronie’s disease.

    I get Dupuytren’s contracture success stories like yours every week. Each one of them I warn to be careful of over-confidence and becoming lax with your program. Continue to do what you have done for the success you have earned. If your recovery slows or stops please contact me directly for help to get your Ledderhose disease and Dupuytren’s contracture improvement back on track. Please tell others about how you beat your foot and hand problems. TRH

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