Hear the stories of patients

If you have Dupuytren’s disease it’s not unusual to feel that your finger is constantly in the way. Everyday tasks such as driving a car, washing or shaving, tie a tie, button a shirt – even social gestures as shaking hands – might become a struggle. In the videos below you can hear five Dupuytren's patients talk about just that, their day-to-day experience with bent fingers.1,2

 

 

Patient stories

Hear the stories of patients

If you have Dupuytren’s disease it’s not unusual to feel that your finger is constantly in the way. Everyday tasks such as driving a car, washing or shaving, tie a tie, button a shirt – even social gestures as shaking hands – might become a struggle. In the videos below you can hear five Dupuytren's patients talk about just that, their day-to-day experience with bent fingers.1,2