Westlake Village, CA – ZTG, a pioneer in energy medicine, presents a breakthrough in home Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment in the form of Dupuytren’s Tape. ZTG is introducing a new, natural approach for Dupuytren’s Disease that helps reduce pain, increase range of motion and reduce discomfort caused by the disease. The tape is safe to use and is free from major side-effects.
Living with Dupuytren’s Contracture is not easy. Losing the mobility of one or more fingers can render the hand less useful because of fascia thickening, curled fingers, inflamed chords and nodules. Basic activities like wearing gloves and shaking hands may become impossible to perform. This is why Dupuytren’s Tape comes to us in the form of a blessing!
What does it do? Dupuytren’s Tape provides a safe, affordable, and practical home treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture and helps save on doctors’ bills. The tape provides a gentle and consistent stretch, securing the finger in place in a flexible position. It can be worn all day and all night and encourages a better range of motion, allowing you to open and close your fingers more easily than you normally would.
While surgery of other invasive strategies may seem like the only available options for Dupuytren’s Contracture treatment, the tape battles to break that norm. Unlike surgery, there is no fear of serious complications, and the skin is left smooth rather than scarred.
It is made of strong, synthetic microfibers that act as a second skin and a non-slip adhesive providing adequate support to fingers and joints. It aids in increasing the range of motion and reducing the symptoms of Dupuytren’s Contracture.
With Dupuytren’s Tape you can save time, money and reduce discomfort. It is a simple, cost effective and easy to use alternative.
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Dupuytren's contracture is an abnormal thickening and tightening of the elastic tissue that resides underneath the skin of the hand. It is a progressive hand abnormality that can progress over time, with more frequency seen in males over the age of 50.