Live Webinar! Dupuytren’s Contracture – Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment Options
Tuesday, Apr 27, 2021
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Dupuytren’s contracture can interfere with hand function, making it difficult to perform daily activities. When this occurs, there are nonsurgical and surgical treatment options available to help slow the progression of the disease and improve motion in the fingers. Patients from around the country have sought after hand and upper extremity specialist, Dr. James Verheyden, for his specific approach to treating this condition. In this live webinar, Dr. Verheyden will address this painful condition and how his nonsurgical treatment technique achieves effective symptom relief. Get your questions about Dupuytren’s answered by Dr. Verheyden during the live Q&A!
Topics of Discussion Include:
+ Understanding Dupuytren’s Disease
+ Causes, Risk Factors, and Symptoms
+ Successful Treatment Options
+ Live Q&A
About The Speaker:
Dr. Verheyden is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon, specializing in elbow, hand, shoulder, wrist, and trauma and fracture care. He joined The Center’s orthopedic team in 2003. He provides comprehensive treatment, including advanced surgical procedures and techniques designed to avoid surgery. Dr. Verheyden has done extensive research during his career to improve outcomes for his patients and advance medical knowledge, presenting his findings regionally and nationally in New York, California, Boston, Chicago, and Las Vegas. Most recently he has focused on research for Dupuytren’s contracture; his patients have traveled from as far as Hawaii, Alaska, and Florida to seek nonsurgical Xiaflex collagenase injection solutions for this condition. In addition, Dr. Verheyden has authored many peer-reviewed publications and several book chapters.