Treat Dupuytren’s disease with an endoscopic hand surgery
The percutaneous needle procedure, also known as aponeurotomy, is the most advanced, least invasive, and fastest way to treat Dupuytren’s contracture.
The procedure, which takes just a few minutes, involves a small needle to cut the nodules and cords that cause the fingers to curl into the palm.
Unlike open surgery, the percutaneous technique restores hand function immediately with minimal discomfort and recovery time.
- Local anaesthesia
- Very quick procedure
- No incision or scarring
- Quick and rapid treatment of recurring symptoms
- Immediate use of the hand
- Safe and proven – hundreds of patients treated with good results
Dr. Jean-Paul Brutus is one of very few surgeons in Canada to recommend and perform percutaneous aponeurotomy. His success rate with this technique is more than 95%.
- Immediate relief of symptoms and pain
- Minimal discomfort, low risk of complications
- Immediate recovery
- No rehabilitation required
- No post-operative care required
A DIRECT IMPACT ON YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE
- Back to work more quickly
- Rapid resumption of hobbies and sports
- Minimizes loss of income