Dupuytrens Disease: Advances and Updates in Treatment

Dupuytrens Disease: Advances and Updates in Treatment

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AOTA: Domain of OT, OTP,
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CA Advanced Hand 40-H79 3.5hrs

AOTA approved provider movie .35 CEU (3.5 contact hour) and NBCOT® (4.25 PDUs). This is an intermediate course that teaches the clinician about new surgical and therapeutic interventions. This course features an educational session with Dr. Eaton founder of https://dupuytrens.org/

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Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process

AOTA approved provider movie .35 CEU (3.5 contact hour) and NBCOT® (4.25 PDUs). This is an intermediate course. This course features an interview educational session with Dr. Eaton. Various surgical interventions are discussed in detail. Instructional methods include lecture, PowerPoint, video, instructor demonstration, and 47 page manual. Learn new surgical and therapeutic techniques, orthotic approaches and pearls from experts. Mixed level movie class. Upon Successful completion of the examination (80%) your certificate will be sent via email.


  • Recognize how to examine patients with Dupuytrens Disease (DD) for pre and post-operatively
  • Identify different surgical treatment options for Dupuytrens patients
  • Determine how to treat Dupuytrens Disease post-operatively
  • Identify orthotic options for post-op Dupuytrens release
  • Become familiar with current and future options for DD
  • Recognize post-operative complications and options for intervention


    • Introduction to Dupuytren’s Disease (DD)
      • Facts and Fiction aspects relating to DD
      • Cellular activity associated with DD
      • Clinical manifestations
      • Pre-op evaluation
    • Various Surgical Interventions
      • Enzymatic (collagenase)
      • Needle fasciotomy
      • Fascietomy (various types)
      • Risk comparisons
    • Therapy interventions for various surgical interventions
      • Orthosis and orthotic research
      • No-tension orthosis concept
      • ROM, strengthening, ADLs, Wound care
      • Greater Imagery Program introduction (mirror therapy)
    • Fantastic “round table” discussion/interview with Charles Eaton, MD P.A.
    • Research discussed throughout the course


Nancy Falkenstein, OTR/L, CHT received her degree in Occupational Therapy from Medical University of South Carolina in 1990 and her Certification in Hand Therapy in 1996. Prio to receiving her degree she served in the US Navy as a Religious Program Specialist. . Nancy is an international speaker on hand and upper extremity pathologies.

2 reviews for Dupuytrens Disease: Advances and Updates in Treatment

  1. Anonymous

    awesome course! Thanks so much.

  2. Anonymous

    I found the course very useful. I would definately utilize your organization again and recommend it to coworkers.

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