In October 2013, my little finger and thumb would come together and would need to be pulled apart.
In January 2014, bumps on the palms of my hands began to appear.
I went to a clinic and was referred to a hand surgeon who said all I could do was wait until the fingers curled up and then,
“Z” shaped incisions would cut the cords, uncurling my fingers.
Besides the hand surgery route, there is also available Needle Aponervrotomy
which uses an enzyme to dissolve the collagen of the cords and then your fingers are manually uncurled, thus snapping the cords.
I searched the net, discovered radiation treatment and saw that it was available
at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Ontario.
I asked the clinic to request an assessment.
July 2014, I was off to 610 University Ave to see Dr. Peter Chung, Princess Margaret Cancer Center for a consult.
Web Site Design by
Mike Woodley © 2014 - 2017