Dupuytren’s disease is a common condition of the hand particularly affecting the older population. The cardinal presentation of Dupuytren’s disease, is a permanent digital flexion caused by the shortening, thickening and fibrosis of the palmar fascia. The fingers are drawn into the palm, preventing extension of the digits so that simple everyday tasks such as shaking hands or washing oneself become problematic. The restriction in hand function can be very debilitating for the patient and severely impact on their quality of life. There are currently several therapies available for Dupuytren’s disease that aim to improve hand function but there remains no cure and it often recurs.