Hand and wrist clinic
We provide a consultant-led service to diagnose and treat all conditions affecting the hand and wrist, and work closely with our hand therapy colleagues to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.
We offer a multidisciplinary hand service with specialist surgeons, therapists and specialist diagnostics, such as MRI and CT scans.
We also run a separate children’s hand service.
Conditions and treatments
There are numerous conditions in the hand and wrist that we treat. These include arthritis, Dupuytren’s disease, lumps or masses in the hand, nerve problems, hand and wrist injuries and general pain.
These conditions can have a major impact on an individual’s ability to carry out normal daily activities, from writing to opening doors. Our team aims to return the individual to their previous level of function to allow them to live their lives to the full.
The team has particular expertise in rheumatoid hand surgery, hand reconstruction after trauma, and peripheral nerve and wrist surgery; and runs separate carpal tunnel and trigger finger clinics.
We also have a strong academic record in hand surgery and use new techniques, such as Xiapex injections for Dupuytren’s disease.
Further online resources
- Outpatients appointments
- 020 3313 5000
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