Hand and Wrist

The London Orthopaedic Clinic provides an excellent hand and wrist service with efficient diagnosis and treatment for all aspects of the wrist and hand. Patients can feel confident that The London Orthopaedic Clinic will offer expert opinion on all minor to complex fractures and conditions such as trigger finger and carpal tunnel. Surgical techniques such as wrist arthroscopies and the most delicate minimally invasive hand surgery are available for the best recovery.

Hand and Wrist Problems

Arthritis at the base of the thumb
Carpal tunnel syndrome
De Quervain’s tendinitis
Dislocated wrist
Dupuytren’s contracture
Fractures and joint injuries
Ganglion cysts
Mallet Finger
Repetitive motion syndrome
Rheumatoid arthritis
Schaphoid fractures
Sprained wrist
Tenosynovitis and tendonitis
Thumb arthritis
Trigger finger
Wrist tendonitis

Hand and Wrist Treatments

Carpel tunnel treatment
Fixation of scaphoid fractures
Ganglion cyst removal
Mallet Finger Joint replacement
Physiotherapy
Release deQuervains
Release Dupuytren’s
Release trigger finger
Steroid injection in the hand and wrist
Tendon transfer
Wrist arthroscopy
Wrist fixation

Get in touch with our Hand & Wrist Specialists using this online form

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