Many procedures are available to treat the stiffness, pain and weakness that can occur with arthritic conditions in the wrist.
London Hand Specialists
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Mr Matthew James FRCS (plast) Guys and St Thomas' Hospital NHS trust
Mr Bran Sivakumar FRCS(plast) The Royal free Hospital NHS
Great Ormund Street Hospital.
We will provide the highest quality standards of hand wrist and forearm surgery.
Using only the most modern equipment and facilities to deliver high quality surgery.
With regular surgical outcome audit to maintain the highest standards of practice.
Rehabilitating with dedicated specialised hand therapists to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Our aim is to treat our patients with respect and dignity and provide a relaxed environment at what is often a very stressful time.
Mr Matt James FRCS (plastics)
has been dedicated to the restoration of function in complex and simple problems involving the hand wrist and peripheral nerves.
He has 15 years experience of hand wrist and forearm surgery.
Mr Bran Sivakumar FRCS(plastics)
is and expert in hand trauma and children hand surgery including complex congenital anomolies.
Bran works at the Royal Free and Great Ormund Street hospitals.
Our surgeons also have a very busy elective hand surgery practice and complex cases are discussed within our group.
Our surgeons have several years experience in dealing with not only the simpler day to day injuries but also the most complex upper limb injuries.
When combined orthopaedic and microsurgical skills are often required.
This combination of orthopaedic and plastic surgical skills is essential to ensure
the most sensible and pragmatic approach to the most complex and devastating cases giving the best hope of restoring limb function.
A world-class team of highly specialised Hand Rehabilitation Therapists work closely along side the surgeons..
WHY HAND SURGERY?
The bones, ligaments, tendons or nerves of your hand may have been injured during an accident.
You may suffer with pain, stiffness, a contracture or numbness in your hand caused by arthritis or other conditions.
You may have a birth defect or growth on the hand.
The contents on this site is for information only, and is not meant to substitute the advice of your own physician or other medical professional.
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