Wrist and Fingers

Fractures

Fracture of the distal radius are common. Many of these will heal well without surgery, however for some patients surgery is advisable. Our team can also advise you of the best rehabilitation options to get you back to being you.

Finger fractures are the most common fracture that present to accident and emergency departments and our expert team can advise on the best treatment options and whether or not further interventions are needed.

Tendons

Thickening and swelling of tendon sheaths and surrounding tissues can cause pain and deformity of the fingers. Early stages of the condition do not require intervention, but as the condition progresses, bracing and surgical release are often required.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Pressure on the median nerve as it travels through the wrist causes pain, numbness and tingling in the hand. Surgery to relieve the pressure can be performed as a day case under local anaesthetic.

Hand Reaching Out