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Hand & Wrist

Hand & Wrist

London Bridge Orthopaedics offers fast, convenient and high quality treatment for all patients with hand and wrist problems, in a clean, private environment. Our leading central London teaching hospital orthopaedic specialists use advanced diagnostic technology and clinical expertise to effectively treat your hand and wrist problems. The following pages present a general guide to hand and wrist problems. Contact us for more details about how we can help you.

Hand & Wrist Symptoms

Common symptoms of Hand & Wrist problems include:

  • Hand or wrist pain
  • Lumps and bumps
  • Numbness or tingling fingers
  • Limited flexibility and motion
  • Cracking or popping joints

Hand & Wrist Problems

The most common Hand & Wrist problems are:

  • Fractures and joint injuries
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tenosynovitis and tendonitis
  • Dupuytren’s contracture
  • Ganglions
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Thumb arthritis
  • Trigger finger

Hand & Wrist Treatments

  • Ganglion cyst removal
  • Release deQuervains
  • Release Dupuytren’s
  • Tendon transfer
  • Joint replacement
  • Wrist fixation
  • Wrist arthroscopy
  • Release trigger finger
  • Physiotherapy

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Book your Hand & Wrist consultation with us

Our team of leading orthopaedic surgeons will help return you to a pain-free life. Whether you’ve fractured your wrist, injured it playing sport, or suffer from rheumatoid arthritis you can be assured of the highest standard of care.

Your consultant will actively involve you in the decision-making process, ensuring we minimise the use of surgical intervention.

If you would like to arrange an appointment, video or telephone consultation, get in touch.

Making an appointment with London Bridge Orthopaedics

We will need to take your personal details to book the appointment and understand whether you are an insured, self-pay or an international patient.

For most procedures at London Bridge Orthopaedics, you will need to ask your GP or local doctor to refer you to one of our Consultants. They will then give you a card to contact our GP Liaison Department to book your consultation. Read more about booking appointments with us.


Find out what our patients have to say about us


Find out what our patients have to say about us

Mr Gidwani
“I consider myself very fortunate to have had Mr Gidwani as my consultant. He is a highly professional surgeon who always makes you feel comfortable whenever you are discussing your surgery. He is informative and helpful with a very pleasant manner.”

Mr Singh
“5 stars to Mr Singh. He has done a wonderful job! He is very thorough in his explanations of the op and recovery. All served up with a sprinkling of humour.”

Mr Owen-Johnstone
“I have always found Mr Simon Owen Johnstone, very helpful not rushed, caring. Good at explaining my situation.”

Mr Klinke
“I always find Martin supremely professional and knowledgeable in his field. He is thorough, knows my history and is able to give sound advice, and reassurance. I always feel encouraged after seeing Martin. Thank you.”

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