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Hand Surgery

 

 

CARPAL TUNNEL SURGERY

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common problem causing pain, numbness, pins and needles and sometimes weakness in the hands because of pressure on the Median nerve at the wrist. This can be treated with splints, steroid injections (the effect is usually temporary) and surgery (for cure) - a quick operation (3 minutes) under local anaesthesia.  The symptoms often start improving the same day, but can take a few weeks or months. Healing takes 10-14 days. The cost for the surgery starts from £1000, the injection from £200. 
 
 

DUPUYTREN'S DISEASE

This is a common genetic condition that may form a band under the skin causing the fingers to gradually curl towards the palm. There are a number of treatment options including releasing the bend with a needle (needle fasciotomy or aponeurotomy), an injection treatment (Xiapex) or surgery, usually under local anaesthesia. At the consultation, after examining your hand, I will explain in details about the different treatment options and discuss the best options for you. The cost for the surgery starts from £500.

 

Needle fasciotomy is a quick, clinic-base procedure that is suitable for many of patients with good results and quick recovery. I have been practising this technique for many years and the patients invariably have been very pleased with the results. The cost for this starts from £250

 

TRIGGER FINGER

Trigger finger is relatively common and results in fingers clicking or locking, often painfully when you try to bend the finger. This is caused by inflammation in the lining of the tendons that bend your fingers which become lumpy and get stuck under tight structures (called pulleys) during movement.

 

This can be treated easily with steroid injections (the effect may be temporary) and surgery - a quick (3 minutes) curative procedure under local anaesthesia. The surgery costs from £1000, the injection from £200

 

 

GANGLION

Ganglions are quite common - these are lumps that appear at the back or front of the wrists, near the nails at the fingertips or on the palm side of fingers. They can be painful or unsightly. These can be treated by a small operation under local anaesthesia. The surgery costs from £1000. 

 

 

DE QUERVAIN'S DISEASE

This is a common and very painful condition affecting the wrist area. The cause is inflammation in the lining of the tendons that help move the thumb out. This can be treated easily with steroid injections (the effect may be temporary) and surgery - a quick curative procedure (takes 3 minutes) under local anaesthesia. The surgery costs from £1000, the injection from £200. 

 

I offer the full range of routine hand surgery and also treat many hand injuries in my clinics - please enquire. I am registered with all major medical insurance providers (BUPA, Aviva etc.) if you have private medical insurance and need treatment, please call us with your membership number and pre-authorisation code.

 

 

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