Hand and wrist conditions

Our specialists are leaders in the treatment and management of hand and wrist conditions. Specialising in the minimally invasive arthroscopic treatment of injuries, they can help musicians and performing artists, as well as amateur and professional sportsmen and women, return to fitness as quickly as possible.

Surgeons at the Fortius Clinic are recognised at a national level as trainers and keep abreast of the latest developments by

Our specialists are leaders in the treatment and management of hand and wrist conditions. Specialising in the minimally invasive arthroscopic treatment of injuries, they can help musicians and performing artists, as well as amateur and professional sportsmen and women, return to fitness as quickly as possible.

Surgeons at the Fortius Clinic are recognised at a national level as trainers and keep abreast of the latest developments by working closely with the companies that design and produce implants used in this field.

With particular expertise in the management of scaphoid fractures and tendon injuries, our aim is to help you return to your usual activities as quickly as possible using targeted rehabilitation programmes.

Dedicated hand therapists are also available to support our patients in their recovery, using the latest technology and custom-made devices (orthotics) to aid healing and recovery.

Important

This information is only a guideline to help you understand your treatment and what to expect. Everyone is different and your rehabilitation may be quicker or slower than other people’s. Please contact us for advice if you’re worried about any aspect of your health or recovery

Capable of producing the most sublime sounds, a musician’s hands are also susceptible to a great deal of strain and pain, largely due to the repetitive stress that is placed on certain muscles or tendons depending on the demands of their particular instrument.
Arthroscopy allows surgeons to use a type of keyhole surgery to diagnose and treat joint problems.
Joint replacement is less common in the wrist than in other joints such as the knee or hip
At Fortius we have expert consultants in sports and exercise medicine who are at the forefront of their fields in providing expert care for athletes.