We assess and treat all problems of the hand and wrist. 


Hand injuries can range from inconvenient to life changing. Fractures can often be treated with splinting and hand therapy but often benefit from surgical correction.  Tendon and nerve injuries in the hands need prompt surgical repair to preserve function. The best results come with good aftercare and we work closely with hand therapists to ensure an optimal outcome.

Some long term outcomes of hand trauma can have a huge impact on quality of life.  We treat problems such as fracture non-union or malunion (poor position of the bone after a fracture);  tendon adherence and joint stiffness, as well as nerve injury and neuromas.

Elective Hand Conditions

Some of the more common hand conditions we treat are Dupuytren’s contracture, trigger finger, and tendonitis.  These conditions can limit the function of the hands and can be treated with a range of surgical and non-surgical  treatments,


Joint disease in the hands, either from degenerative arthritis or an inflammatory condition like Rheumatoid, can be very disabling.  There are a range of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical that can remove pain, and improve function.


One in a thousand children has some form of hand difference, ranging from a subtle shortening or bending of some digits to extra fingers, fusion of digits or complete hand absence.  The treatment of these conditions is highly specialised and should be supervised by a hand surgeon with a special interest in field.