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From common conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and Dupuytren's disease to problems caused by arthritis, rheumatism or injuries from falls, we offer the highest levels of care in an immaculate and modern private hospital environment led by consultant surgeons who are experts in their field.
Meet the specialists who are part of our expert team here at Spire Manchester Hospital. In addition to our experienced specialised hand and wrist consultants, we also have a hand therapist to support you throughout your journey.View our team
Our hands are vital to how we live and being able to carry out everyday tasks - from dressing and feeding ourselves to earning a living.
At Spire Manchester Hospital, we offer the latest treatments for conditions and injuries that affect the use of your hands. Our expert consultants, with the support of a dedicated hand therapist, will advise you on the best approach for you and help support you through your recovery. If surgery is required, we practice minimally invasive procedures to enable a faster recovery time. We take an integrated approach to care, so if required you have access to hand therapy and any other support you need before and after your surgery.
You will be treated quickly and effectively, by the specialist of your choice. Our surgeons are experts in their fields and many have national and international reputations for their work. Your consultant and their team will help you choose the most effective treatment and they will be there to support you every step of the way - even after your surgery. Our hand and wrist service is supported by a dedicated hand therapist, ensuring a better post-surgery functional outcome.
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