Carpal tunnel syndrome surgery at Spire Regency Hospital Macclesfield

Inclusive treatment and care from £2,040

At Spire Regency Hospital, we use clinically proven techniques for carpal tunnel release surgery. The surgery eases the pain and numbness in your hand that’s caused by carpal tunnel syndrome.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by swelling in your wrist which puts pressure on your median nerve. During surgery, your surgeon will cut the ligament that runs across the front of your wrist bones to relieve the pressure.

Sometimes also called

  • Carpal tunnel decompression
  • Carpal tunnel release

At a glance

  • Typical hospital stay
    Same day discharge

  • Procedure duration
    20 minutes

  • Type of anaesthetic
    Local

  • Available to self-pay?
    Yes

  • Covered by health insurance?
    Yes

Why Spire?

  • Fast access to a wide range of treatments
  • Internationally and nationally renowned consultants
  • Clear, inclusive pricing
  • Rated 'Good' by the Care Quality Commission

Carpal tunnel surgery: what to expect at Spire Regency

Spire Regency takes pride in providing a high standard of care and some of the latest medical technology for our patients across South Manchester, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Greater Manchester. We have dedicated surgeons who are highly experienced in carpal tunnel release techniques. You can expect to receive fast diagnosis and expert treatment, with personalised aftercare that will help you get back to your normal routine as quickly as possible.

How much does Carpal tunnel syndrome surgery cost at Spire Regency Hospital Macclesfield

A carpal tunnel syndrome procedure is available from £2,040.

It’s a common procedure to have done privately, and our inclusive prices and access to payment plans make it easy and more affordable, even if you don’t have medical insurance.

You can trust Spire Regency Hospital Macclesfield to provide you with a single, fixed price1 so there are no surprises. And, through our carefully chosen partner2 you can even be considered for interest free finance.
1Important: Please read Spire Healthcare's terms and conditions for full details of what’s included and excluded in your fixed price* when paying for yourself. 2 Spire Healthcare Limited is acting as a credit broker to Zebra Health Finance Limited. Company No. 09406708. Registered at 1 Worsley Court, High Street, Worsley, Manchester, M28 3NJ. www.zebrahealthfinance.com Zebra Health Finance Limited is a appointed representative of Chrysalis Finance Limited and Shawbrook Bank Limited is the lender. Spire Healthcare Ltd does not receive payment for arranging credit. All parties named here are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Credit acceptance is subject to application and status. Terms and conditions apply.

 

Procedures offered for carpal tunnel surgery at Spire Regency

At Spire Regency, our consultants have extensive experience of performing carpal tunnel release surgery in our clean, modern facilities.

Our consultants typically offer open release surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome. During surgery, your consultant will make an incision (cut) so they can see inside your wrist and cut the transverse carpal ligament.

Preparing for carpal tunnel surgery at Spire Regency

Getting here

We're located just five minutes away from Macclesfield town centre and Macclesfield station.

We also have free on-site parking available for you and your visitors.

Your consultations

One of our experienced surgeons will be able to offer you an initial consultation usually within a few days of your enquiry. All your consultations will take place in a private room.

Your surgeon will:

  • Ask about your medical history and symptoms
  • Examine your hand and wrist and advise on any further tests you may need such as a nerve conduction test or an ultrasound scan
  • Suggest other treatments to try before surgery such as painkillers or wrist splints
  • Explain in more detail about the procedure and anaesthetic – this is usually local anaesthesia, when you’re awake but can’t feel anything in your wrist and hand
  • Tell you about potential complications and risks and how they may affect you
  • Give you a chance to ask any questions you have about your treatment and aftercare

Carpal tunnel surgery: your procedure

Before you go ahead with the operation, you’ll need to have a pre-operative assessment. You’ll be able to go home on the same day of your operation. Here’s what to expect after you arrive:

  • You’ll meet your surgical team and anaesthetist
  • You’ll be given a local anaesthetic, so you’ll stay awake but won’t be able to feel anything in your wrist or hand
  • Your surgeon will make an incision then carry out the operation to cut your ligament, which sits across the front of your wrist, using the technique you agreed previously
  • Your operation will take around 20 minutes, however, you'll be in hospital until you're recovered and well enough to return home

Carpal tunnel surgery: your recovery

Everyone’s different, so how long it takes to recover from your surgery will depend on your general health and how severe your carpal tunnel syndrome is.

Your consultant will be able to tell you more about your expected recovery, but here’s a typical recovery timeline for carpal tunnel surgery:

Treatment and recovery timeline

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Same day

Leave hospital

1-2 days

Able to wriggle fingers

3-14 days

Stitches removed

14-21 days

Return to work (depending on your job)

1 month

Back to your normal activities

3 months

Fully recovered

The treatment described on this page may be adapted to meet your individual needs, so it's important to follow your healthcare professional's advice and raise any questions that you may have with them.

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