Treatment to relieve pressure and pain in your wrist.Find out more
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.
Our hands are vital to how we live and being able to carry out every day tasks - from dressing and feeding ourselves to earning a living. At Spire, we offer the latest treatments for conditions that affect the use of your hands. Our expert consultants and their medical teams will advise you on the best approach for you and help support you through your recovery. If surgery is required, we practice the least invasive procedures to enable a faster recovery time. We take an integrated approach to care, so you’ll be offered physiotherapy and any other support you need before and after your surgery.
You will be treated quickly and effectively, by the specialist of your choice and at the location of your choice. All our hospitals are immaculate, modern and well equipped. 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 surgery departments are led by consultants, offering the expertise of experienced, specialist surgeons. The service is supported by a dedicated hand therapy specialist physiotherapist, ensuring a better post-surgery functional outcome. We also take an integrated approach, using a plastic surgery nurse specialist to ensure the highest levels of patient communication and aesthetic surgical outcomes. We're proud to have been recognised for achieving excellence in patient care, staff training, nursing practice and healthcare outcomes.
22 March 2018
Suffering from age related eye problems? Come along to our informative evening to find out more.
07 March 2018
Join us for a free, informal discussion of treatments available to help if you and your partner are worried about your f…