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Hand surgery

Expert, caring treatment for a wide range of painful hand and wrist conditions.

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.

Carpal tunnel syndrome surgery

Treatment to relieve pressure and pain in your wrist.

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Dupuytren's contracture

Removes affected tissue in your hand to help straighten out your fingers.

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Ganglion removal surgery

Removal of a usually harmless cyst on a wrist or ankle joint.

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Joint pain treatment (joint injections)

Steroid injections to help ease pain and increase movement.

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Trigger finger release

Makes a slit in the tendon sheath, so the finger can move freely again.

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Our hand surgery specialists

Meet the consultants who are part of our expert team here at The Montefiore Hospital.

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How do I book an appointment?

To book an appointment with The Montefiore Hospital please call 01273 828 148 if you are a self-funding patient or 01273 828 030 for insured bookings. Alternatively, please fill out the enquiry form at the top of the page. Please be aware, a GP referral is always required for insured bookings.


Why choose The Montefiore Hospital?

Opened in 2012, The Montefiore Hospital offers a comprehensive private healthcare service for patients in the Brighton and Hove area and the rest of Sussex. Our modern, clean and comfortable hospital has its own physiotherapy team, on-site imaging facilities, a pathology lab and pharmacy so we can take care of you every step of the way in your treatment.

Our services are available to everyone – whether or not you are privately insured. If you are paying for your own treatment, we offer one-off private hospital treatment, with a fixed price agreed in advance. We also offer some services to NHS patients on behalf of the NHS.