Here at the hand specialist we are experts in treating fractures and other injuries of the elbow and forearm. Injuries to this area especially around the joints can be painful and restrict your everyday movement. Furthermore, this can make sports, lifting or other higher intensity activities high risk for making your condition worse. The Hand Specialist London is a specialist orthopedic surgery that focuses on injuries of the forearm and elbow as well as the hand, wrist and clavicle.
Our private hand clinic is situated in the heart of London making it easily accessible to anyone living or working in the capital. We are proud to offer an unrivalled level of service to all our customers. We take the time to explain the consultation and treatment processes and ease any worries or concerns you may have surrounding treatment. Our aim is to make sure that our patients have access to best possible treatment to get them on the road to recovery as soon as possible.
Ramon Tahmassebi is our private orthopedic consultant based, primarily at the Fortius Clinic in London specialising in the treatment of injuries of the hand. Ramon has trained some of the most esteemed hospitals in the UK. He is a lecturer and lead Clinician for orthopaedic surgery at King’s College Hospital and has been a leading authority on orthopedic treatment for many years. At the Hand Specialist London we pride ourselves as highly trained orthopedic specialist providing a superior level of care throughout any consultation and treatment for a wide array of wrist injuries. In addition to his intensive training Ramon has received numerous qualifications, certifications and accomplishments that professionally recognise him as one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country.
The following list of some of the most common wrist injuries and conditions that Ramon has treated including, fractures and nerve injuries.[child_page id=”228″ text=”Nerve Injuries”] [child_page id=”229″ text=”Fractures”]
If you have an injury on your; hand, elbow, forearm or collar bone (clavicle) please visit the appropriate page for more information. If you can’t find the aliment you believe you have please call or email us and we will be happy to help.