Here at the hand specialist we encounter injuries of the hand on a regular basis. Injuries of this area are very common in everyday life, during sports and activities or as a result of other accidents. As a part of the body we rely on heavily for even the simplest tasks we understand how debilitating injuries of this area or even a reduction in your dexterity can be. This is we started the Hand Specialist London, a dedicated center that focuses on injuries of the hand, wrist, arm and clavicle.
Our specialist unit is based in the heart of the city of London making it accessible to anyone living in and around London. We pride ourselves on an unrivaled level of care and support for our customers, taking the time to explain the process and development of any diagnosis and treatments. Our goal is to ensure that our patients receive the best possible guidance and treatment in order to return to normality as quickly as possible, we do not take this for granted!
The Hand Specialist
Ramon Tahmassebi (the private hand surgeon) is our orthopedic specialist based in London dedicated to the treatment of injuries of the hand. Ramon has professional training some of the most esteemed institutions in the UK as well as being a lecturer and lead Clinician for orthopaedic surgery at King’s College Hospital. Ramon believes not only in the difference that a highly trained orthopedic specialist can have to change patient’s lives but also in a level of care that is quite unique. Backed by numerous qualifications, certifications, accolades and accomplishments you can be sure that you will be receiving the best care from one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country.
The following list is by no means an exhaustive list of the hand injuries and conditions that Ramon has treated, but it contains a few of the most common examples of fractures, ligament injuries and arthritic conditions he treats regularly.[child_page id=”217″ text=”Hand Fractures”] [child_page id=”220″ text=”Scaphoid Fractures”] [child_page id=”222″ text=”Ligament Injuries”] [child_page id=”224″ text=”Trigger Finger/Thumb”] [child_page id=”226″ text=”Arthritis”]
If you have an injury on your wrist, 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.