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Has your hand injury been evaluated correctly?

Sonja Cerovac talks about the importance of hand injury evaluation in Spire St Anthony's Hospital GP Newsletter.

Hand injuries are common and even the most trivial ones can be annoying as interfering with invaluable tasks that hands perform for us on a daily basis. Delicate anatomy and biomechanics of the wrist and fingers provide us with amazing dexterity, strength and precision at the same time. Finesse may however; easily be compromised by trauma as scarring and stiffness inevitably accompany tissue damage. Tendon, nerves, ligaments, joints and bones are positioned relatively superficially, making the hand an organ susceptible to accidents. It is essential to seek specialist assessment and input early in order to ensure accurate initial evaluation and to avoid debilitating outcomes.

Read more in Spire St Anthony’s Hospital GP Newsletter:

GP-Newsletter-Spire-July-2019-Hand-Trauma

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New modified rehabilitation regime for internally fixed metacarpal fractures

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Ten year study on use of special implants for thumb arthritis published in JHS

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Advances in Hand Surgery 2021 

I was delighted to participate in Advances in Hand Surgery Course which connected virtually so many surgeons, trainees and therapists over the last 3 days.

Practice reopening

As lockdown restrictions ease off, we are able to welcome new and follow up patients again.

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Ashtead Hospital

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