What we treat

Professor Warwick is the senior NHS Hand Surgeon in Wessex. His NHS contribution has been recognised with a Bronze Clinical Excellence Award; his academic contribution has been recognised with an Honorary Professorship at the University of Southampton. He is Secretary of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand and Chairman of Training for the European Hand Society.

The Hand Clinic has facilities for microsurgery, small joint arthroscopy, small joint replacement, tendon surgery and fracture fixation. The very latest techniques such as enzyme fasiectomy Xiapex for Dupuytren’s Disease and Wrist Replacement for arthritis are available. See the tabs on the right for details of the conditions we treat.

Trauma

Trauma
Fractures- wrist, fingers, scaphoid, forearm
Dislocations
Lacerations
Ligament ruptures

Nerve conditions

Nerve conditions
Tingling fingers
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Radial Tunnel Syndrome
Lacerations
CRPS-RSD

Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries
This is a particular interest based upon his experience with many elite athletes and players across a broad range of sports

Arthritis

Arthritis
Painful and swollen Thumbs, Wrists, Fingers
Steroid injections
Joint replacements – wrist, ulnar head, finger,
Joint Fusions- partial, total
Rheumatoid and other inflammatory disorders

Other

Dupuytren’s Disease
Xiapex/Collagenase
Needle fasciotomy Surgery

Lumps and Bumps
Ganglions
Tumours
Nodules

Simple elbow conditions
Tennis and Golfers elbow
Biceps tendinopathy

What I do not treat
Children
Complex Elbows
Microsurgical conditions

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