Carpal tunnel syndrome treatment starting from £1,656
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common joint pain condition caused by increased pressure on your median nerve. It can result in numb or aching hands, or difficulty gripping with your thumb. There are several treatment options available for this, including wearing a wrist support device and performing specialist physiotherapy exercises assigned by your Physiotherapist.
At Bath Clinic, we also offer treatment in the form of surgery to stop nerve compression induced by carpal tunnel syndrome, which (in turn), helps alleviate your symptoms. Your Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon will make a small incision in the palm of your hand. They will then cut the tight ligament (called the flexor retinaculum) that forms the roof of the carpal tunnel. This stops the nerve being compressed, reducing your pain and improving your mobility.
Hand surgery for Duputyren’s disease starting from £1,900*
Duputyren’s disease is a joint condition in which one or more of your fingers bend in towards your palm. This is due to the development of fibrous connective tissue between the tendons in your finger. The condition causes tightness and discomfort. Hand surgery for Duputyren’s disease involves straightening your bent finger or fingers so that the condition no longer interferes with your everyday life.
Hand surgery for Duputyren’s disease cannot cure the disease (your fingers might contract again in the future), but it can significantly improve your symptoms, allowing your hand to function as usual again.
At Bath Clinic, we offer hand surgery for Duputyren’s disease starting from £1,900*
Trigger finger treatment starting from £2,605*
Trigger finger is a condition that affects one or more of the tendons in your hand. This makes it difficult to bend your affected finger or thumb. Trigger finger can also cause swelling and inflammation, making it difficult to move your affected finger and perform regular everyday activities.
Fortunately, effective trigger finger treatment is available to help restore your finger function. Trigger finger treatment can involve following specialist exercises set by your Physiotherapist. We also offer surgery for those suffering with debilitating trigger finger symptoms.
During trigger finger surgery, your Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon will cut through the affected section of your tendon sheath, so that your tendon can move freely again.
It is rare for trigger finger to return after trigger finger surgery.
*This is a guide price for treatment when paying for yourself. The initial consultation and diagnostics are not included in the price. Prices are confirmed in writing after initial consultation with a Consultant Specialist. Aftercare may vary depending on your treatment. Further terms and conditions apply.