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Hand & wrist surgery

Expert care for hand and wrist problems.

At BMI The Lincoln Hospital, we offer a range of effective treatment options for people with hand and wrist pain.

Hand and wrist pain can be caused by various conditions, including: 

  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Tendonitis 
  • Rheumatoid arthritis 
  • A sprain or fracture

At BMI The Lincoln Hospital, we boast a network of specialist consultants and multidisciplinary teams comprising pain management specialists, physiotherapists, radiologists and more. Our dedicated healthcare professionals are here to help you get better – faster. 

Begin your journey with us today booking an appointment online or phoning a member of our advisory team on 01522 578000.

Hand surgery for Dupuytren’s disease starting from £2,818*

Dupuytren’s disease causes one or more of your fingers to point towards your palm, resulting in discomfort and limited mobility in your hands. The disease most commonly affects your ring and little fingers, and you can have it in both hands at the same time. Fortunately, symptoms can be eased or even corrected by surgery. You might be recommended a fascietomy, a needle fasciotomy, or a dermafasciectomy, three different procedures each to help effectively treat Dupuytren’s disease.

Carpal tunnel release surgery ranging from £1,656 to £2,199*

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition where your median nerve (a nerve in your hand that passes through your wrist) becomes compressed. This can cause pain, numbness or a tingling sensation in your fingers and hands. Carpal tunnel release surgery can help alleviate these symptoms by cutting your carpal ligament, which travels across the base of your palm, providing your median nerve and other nerves with more room to move.

Trigger finger release surgery starting from £2,605*

Stenosing tenosynovitis, commonly referred to as trigger finger, can cause pain and stiffness when you try to move your finger or thumb. If left untreated, your affected finger or thumb could become trapped in a bent position, significantly reducing mobility in your finger. Trigger finger release surgery is a highly effective treatment option. It is rare for the problem to reappear after surgery.

Ganglion removal surgery starting from £2,610*

A ganglion is a lump under your skin that contains something called synovial fluid. Most ganglions form near your wrist joint, but they can also appear on your ankle and foot. Ganglion removal surgery can successfully remove your ganglion by making a cut over the ganglion and separating it from your nearby tendons, nerves and blood vessels.

*The prices that are shown above are an estimate for self-pay customers. The final cost of your treatment will always be confirmed in writing after your consultation. Further terms and conditions apply.

At BMI The Lincoln Hospital, we offer our services to people living in Lincoln, Lincolnshire and further afield.

There are many ways you could benefit from having treatment with us, including: 

  • En-suite hospital rooms with Wi-Fi, TV and telephone 
  • Appointment times and locations to fit your routine
  • Expert healthcare in a safe and comfortable hospital environment 
  • Free, easy-to-access parking  
  • Personalised treatment plans tailored to your individual needs 

When you choose to go private with us, you can expect:  

  • Comfortable and safe private facilities maintained by expert multidisciplinary teams 
  • The freedom to choose which hospital and Consultant suits your needs 
  • Support by the same expert clinical team from beginning to end 
  • Affordable, fixed-price packages with aftercare included 
  • Flexible payment options to spread the cost of your care

Take back control of your life.

Get started by booking an appointment online or phoning a member of our advisory team on 01522 578000

Specialists offering Hand & wrist surgery

Mr Micheal S Feeney

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MB BCh FRCSI FRCS (Tr&Orth)

The Lincoln Hospital

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Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.

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