From the tips of the fingers to the top of the shoulders, you rely on all the anatomical elements of your hand and upper extremities to perform routine tasks on a daily basis. Because of the frequency of everyday use, your fingers, hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders, along with the muscles, ligaments, and tendons that support their function are particularly prone to injury. Any condition or trauma that affects the hands or upper extremities can significantly impact your daily routine. When faced with chronic pain, fractures, complex injuries, and more. We are dedicated to relieving your discomfort, restoring function and mobility, and most of all, improving your quality of life.
We offer a wide range of treatment options, compassionate care, and the technical expertise that can only be found at a practice with numerous fellowship-trained hand and upper extremities specialists all under one roof. Our practice is home to several recognized leaders in the field of both non-operative and operative care of hand, arm, wrist, elbow, and shoulder conditions and we specialize in tailoring treatment plans to meet the unique needs of our patients.
The London Musculoskeletal Centre’s Hand, Wrist, Elbow & Shoulder Clinic explores nonsurgical treatment options such as physical therapy, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy whenever possible, as conservative treatment options can be effective at treating many hands, wrist, elbow and shoulder conditions. In those cases where surgery is necessary, we offer the latest, state-of-the-art procedures including endoscopic carpal tunnel release, ligament reconstruction of the hand and upper extremities as well as minimally invasive microsurgery techniques, which allow us to provide better outcomes and, in some cases, faster recovery times for our patients. Though we remain at the forefront of the latest advances in our field, we never lose sight of the importance of optimising patient outcomes above all else.
Hand, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder Conditions We Treat Include:
- Throwing injuries of the elbow and shoulder
- Rotator cuff tears and other injuries
- Labral tears
- Shoulder dislocations and shoulder instability
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
- Medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow)
- De Quervain’s disease
- Dupuytren’s disease
- Trigger finger
- TFCC tears
- Scapholunate ligament tears
- Scaphoid and distal radius fractures
- Complex hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder injuries
- Tendon ruptures
- Fractures of the hand and upper extremities
- Nerve injuries of the upper extremities
- Arthritis of the hand and upper extremities