At Manchester Hand Surgeons

we have many years of experience in treating all hand and wrist conditions, ensuring the best possible care for our patients, and supporting them on their path to recovery.

Trust the Hands of Experience

Experienced Hand & Wrist surgeons delivering quality care to patients throughout Manchester.

The details in the hand

Our team at Manchester Hand Surgeons find everything to do with the wrist and the hand fascinating.

Fascinating because of its intricate design. The detail. The small aspects of how the hand is built, and the components that ultimately work together, in order for our fingers to move and our wrists to bend.

It is this level of understanding and insightful knowledge that enables our team of experts to treat all hand conditions effectively and, most importantly, successfully.

It’s why so many people choose Manchester Hand Surgeons as their private hand surgeon. To take care of the detail. To provide high quality and first-class care, exceptional levels of customer service, and above all to get your hand and wrist back to full working order in no time.

Do you know the composition of your hand?

To put some figures on it, the hand comprises: 

  • 34 muscles
  • 27 bones
  • Hundreds of ligaments
  • Numerous tendons, supporting
  • 27 joints, with
  • Nerves and
  • Blood vessels running throughout.

It’s busy!

Building up the palm, fingers, and wrist, helping to create, to us, the most detailed piece of the human body.

At Manchester Hand Surgeons

we’re specialists in everything, and we mean everything to do with the wrist and hand.

Knowing the importance of the hand in our everyday lives is what makes us continually look to new treatments, improvements in treatments offered, and much more.

We aim to help make sure that the functionality of a person’s hand is never compromised.

Offering the best and some of the latest treatments when it comes to the hand and wrist, our orthopaedic surgeons help to get to the root of the problem quickly.

Hand and wrist conditions we treat

Kunal and Iain are renowned throughout South Manchester for being amongst the top orthopaedic surgeons of choice for many happy customers.

Kunal and Iain's knowledge, experience, and expertise have allowed Manchester Hand Surgeons to offer a range of services to customers.

These services include treatments for:

Arthritis of the hand surgery and treatment

Arthritis of the Hand

Whether Rheumatoid or Osteoarthritis, arthritis of the hand can be painful and limit movement.  We offer both non surgical and surgical solutions ...

Arthritis of the thumb surgery and treatment

Arthritis Of The Thumb

Swelling, pain or loss of flexibility in the movement of your thumb can be a sign of arthritis of the thumb. There are a range of treatments available, both surgical and non-surgical.

Carpal tunnel surgery and treatment

Carpal Tunnel Release

We treat the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by relieving the pressure on the nerve, enlarging the carpal tunnel and reducing the pain experienced.

Dupuytrens contracture surgery and treatment

Dupuytren's Contracture

A condition which causes fingers to bend towards the palm and remain in a flexed position. Treatment options include splints, needle fasciotomy, fasciectomy and more.

Anatomy of the hand

Hand Anatomy

Bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves and blood vessels are all working together to allow your hands to perform their functions.

Hand fracture surgery and treatment

Hand Fractures

Include broken hand (boxers fracture, bennetts fracture, reverse bennett’s fracture) and broken fingers and thumbs. The best course of treatment will depend on the parts of the bones that are fractured.

Rheumatoid arthritis in hands treatment

Rheumatoid Hand

A long-term condition causing joint stiffness, pain and swelling. Treatment ranges from drug therapy, physical therapy and surgery depending on your individual cirmcumstances.

Scaphoid fracture treatment and surgery

Scaphoid Fractures

Affect the boat-shaped bone (scaphoid bone) at the joint of your wrist.  Treatment can include cast treatment and surgery (including screw fixation, scaphoid debridement, bone grafts).

Wrist arthroscopy

Wrist Arthroscopy

Keyhole surgery  will enable us to diagnose and treat hand and wrist complaints such as cartilage damage, injuries to ligaments, arthritis of the thumb/hand, joint infections, and much more.

Ganglion cyst wrist treatment

Wrist Ganglions

Treatment of wrist ganglions can include anti-inflammatory medications, splints, draining the cyst, removing the cyst entirely through open surgery or keyhole surgery. 

Trigger finger release surgery

Trigger Finger Release

Trigger finger can be treated using a variety of non-surgical and surgical treatments, including percutaneous trigger finger release surgery to prevent that clicking sensation or limited movement.

Wrist arthroscopy

Mucous Cysts

Small, fluid-filled sacs, mucous cysts tend to appear at the joint nearest the fingernail.  We may recommend leaving them to dissolve on their own or if the cyst is causing problems, we will operate.

Find out more about your hand anatomy

Why Manchester Hand Surgeons?

With over 30 years combined experience in orthopaedics, the hand and the wrist are areas that Kunal and Iain are most dedicated to. Carrying out numerous, successful procedures on patients throughout the UK, Kunal and Iain lead on change, are continuously learning and are at the cutting edge of all future developments in treatments relating to wrist and hand conditions.

Taking a particular interest in Carpal Tunnel surgery, repetitive strain, and tennis elbow,Kunal’s research has been published in several medical journals (his most recent being his research in Negligence in Carpal Tunnel Surgery), as well as presented and discussed at national and international conferences.

Kunal and Iain both hold Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon positions at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, as well as operating their private practices in North and South Manchester. They are both also regularly involved in the training of registrars and currently hold Honorary Lecturer posts at the University of Manchester for their involvement in medical student teaching.

Taking care of Manchester’s hands

The level of detail and care provided by the team at Manchester Hand Surgeons is second to none. 

Every day is different at Manchester Hand Surgeons, and we want to continuously help those with hand and wrist complaints, providing solutions to make lives easier.

Whether you’ve sustained an injury playing sport, tripping, or falling, or you are experiencing problems with the onset of arthritis, mucous cysts, and more, our team are on hand to help.

We understand the importance of normal function in the hands when it comes to carrying out day to day activities, so we work hard to help provide the right treatment suited to your condition.

Our treatment plans are unique. Just like you. We know there is no one size fits all, and everyone responds to treatments differently.

That’s why we work with you. From your initial consultation, through to examination, treatment, and aftercare – we’re with you every step of the way.

Is hand surgery right for you?

When we think about our everyday activities and the tasks we carry out, from getting dressed in the morning to making a cup of coffee before we leave the house, to packing our bags and driving to work, our hands are a vital component in helping us achieve all of these tasks successfully.

Ultimately, our hands are an essential part of our lives and how we live it.

That’s why when an accident occurs to the hands or pain starts to creep in from an underlying condition; it can begin to have a profound impact on your quality of life.

At Manchester Hand Surgeons, we understand this. We know it is vital to keep our hands safe and functioning at all times – ideally, pain-free!

That’s why our expert consultants work with you, advising you on the best course of action and treatments available, supporting you right through to recovery.

If surgery is required (we also provide a range of non-surgical treatments too), we will use the least invasive procedures, enabling much faster recovery times and a reduction in scarring.

We also provide an integrated approach to the care that we offer, so as well as surgery, we will provide you with full treatment plans, which may include physiotherapy, aftercare, follow up appointments and any other support you may need, before and after treatment.

For the best care and attention for your hands, look no further than the specialist hand and wrist team at  Manchester Hand Surgeons.

Dedicated to helping patients lead an active and normal life.

Let us help you get back into action

Using the most intricate of procedures, the most up-to-date treatments and medicines available, let South Manchester’s leading Orthopaedic Surgeons get to work.

Let us help relieve the pain, stress, and strain on your hands. Taking care of wrist fractures, ganglion cysts, ligament tears, and much more.

Injuries and diseases of the hand require specialist care.

They require the care of private hand & wrist surgeons, Kunal Hinduja and Iain McLaughlin-Symon

Book your appointment today and put your hands in safe hands.

Locations

Kunal and Iain consult and operate at selected hospitals within the North and South Manchester areas. You can contact the team at MHS directly, and we will find the next available appointment for you based on your location. Your GP can also refer you for an appointment with Kunal or Iain at your chosen hospital.

BMI The Highfield Hospital, Manchester Road, Rochdale, OL11 4LZ

BMI The Highfield Hospital, Manchester Road, Rochdale, OL11 4LZ
Manchester Rd, Rochdale OL11 4LZ, UK
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The Wilmslow Hospital, HCA UK 52 Alderley Road, Wilmslow, SK9 1NY

The Wilmslow Hospital, HCA UK 52 Alderley Road, Wilmslow, SK9 1NY
52 Alderley Rd, Wilmslow SK9 1NY, UK
Direction

Ten Harley Street Limited, 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF

Ten Harley Street Limited, 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF
10 Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 9PF, UK
Direction

BMI The Alexandra Hospital, Mill Lane, Cheadle, Stockport, SK8 2PX

BMI The Alexandra Hospital, Mill Lane, Cheadle, Stockport, SK8 2PX
Mill Ln, Cheadle SK8 2PX, UK
Direction

South Manchester Diagnostics, 144 Dialstone Lane, Heaviley, Stockport, SK2 6AP

South Manchester Diagnostics, 144 Dialstone Lane, Heaviley, Stockport, SK2 6AP
144 Dialstone Ln, Heaviley, Stockport SK2 6AP, UK
Direction

HAPPY PATIENTS

1st July 2020

I am a patient of Mr Hinduja who has recently undergone a right wrist synovectomy. I had been having problems with my wrist for several months and had injections carried out by my GP with no benefit. Upon seeing Mr Hinduja in consultation I could not have been put more at ease. He has a calm, professional manner and he quickly diagnosed my problem. I was sent for a scan and nerve conduction studies which confirmed my diagnosis. I was listed for surgery and could not be happier with the outcome. The pain and swelling in my wrist has completely resolved and I am able to use my arm and hand again as normal.

I could not praise Mr Hinduja enough for the fantastic service I have been given and would certainly recommend him to others.

 

- Craig Williams -

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