BMI The Highfield HospitalManchester Road, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL11 4LZ Directions
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Regain control over your hands and wrists with our wide range of treatment options at BMI The Highfield Hospital in Rochdale.
At BMI The Highfield Hospital, our Orthopaedic Consultants are ready and waiting to investigate and diagnose your hand and wrist problems. They are experts in the field of bones and joints, with years of experience in managing, reducing or even stopping hand and wrist pain in patients of all ages and backgrounds.
Don’t put up with pain. Get in touch today online or call us on 01706 655121 to see how we could help you feel like you again.
Once a diagnosis has been made, your Orthopaedic Consultant will work with a multidisciplinary team of specialists to establish a customised treatment plan based on your diagnosis and individual needs. This could include private physiotherapy sessions with one of our dedicated Physiotherapists, or injection therapy (a course of steroid injections) to relieve swelling and pain in your affected hand or wrist, helping you regain control over your hands.
Your Orthopaedic Surgeon will only consider surgery after alternative treatment options have been exhausted. Get your diagnosis and personalised treatment plan for hand or wrist problems by booking your consultation online today or calling our team on 01706 655121.
Dupuytren’s disease, also known as Dupuytren’s Contracture, occurs when or more of your fingers start to point towards your palm. During its early stages, it can cause lumps to appear on the surface of your palm. As your condition progresses, your affected finger could become trapped in a bent position. Hand surgery for Dupuytren’s disease will involve straightening your affected finger through a surgical incision or insertion of a needle.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by a compression of your median nerve (a nerve that travels through the front of your wrist). This compression can cause pain or a tingling sensation in your fingers and hands.
Your Orthopaedic Surgeon can relieve these symptoms through carpal tunnel release surgery, where your carpal ligament (a band of tissue across the top of your wrist) is cut to provide the nerves in your hand with more space to move.
Stenosing tenosynovitis, more commonly referred to as trigger finger, can create pain at the base of your finger or thumb. It can also lead to stiffness or a locking sensation when you attempt to bend or straighten your finger or thumb. Trigger finger release surgery can help you regain movement, and it is unlikely that the problem will reappear in your operated finger or thumb following surgery.
A wrist arthroscopy is an operation to diagnose problems in the wrist. A tiny camera is passed through an incision in your wrist so that your Surgeon can see inside the joint. If possible, they will also perform treatment during the procedure. It can be used to treat conditions including ganglion cysts (fluid-filled bumps near your joint or tendons) and to remove any loose bone or cartilage inside your joint.
*Prices reflect self-pay prices where patients have paid for their treatment themselves. This price will vary depending on your diagnosis and recommended treatment plan. The total cost of your treatment at BMI The Highfield Hospital will always be confirmed in writing after your consultation and any necessary diagnostic tests. Further terms and conditions and apply.
As well as providing you with fast access to high-quality healthcare, there are several other advantages to choosing BMI The Highfield Hospital for your hand or wrist treatment. These include:
Our en-suite hospital rooms include access to your own TV, telephone and WiFi, as well as a bath or shower, making your hospital stay with us as comfortable as possible.
During your stay at BMI The Highfield Hospital, we will also provide you with warm and nutritious meals. These are prepared on-site by our Chefs and can be modified to meet your dietary requirements.
We have a Nurse-call system in every hospital room and a Medical Officer available 24 hours a day to ensure your needs are always responded to.
You can rest assured that our team of specialists will support you throughout your treatment process, from your initial consultation at our hospital to your recovery following hand or wrist surgery.
Our convenient location in Rochdale means you can access our hospital via public transport or drive to our hospital, with free car parking available onsite for all patients.
With private healthcare at our hospitals, you could benefit from:
Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.
We are widely recognised by health insurers. Ask your insurer about your cover and for an insurer pre-authorisation code.
Pay for yourself with monthly repayments spread over 12 months, interest-free (terms and conditions apply)