All wrist conditions
Kienböck’s disease is the loss of blood flow to the lunate bone in the wrist.
A scaphoid fracture is the breaking of your scaphoid bone, one of the carpal bones in the hand, around the wrist area.
Scapholunate Ligament Tear
Scapholunate ligament tear often results from a fall onto the outstretched hand or a forceful/violent twisting injury to the hand.
There are two types of TFCC Tear, both caused by different factors.
Wrist arthritis is a condition which affects the joints in the wrist.
Any break that involves end of the 2 long bones of the forearm (radius and ulna) are considered as wrist fractures.
Wrist fusion, also known as total wrist arthrodesis, is a surgical procedure that combats the issue of arthritis in the wrist.
A ganglion cyst is a harmless swelling that can appear at any joint in the body, but most commonly occurs at the wrist.
Manchester-based wrist surgeon Ladan Hajipour deals with a range of varied conditions and injuries to the wrist. Click on one of the above conditions to find out more about the causes, symptoms, and available treatment options. If you wish to discuss it in more detail, book a consultation appointment with Ladan Hajipour by clicking here.