Depending on the complexity of your condition specialist hand therapy may be recommended. Some simple home exercise programmes can be found on the rehabilitation page.  

A large number of conditions can affect the hand and wrist. The conditions page contains information about some of the more common ones.

Mr Roushdi is a specialist hand and wrist surgeon. He graduated from St Georges Hospital Medical School in 2005. He completed his Orthopaedic training on the South West Thames rotation and obtained his FRCS(orth) in 2013. He underwent further specialist training in hand surgery as the nationally appointed hand fellow at the world renown Pulvertaft Hand Centre. He was awarded the British Diploma in Hand Surgery in 2016 and is a Consultant Hand and Wrist Surgeon at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry. 

When he is not practicing Medicine he tends to be found underneath the ocean pursuing his interest in underwater photography.


What happens after?

What is wrong with my hand?

Providing specialist Wrist and Hand Surgery in Shrewsbury and the surrounding area

Many conditions can be treated without surgery, but if an operation is recommended knowing what to expect can help reduce your anxiety. The surgery pages for more information.

Will I have to have surgery?