Mr Philip Mathew is a leading orthopaedic surgeon in London who specialises in hand and wrist surgery, including fractures, arthritis, Dupuytren's contracture, carpal tunnel syndrome and sports injuries related to the hand and wrist.
Mr Mathew currently privately practices at Chelsea Outpatients (280 Kings Road) and The Wellington Hospital in London, and at Spire Hartswood and Spire London East. He trained on the Percival Pott Orthopaedic Specialist Training Rotation in London and completed his hand surgery fellowships in the USA, Spain, India, France and in the UK at the prestigious Pulvertaft Hand Centre in Derby.
Mr Mathew is passionate about hand surgery and committed to providing great care to all of his patients and believes in shared decision-making whilst guiding them into the right decision for their treatment.
He is a member of a whole host of established societies, such as the British Society for Surgery of the Hand, the European Wrist Arthroscopy Society, the Royal College of Surgeons, as well as the British Medical Association. He is an examiner for the British Hand Surgery Diploma and is a reviewer for the Journal of Hand Surgery. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Marys University, London.