Hand and wrist specialist Mr Andrew Logan explains COVID-19's impact on elective hand surgery, as well as what to do if you injure your hand and/or wrist during the pandemic.
We spoke with a highly experienced orthpaedic surgeon, Mr Andrew Logan, to find out about hand and wrist surgery, he gave us some of the answers to your faqs on broken hands, treatment and fractures. We also learnt why it's important to diagnose a fracture early and how long the healing process takes.
Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition which usually affects your ring or little finger and will leave it facing inward. We spoke to one of our highly-experienced hand and wrist surgeons Mr Andrew Logan about the condition and how you can tell if you have it.
Carpal tunnel syndrome involves a sensation of pins and needles and numbness in the affected hand and wrist. If you think you have carpal tunnel syndrome or have been diagnosed with it, you'll likely have some questions. Mr Andrew Logan, an orthopaedic surgeon and hand and wrist specialist, provides you with answers to frequently asked questions.
Trigger finger symptoms can vary from mild to very inconvenient. Mr Andrew Logan provides you with a thorough guide to how this condition happens, its symptoms, who are most at risk and what treatment options you may be offered.
Are you currently experiencing persistent pain in your wrist? It is most likely that surgery is required in cases of fractures or traumatic injury. Here, one of our expert orthopaedic surgeons Mr Andrew Logan explains whether open surgery or wrist arthroscopy would be the better treatment for a wrist injury.
If you're living with regular pain and discomfort from thumb arthritis, you might be wondering what all of your different treatment options are. For some people, steroid injections may be enough to ease the pain. Read more from our expert orthopaedic surgeon Mr Andrew Logan on who is best suited to injections for osteoarthritis of the thumb.