12 Jan Orthopaedic Surgeon of the Year 2019 South West England
With over 20 years’ experience and special recognition from all major insurers, visitors to the Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic can feel assured that they will receive the very best care possible to ensure their recovery from any hand or wrist problems they may face. We profile the clinic to find out more and explore the secrets behind the reputation for excellence it enjoys today.
Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic specialises in all hand and wrist conditions, treating amateur and professional sportsmen as well as patients from 13 years upwards.
Founder Raj Bhatia is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who runs the Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic, offering excellence in the treatment of all hand, wrist and peripheral nerve problems.
With over 20 years’ experience and special recognition from all major insurers, and unlike other clinic’s Raj’s practice specialises specifically in hand and wrist injuries and treatments. As such his team have the expertise and knowledge to drive excellence for their clients. They aim to further improve their patient outcomes over the coming years.
Raj has received specialist fellowship training in the UK and Sydney, Australia and is widely published in his field. He regularly treats sports injuries and is the preferred hand and wrist surgeon for both the Bristol Rugby Club and for the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
Unlike other clinic’s Raj’s practice specialises specifically in hand and wrist injuries and treatments, and as such his team have the expertise and knowledge to drive excellence for their clients and ensure a satisfactory outcome to every treatment they administer.
Ultimately, Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic aims to be the best providers of hand and wrist services to its clients, and this will remain as the clinic’s ongoing focus over the years to come. The dedicated team aim to keep up to date and use the latest techniques to then improve its patient outcomes. As a result of this focus, over the next coming years, the team will continue with their research as they aim to set the standards for any future treatments ahead.