The Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic has acquired special recognition from all major insurers. Patients can feel assured they will receive the very best care possible to ensure their full recovery from any hand or wrist problems they may face.
Raj Bhatia and the team at the clinic specialise specifically in hand and wrist injuries. They have the knowledge and expertise to strive for excellence for patients to ensure a satisfactory outcome for every treatment they administer.
The Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic aims to be the best provider of hand and wrist services to its clients. Raj and his colleagues do this by keeping up to date, auditing all results as well as using the latest techniques to improve patient outcomes.
Raj has personally seen me in recent years and was huge support but more importantly during the World Cup last year all international teams referred their players to him in Bristol. He is brilliant at what he does and if we have any problems then Raj is our man.
Steve Silk, Chief Executive at GCB and Chief Operating Officer for GCCC
Raj and his practice, the Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic, have recently won awards for Best Hand and Wrist Orthopaedic Health Clinic and Excellence in Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery.
Read more about Raj’s education and experiences as a surgeon.
There are numerous treatments of the hand and wrist performed at the Bristol Hand & Wrist Clinic which broadly fit into five categories.
These five treatment categories are:
I am writing to thank you for the excellent care I received from you and your team.
Thank you for the care, reassurance and professionalism I was treated with during my recent surgery.
I wish to say a very sincere thank you for the treatment my wife received.
I wish to thank you for mending my wrist. I am out of pain.
A note to thank you for all the care and kindness given to me in the repair of my broken finger.
I myself could not be more pleased with the outcome of the operation.
I felt that I had to let you know how very grateful I am as now I am pain-free.
I am able to turn my arm almost fully and the scar is hardly visible. Thank you once again.