Elliot Sorene is a consultant hand, wrist and elbow surgeon. He practises at the King Edward VII hospital in London, together with a number of other establishments and in 2013 was voted the UK’s best hand, wrist and elbow surgeon by the magazine Tatler.
He deals with a wide range of conditions, some common, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, some less so, such as Kienbock’s disease. In this interview he discusses the possible aetiology of many upper limb problems, diagnosis and surgical options. He also talks about physical therapy alternatives and rehabilitation.
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