HAND / WRIST SURGERY
Mr Tomlinson specialises in Upper Limb Surgery, providing a comprehensive service incorporating the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.
He is a leading Upper Limb Surgeon and has extensive knowledge and experience in managing a wide range of disorders including arthritis (both Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis), nerve compression (eg. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), sports injuries and workplace related problems.
Mr Tomlinson trained in the Bristol and Oxford regions of the UK and has worked with some of the world's leading upper limb specialists. As part of his higher surgical specialisation he spent twelve months in the highly prestigious Sydney Upper Limb Unit in Australia. This unit, one of the largest in Australia is a centre of excellence for a wide variety of complex conditions and surgical procedures. During this period he also worked closely with the Sydney Swans (Australian Rules Football League), Sydney Roosters (National Rubgy League) and the Sydney Waratahs (National Rugby Union).
Mr Tomlinson has particular expertise in a broad range of upper limb surgical services which include joint replacement, keyhole (arthroscopic) surgery, Dupuytren's contracture (including Xiapex collegenase injection, needle fasciotomy and surgical treatments), nerve compression (Carpal and Cubital tunnel syndromes), repetitive strain injuries, microsurgery, wrist instability, workplace related problems and sports injuries.
His practice covers the whole of the Hampshire region as well as regularly accepting patient referrals from within the UK and Internationally.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Trigger finger / thumb
Dupuytren's including Xiapex injection
Wrist arthroscopy (keyhole surgery)
Sports injuries and fractures
Repetitive strain and workplace related injuries
De Quervain's tenosynovitis
Hand/wrist fractures including scaphoid minimally invasive fixation
Cubital tunnel syndrome (ulnar nerve compression)
Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis)
Golfer's elbow release (Medial epicondylitis)
Locking of the elbow
Elbow arthritis (including keyhole and minimally invasive surgery)
Elbow joint replacement
Excision of elbow nodules or bony spurs
Elbow injuries including fractures