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Anyone knows a doctor specializing in wrist traumas in London area?

Andy California

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I have computer-induced wrist trauma which also affects my guitar playing. Does anyone know a great doctor who specializes in tratment of wrist traumas in the London area?
 
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Wilko

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I don't know any doctors, but to find one, you'll want the right terminology. Computer injuries are not "trauma". They are considered a repetitive stress injury or syndrome. Probably the most common is the "carpal tunnel syndrome"

Look for doctors that specialise in workplace or sports injuries for treament

Good luck!
 

jcgrey87

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Oh, thanks. I have been looking for one as well. I had some problems with my wrist, and I can't work properly. I also work as a medic in a way. I am an EMT. I work in the ambulance, and sometimes I can even drive one. I decide to become a doctor when I was twenty-four years old. I couldn't afford to spend a lot of time studying medicine at a University. Luckily I found an EMT education program, and in just two years I have learned all the basics of this profession and my knowledge is good enough to be able to de-escalate a serious situation, as well as the experience to assist with medical attention.
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Brek

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Since lockdown my left index finger has developed trigger finger, eased off with rest, but issue feels like it could reoccur, if I play too long, let us know how you get on.
 
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