. Peripheral Nerve | Advance Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre


At Advanced Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre, we understand the impact that peripheral nerve issues can have on your life. Our commitment is to guide you on a personalised journey to alleviate discomfort, restore functionality, and uplift your overall quality of life.


Peripheral nerve challenges can manifest in various ways, from tingling sensations to discomfort in your hand and arm. Our goal is not just to treat symptoms but to help you embark on a journey towards sustainable well-being by understanding your specific needs and tailoring treatments that go beyond surface-level relief.

Holistic Approach

We believe in holistic care that goes beyond merely treating symptoms. Our team collaborates to create a personalised treatment plan that considers your lifestyle, specific condition, and long-term goals.

Personalised Treatment Plans

No two cases are identical and that's why we take the time to understand your condition, lifestyle, and goals. Our personalised treatment plans are designed to offer solutions that align with your unique requirements.

Supportive Environment

Beyond providing medical advice, we strive to create a supportive environment that fosters your journey to recovery. Our team is here to answer your questions, address your concerns, and guide you through every step of the process.

Empowering Your Well-Being

Our commitment goes beyond alleviating pain and we aim to empower you with the knowledge and tools to maintain optimal nerve health.


Our team understands that each case is unique. We conduct a thorough assessment to understand the nature of your hand or arm discomfort, allowing us to tailor our approach to address your individual concerns.


Our team employs a range of diagnostic tools and techniques to pinpoint the root cause of your nerve-related issues. Understanding the source is the first step toward appropriate treatment.


Beyond addressing the immediate pain, we focus on the overall health and well-being of your peripheral nerves. Our comprehensive approach aims not only to relieve symptoms but also to enhance the strength, flexibility, and functionality of your hands and arms


Peripheral nerves, crucial channels of communication between the brain and the rest of the body, can encounter a spectrum of issues. From tingling sensations to more pronounced discomfort, these manifestations often point to underlying concerns within the peripheral nervous system. These are some of the conditions contributing to nerve-related issues.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Occurs when the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the palm of the hand, becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist. This compression can lead to a range of symptoms, including tingling, numbness, and weakness in the affected hand. It can also lead to discomfort or aching in the hand and wrist, often exacerbated by repetitive movements or prolonged periods of hand use.

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Emerges when the ulnar nerve, responsible for transmitting signals to the fourth and fifth fingers, encounters compression or irritation at the elbow. Certain activities that involve repetitive bending of the elbow or prolonged pressure on the area can contribute to the development of cubital tunnel syndrome.

Brachial Plexus Injuries

The brachial plexus is a network of nerves that controls the muscles of the shoulder, arm, and hand, providing sensation to these areas. Injuries to this network can occur due to trauma, stretching, or tearing, leading to a range of symptoms depending on the severity and location of the injury.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Symptoms may include tingling, numbness, weakness, and pain in the affected areas. Depending on the specific nerve affected, symptoms can vary, ranging from mild discomfort to more severe impairment.

Yes, many peripheral nerve issues are treatable. Treatment options may include medications, physical therapy, lifestyle changes, and in some cases, surgical interventions to relieve compression or repair damaged nerves.

Recovery time varies depending on the nature and extent of the surgery. It may take weeks to months, and rehabilitation exercises are often recommended to optimise recovery and regain function. Your hand surgeon will discuss the anticipated recovery timeline during your pre-surgery consultation.

Yes, adopting a healthy lifestyle can contribute to managing peripheral nerve health. This includes maintaining a balanced diet, regular exercise, and avoiding habits that may contribute to nerve compression, such as prolonged repetitive movements.

If you experience persistent or worsening symptoms such as tingling, numbness, or weakness, it’s advisable to consult a healthcare professional. Early intervention can improve outcomes and prevent further complications.