new experience today – a patient played his accordion in clinic to demonstrate that his hand was working well!
Dear Mr Harley
I just wanted to pass on my sincere thanks for the benefits the carpel tunnel surgery on 1 December has brought me – recovery has been excellent and I can honestly say the time since has been pain-free (other than the moments I actually forgot my injury and shook hands). I was able to drive four days later – helped by the simple £1 cotton scaffolding gloves bought for me from B&Q by my husband – worth perhaps letting your other patients know about those as they aid grip easily. I attach a photo.
Thank you again for your truly excellent work and really motivating manner – all much appreciated.
and 4 months after thyroid scar revision
You can see Mr Harley as an NHS patient at North Downs Hospital (Caterham), Cobham Day Surgery, Epsom Old Cottage Hospital, The Horder Centre (Crowborough) and KIMS (Maidstone). Outpatient appointments and all surgery are carried out by Mr Harley in person. Referrals must be made by your GP preferably using the eRS (Electronic referral system) – eRS may not show the names of specialists so this has to be done by searching for specialism (‘hand surgery’) and hospital – ask your GP to add Mr Harley’s name to the referral notes or letter.
No painkillers, you did a brilliant job. Thank you very much. BM Sussex Coast. 9 weeks after palmar dupuytrens fasciectomy
Early result (2 weeks) after correction of excess skin on the arms ‘bingo wings’. This procedure is known as ‘brachioplasty’.
Thank you very much for expert care and help you gave me with my problem. May you continue to do your good work for many many years. AF, Maidstone
I now have availability for consulting and operating at north downs hospital in caterham, part of ramsay healthcare. Cosmetic surgery, Hand surgery, Skin surgery, Botox and fillers all available at this new location.
call 0800 0468036 to enquire about this
Mr Harley will be starting clinics for hand and wrist surgery at the Horder Centre, Crowborough on 6th June. This will be for NHS eRS referred patients and also for private or health insured patients. He also has clinics at the Horder centre outreach centre in Seaford. Arthritis of the hand and wrist including joint replacement surgery, trapeziectomy, treatment of dupuytrens disease, nerve compression (carpal and cubital tunnel syndromes), rheumatoid arthritis of the hand.
treatment of recurrent dupuytrens with skin graft – ‘dermofasciectomy’ this finger was contracted by 35 degrees at the middle knuckle (PIPJ). great function and appearance 2 months after surgery.