Have added a name below, do cricket umpiring with Dave Dilley and know hwe has treated cricketers and professional footballers, esp Parra team.
Originally Posted by injuryupdate
Southern Sydney Hand Specialists also have rooms on Belgrave St, Kogarah just up the road from St George Public (back entrance). Not sure how good they are, but my GP recommended them for scar treatment. They look at all injuries relating to your hands, fingers and forearms, including tendon/ligament damage, Physio, traumatic injuries etc and will laser treat scars in these areas.
In regards to the incident at St George Private, unfortunatly compartment syndrome (which is what was described) is a potential complication of any orthopaedic surgery and if no additional surgery was required i.e. a faciotomy - then your daughter was extremely lucky.
To add to that i had nearly lost my left little finger in a workplace accident. Dr Nabarro operated on it & apaprt from scarring which can't be helped my finger is pretty good now. Taking into consideration the extent of my accident, in which i completely tore all my nerves & tendons & also fractured it he did a brilliant job. He also re-operated a while after to help relieve the scar tissue that had built up. Again i praise him for his work.Originally Posted by Nicholas
Last edited by Rachel76; 03-08-2007 at 06:19 PM.
ive had TFCC surgery by dr nabarro and all is going well!
Just for the mother who wrote about her daughter nearly losing a finger because of Dr Nabarro......... I have had two hands surgeries performed by Dr Nabarro and his team late last year. I now have full use of both of my hands - My surgery involved risk that I had to consider (no matter how small) but having the surgery far out weighed not having the surgery.
If Dr Nabarro did not operate on your daughters finger, what would it be like now? It is important to recognise that all operations involve risk and assessment of risk...
You are to blame for accepting the risks on behalf of your child!
Thankyou to Dr Nabarro and your team...
had operation 10 yrs ago for dupatrons but have come back with a vengance,also suffer fronm sympathetic reflex.
anybody had good results with this operation dr at time was named Dilly in burwood, dont know if he still practice
can anyone let me know the best hand specialist/surgeon for trigger fingers in the st. george area?
Many cricketers get injury in their hands. this post will some of the domestic cricketers to take treatment.
Guys.. thanks a lot for a great info. 2 years back my friend got some problem with his left wrist and that was a hectic we couldn't find one for our need (I'm from Denmark). We are planning by this year end..I think this information would be very useful.