Mr Hashemi is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Croydon, who specialises in hand and wrist surgery.
Mr Hashemi treats patients for upper limb/hand disorders including:
Carpal tunnel syndrome and cubital tunnel syndrome
Tenosynovitis and tendonitis
Rheumatoid arthritis & thumb arthritis
Hand and finger infection
Trigger finger and thumb
Hand and wrist fractures
Tennis and golfers’ elbow
Painful wrist, hand and fingers and thumb
Stiff hand and fingers and thumb
Most common surgical procedures carried out:
Carpal tunnel decompression
Excision of ganglion
Release of trigger finger/thumb
Base of thumb joint reconstruction
Tennis elbow release
M.D. University of Birmingham-
Mr Hashemi qualified from Birmingham University in 1973 and completed his training at United Birmingham Hospitals where he conducted a study on trauma, leading to an MD Thesis.
In 1985 he took up the post of Consultant in Emergency Medicine with an interest in hand surgery, and started the first open acute hand clinic in Surrey. Since then he has been providing a comprehensive service for the acute and chronic upper limb disorders. He is a full member of the British as well as European Society for Surgery of the Hand.
In addition to his MD, Mr Hashemi has carried out extensive research projects resulting in over 60 publications in scientific medical journals.
He was in 1997 in receipt of “Silver Award” in recognition of the service to medicine.
M.B, Ch. B, University of Birmingham
Croydon University Hospital