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Dr Laszlo  Zolczer

Mr Laszlo Zolczer

MD, FRCS (eqv)

Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon

Sub-Specialties
  • Foot and Ankle, Hand and Wrist
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Mr Laszlo Zolczer is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Croydon who specialises in Upper and Lower Limb surgery.

    Mr Zolczer trained and graduated at the Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest. He completed post-graduate Orthopaedic & Trauma training in the UK at Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Institute, Oswestry, Shropshire, and at Croydon University Hospital – delegated by St Georges University Hospital, London.

    Since 1994 he continued to work and develop his Orthopaedic and Trauma surgical practice at Croydon, taking up his current full-time position as Consultant in 2001.

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    Upper limb:
    Common tendon, joint conditions, chronic pain, arthritis, sport injuries, sprains,  which require investigations (X-rays, US scan, MRI scans or EMG) followed by conservative ( splint, physiotherapy, steroid and local anaesthetic injections)  or surgical treatment.

    - Tennis/ Golfer’s elbow, De Quervain’s wrist pain (Inflamed tendon conditions)

    - Elbow bursitis (swollen elbow)

    - Wrist ganglion cyst

    - Carpal tunnel syndrome

    - Trigger finger; Dupuytren’s palm or finger contracture



    Lower limb:   
    Sport injuries, joint sprains, “locked” knees, common tendon, joint conditions, chronic pain, arthritis, requiring investigations (X-rays, US scan or MRI scans) followed by conservative ( splint, physiotherapy, steroid and local anaesthetic injections)  or surgical (Arthroscopic) treatment.

    - Knee arthritis for injection and physiotherapy

    - Knee sport injuries, cartilage (meniscus) tear for “key-hole” surgery (Arthroscopy)

    - Patellar tendinopathy (Jumper’s knee)

    - Foot/ankle sport injuries, common tendon conditions, joint pain which need steroid and local anaesthetic injections

    - Ankle/foot ligament sprains, ganglion cysts

    - Big toe (hallux) and lesser toe problems, bunions, overlapping/cross-over toe deformities

    - ‘Policeman’s heel’, plantar fasciitis, heel spur

    - Morton’s neuroma, ingrown toe nail problem

    Where required specialist diagnostic tests will be carried out on site, mostly on the same day, including: X-rays, US - MRI - scans, nerve test (EMG).

Practice locations

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