Laszlo Zolczer


Sub Specialities

Children’s upper and lower limb problems for example knee pain, bowed legs and intoeing/out-toeing gait, sprains, joint pains, other injuries and deformities.


MD, FRCS (eqv)

NHS Base
Croydon University Hospital, Croydon, Surrey


Mr. Zolczer was educated in Budapest and after graduation from Semmelweis Medical University, he completed his postgraduate training at The Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Institute, Oswestry. He joined Croydon University Hospital in 1995 and is currently a Consultant with significant experience of both paediatric and adult orthopaedic/trauma conditions with treatment including arthroscopic knee surgery for which he has a wealth of experience.


Mr Zolczer has over 20 years experience in hand surgery including common acute and chronic tendon conditions.  The range of conditions include carpal tunnel condition, tennis elbow syndrome, trigger finger, Dupytren’s contractures, De Quervains tenosynovitis, and ganglion conditions.

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