We diagnose, treat, repair and manage the complete rehabilitation of all conditions and injuries to the hand, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder. Patients of all ages, from athletes to active adults to children and disabled seniors, turn to the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center for expert surgical, non-surgical and rehabilitative care for upper extremity injuries and conditions.
- Auto (Pennsylvania; NJ with pre-authorization)
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield
- Keystone Health Plan East
- Keystone Mercy Health Plan
- Personal Choice
- United Healthcare
- PA and NJ Worker's Compensation
We help guide you through insurance and new patient procedures so you can focus on getting better.
Is shoulder pain slowing you down? Call 1-800-385-PHSC to make an appointment with Dr. Kenneth Kearns
Is shoulder pain slowing you down? Call 1-800-385-PHSC to make an appointment with Dr. Kenneth Kearns, a Board Certified Shoulder…
"I would recommend Dr. Strohl for anyone needing surgery. He is extremely knowledgeable and can explain the procedure in plain English! Before my surgery I was in constant paid from my arthritis, cortisone shots were of no relief. After surgery, I am PAIN FREE!! What a relief to full use of my hand for daily activities and sports! Thank you Dr. Strohl!" —February 2019
"Dr. Wilson helped me when I fractured my distal radius to a point where I needed to have a plate inserted. This was my first surgery ever, and he made me feel comfortable and was very informational when it came to letting me know what needed to be done. I am now fully healed and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the results and outcome of the surgery. Everyone at the Hand to Shoulder center is very kind and compassionate. Dr. Wilson is a great guy and surgeon!" —January 2019
"Dr. Osterman is an amazing doctor. He did an amazing job on both my surgeries. He was able to find and repair damage that many other doctors could not. Wonderful bed side manner and explains everything to you in great detail. His staff is also fantastic. I recommend Dr. Osterman to anyone who had an issues with their hand." —August 2017