For more than 45 years, the fellowship-trained physicians and therapists of Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center have provided surgical and non-surgical care and therapeutic rehabilitation for al injuries, conditions and diseases of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder, including:
Check out Dr. Thomas Gillon’s piece about preventing common winter injuries to hands, wrist, arms, elbows and shoulders that appeared in Bucks/Montgomery Physicians READ MORE HERE Read more “How to Prevent Common Winter Injuries to Hands, Wrist, Arms, Elbows and Shoulders”
See us featured on the cover of Chester County Life magazine, where we talk about celebrating the gift of restoration this holiday season! READ MORE HERE
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 & Elbow Specialist. Dr. Kearns sees patients in our King of Prussia office (near the King of Prussia Mall), Havertown office, Willow Grove office, and Center City office.
Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center executives, from left, Jennifer Kuruc, Dr. A. Lee Osterman and Andrew B. Cooney, at the practice’s King of Prussia location.
PHSC Therapist Lauren DeTullio was quoted in an article about tools and techniques to keep crafters healthy in the latest issue Arthritis Today magazine. Crafty Solutions for putting your body weight to work.
CBS Philly featured the inspirational story about our patient Bruce Goebel, who nearly severed his hand with a table saw. With his hand left with only minimal attachment Bruce was suddenly facing life as an amputee, but was given a second chance. Thanks to Board Certified Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon, Dr. Rowena McBeath, our elite specialized occupational hand therapists, and his own positive attitude and motivation, Bruce not only achieved his own successful recovery, but is committed to the success story of others as well.
PLAINS TOWNSHIP, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – There is more evidence you do not have to travel long distances to get high-quality medical treatment. An internationally renowned orthopaedic surgeon who has treated many professional athletes is now exclusively operating in northeastern Pennsylvania. READ MORE HERE
To learn tips on how to keep your hands safe in the kitchen READ MORE HERE