Your Orthopaedic Care Center in Delaware County, PA
From the tips of your fingers to your shoulder, your arms are one of the most-used and most important parts of your body. When you have pain in one or both of your arms, caused by a chronic condition like arthritis, tendonitis, carpal tunnel or cubital tunnel syndrome, or a sports injury like a torn tendon or ligament, or a broken bone in your shoulder, elbow, wrist, or hand, come see the orthopaedic specialists at your local orthopaedic care center in Delaware County, PA, at Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center.
With two locations in Delaware County, PA, in Havertown and Glen Mills, you’re never far from the treatment you need, or from the doctors you can trust to give you the best orthopaedic care available.
What We Can Do for You
At our orthopaedic care center, we help people with every chronic condition and treat all kinds of traumatic injuries, including:
- Carpal Tunnel
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Tendon problems, including Tendonitis
- Trigger Finger and Trigger Thumb
- Wrist problems, including sprains, strains, and synovitis
- Arthritis and other sources of inflammation
- All kinds of sports-related injuries (fractures, torn ligaments, and broken bones)
- …and much more!
Commitment to Research
Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center has been a leader in introducing and advancing new surgeries and other innovative medicine, including joint replacements, tendon transplants, and more. We may be local to you, but thanks to the progress we’ve made, Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center’s reputation reaches far beyond the Delaware County, PA area.
The Orthopaedic Care Center You’ve Been Looking For
Whether you need one of our industry-leading surgeries for an injury or therapy for a chronic condition, you don’t have to venture far to get the help you need. At Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center’s two Delaware County, PA locations, our surgeons have decades of combined experience, and are members of professional societies as the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and the American Medical Association. Since our surgeons have dedicated their entire careers to orthopaedic arm care, they’re some of the most qualified specialists in the country.
They can help you with your hand, wrist, elbow, or shoulder problems. The pain of your fracture can become a distant memory. They can get your trigger finger or trigger thumb back in shape, orbring that tendon inflammation under control with recovery that offers long-term prevention of pain.
To take the first step toward treatment for your arm condition, call or email Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center to schedule an appointment.