Congenital Hand Deformities
A congenital hand abnormality is a variation in the normal formation of the hand that occurs when the fetus is in the womb. Most hand abnormalities are not hereditary (meaning they do not run in families) or preventable, and many cannot be detected before birth. If your child has a congenital hand deformity, turn to the expert staff of The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center.
The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center provides specialized diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for injuries and conditions relating to the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulders.
Named a Top Hospital for Hands by Philadelphia magazine, the physicians of The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center have developed a number of innovations for the treatment of injured and diseased hands now used by surgeons throughout the world.
We offer 12 convenient office locations including Center City Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and Cherry Hill, New Jersey, for diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment.