Arm, Elbow, Hand and Wrist, Shoulder


Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Deformity, Disability, Joint Replacement, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures, Tumor/Oncology

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My approach to treating patients

Practicing at The Shriners Hospital for Children allows me to focus on the needs of our patients and their families, without the interference of insurance companies or cost concerns. But more importantly, the generosity of the Shriners and other benefactors have provided us with tremendous resources to devote to each and every one of our children. We want our patients to feel welcome and our parents to know that we treat your children like we would treat our own, with the very best care available anywhere. As an educator, I stive to keep myself on the cutting edge of medical breakthroughs, both to teach these to my residents and to better inform and serve my patients and their families. Through dedication to research, I also hope to improve outcomes for my patients, and for those patients whom I may never meet.

Our practice serves as a referral center for complex congenital, traumatic, and reconstructive problems of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand. Our research and clinical interests focus on children with congenital differences, pediatric fractures, and restoration of upper extremity function after brain, nerve, or spinal cord injury.

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Contact Information

Shriners Hospital for Children 3551 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA USA 19140 View map Phone (215) 430-4288

Other staff in my practice

Scott H. Kozin, MD
Harold Van Bosse, MD
Patrick Cahill, MD
Amer Samdani, MD
Randall Betz, MD
Phillip Alburger, MD

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