Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery located at Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823

Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C.

Stephen L. Cash M.D.

Julia Bulatova-Mayberry M.D.

Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery


100 East Lancaster Avenue Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 19096
[p] 610-642-8823  [fax] 610-896-2186 Directions

 

Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823 Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823 Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823 Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823

What We Do

Mainline Hand Surgery is a medical practice devoted exclusively to treating the entire spectrum of injuries, diseases and conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities.

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“Our task is to discern which injuries are self-limited and will resolve on their own, and which require surgery to prevent a lifetime of problems,” says Stephen Cash, MD, a hand surgeon at Lankenau Hospital.

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Our Philosophy

Stephen L. Cash M.D. Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity & Microsurgery Main Line Hand Surgery, P.C. Lankenau Medical Building East Suite 253 PA phone 610-642-8823
Our philosophy is to provide comprehensive diagnosis and state of the art treatment in a comfortable, relaxed setting. Your first visit will start with a detailed history of how and when your hand problems began, including information about previous tests and treatments. A thorough physical exam is then performed, and additional tests ordered as needed to complete your evaluation. Treatment options are then presented, and if surgery is necessary, the operation itself, the possible need for post- operative therapy, and the expected outcome will all be discussed in detail. Throughout this process you will be encouraged to ask questions. We find that our patients have the best results when they are fully informed and actively involved in their own treatment. Of course, we want your to have the best result possible!

 

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