KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Philadelphia Hand Center (PHC) will open a new office in Willow Grove, Pa., on July 13, 2016, located at 2600 Easton Road. This is PHC's fifth full-service office location in Montgomery County, complete with on-site diagnostic imaging (X-Ray), electromyogram (EMG) nerve conduction testing, and occupational therapy, to provide patients with comprehensive, state-of-the-art diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical services.
"Our patients lead busy lives. As leaders in hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder orthopaedics, we believe our full-service locations reflect our continuing devotion to our patients, and we constantly strive to make innovations that improve quality of life," says Andrew B. Cooney, PHC's Executive Director. "The Philadelphia Hand Center's newest location and enhanced operational efficiencies continue to evolve, keeping pace with patients needs and allowing us to provide high quality care, exceptional value, and superior service."
At the forefront of advanced diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical techniques, PHC continually works to perfect the partnership among medical teams and expert physician practitioners. By providing diagnostic imaging, EMG and nerve conduction studies, and occupational therapy services on-site, PHC has streamlined the patient care process while also offering these services at convenient locations.
To schedule an appointment at the new location, or for more information about PHC, please visit handcenters.com or call 1(800) 971-HAND (4263).
About The Philadelphia Hand Center
Established in 1973, The Philadelphia Hand Center (PHC) offers patients one of the world's most preeminent teams of physicians specializing in orthopaedics of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder. With state-of-the-art locations throughout Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, and Luzerne Counties in Pennsylvania and Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, and Gloucester Counties in New Jersey, PHC is a group of expert physician practitioners, and clinical and academic professors, researchers, leaders, and innovators comprising more than 100 healthcare professionals constantly pursuing the best techniques available for their patients. Additionally, PHC established the Hand Rehabilitation Foundation (HRF) in 1975 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation to promote research and education, and disseminate information to physicians and therapists in this specialty.
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