Penn Orthopaedics

Penn Hand and Wrist Service

The Penn Hand and Wrist Service provides comprehensive clinical care and surgery for patients who suffer from hand and wrist injuries or problems. Penn's orthopaedic specialists are recognized leaders in patient care, providing expert diagnosis and treatment using the latest techniques and technology.

Video: Meet the Chief of Hand Surgery

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Watch an interview with David J. Bozentka, MD, an orthopaedic surgeon and the Chief of Hand Surgery at Penn Medicine.

Penn Hand and Wrist Service physicians conduct groundbreaking research and provide aggressive treatment including state-of-the-art surgical interventions to address hand, wrist and elbow problems. A dedicated team of occupational therapists, who specialize in hand and wrist rehabilitation, provide comprehensive care and help patients return to everyday function as soon as possible.