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     Dr. Lewis is an orthopedic surgery specialist treating problems from the fingertip to the shoulder. He is fellowship trained in both hand and elbow surgery at the Philadelphia Hand Center at Thomas Jefferson University, and in sports medicine and shoulder arthroscopy at the Lake Tahoe sports medicine fellowship.
     Our office has an integrated system of physician assistant, hand therapists, fluoroscopy, digital xray, ultrasound, nerve conduction testing, procedure room, and surgery center.
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Common conditions treated:
Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair/impingement/revision
Arthroscopic shoulder SLAP and labral repair
Platelet rich plasma injections
Carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel surgery
Revision/failed carpal tunnel surgery     
Nerve and tendon injuries/transfers
Tennis and golfer's elbow
Finger mucous cyst excision
Thumb arthritis reconstruction
Percutaneous and open trigger release
Needle aponeurotomy and Xiaflex
Dupuytren's contracture surgery
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