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Qualifications and Experience
******PLEASE NOTE: DR. CASH IS AN ORTHOPEDIC HAND SURGEON ONLY*****
Stephen L. Cash M.D. has been in the full time practice of hand and microsurgery since 1984. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and holds a special Certificate of Added Qualification in Surgery of the Hand. He is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery.
From 1984 to 1989 he was a staff member of the Philadelphia Hand Center, and since 1989 until today he has been chief hand surgeon at the Lankenau Hospital and Medical Research Center. He holds a faculty position as Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University, served as medical director of the hand clinic at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, and also is on staff at the Bryn Mawr and Paoli Hospital. He teaches medical students, orthopaedic and general surgery residents, and has lectured on various topics in hand surgery.
Verified Patient Reviews
Very good doctor. Took his time and had a very positive, professional attitude.
I love going to Dr. Cash's office because he's professional and the staff is wonderful and very personable which makes my visits easier.
I went to Dr. Cash for my carpal tunnel problems. My ENTIRE experience was fantastic! From my first appointment to my EMG to my pre-op tests to my operation. I'm in recovery now but I could not recommend Dr. Cash, his staff, and Lankenau Hospital more! ??
Dr. Cash and staff always very nice and welcoming.
Very professional and efficient.
Lovely staff and Dr. Cash very attentive and professional.
Dr. Cash and staff were so wonderful and kind. I'm thankful his staff was accommodating.
He was very thorough and relatable.
He's great. However, they never got a notice from you about the appt. they fit. me in.
Dr. Cash was very nice! I had a lot of questions and he tried to answer each one in a way I would understand. I did notice he was more than qualified to do what I needed surgery wise. I was grateful that he was honest enough to tell me that going through with what he recommended could cause pain in another area, which of course stopped me from pursuing the surgery. We need more doctors like him, who are not so eager to cause more pain.