Hand Surgery at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

If your child was born with hand differences or trauma, we can help.

The Pediatric Hand Surgery Clinic at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh offers surgical or nonsurgical treatment options for hand problems.

We strive to achieve optimal function and appearance for every child at the earliest possible age.

Children’s Hand Conditions We Treat

Our staff has expert training in caring for kids with a wide range of congenital hand conditions including:

We also care for children and young adults dealing with various forms of hand trauma including:

  • Tendon injuries.
  • Finger, hand, and wrist fractures.
  • Nerve injuries.
  • Amputation injuries – replantation.

Your Child’s Hand Care Team

Our team of pediatric specialists includes:

  • Hand surgeons.
  • Occupational therapists.
  • Physical therapists.

This allows us to provide your child with complete, tailored hand surgery care, including:

  • Casting.
  • Splinting.
  • Hand rehab.

Our experts

Alex Davit, MD
Director, Pediatric Hand Surgery Clinic

Contact the Pediatric Hand Surgery Clinic at UPMC Children's

The clinic takes referrals from all health care providers. It also takes self-referrals.

Check with your health insurance plan to find out if you need a doctor’s referral. Also, before making an appointment, make sure we accept your insurance.

To make an appointment or learn more about our program, call 412-692-8650.

Our clinic’s primary location is at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Lawrenceville, Pa.

We also see children through our hand telemedicine clinic.

UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
4401 Penn Ave.
Floor 3
Pittsburgh, PA 15224