M. Lance Tavana, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery
MD awarded by Temple University, 2004 General Surgery Internship: University of South Florida Plastic Surgery Residency: University of South Florida Hand Surgery Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Special interests: Plastic and reconstructive surgery, hand and upper extremity surgery
Dr. Tavana currently practices hand and upper extremity surgery as well as general plastic and reconstructive surgery. He treats all conditions of the upper extremity from the elbow to fingertip, including but not limited to: rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, fractures, amputations, lacerations, tendon and nerve injuries, congenital conditions, Dupuytren’s disease , carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, hand/wrist/elbow pain, tennis elbow and sports injuries.