P. Stephen Mahoney, MD, FACS
Hand & Upper Extremity Specialist
Dr. Mahoney is a fellowship trained surgeon of the hand. He specializes in minimally invasive treatment of the upper extremity.
Dr. Mahoney was raised in Boston, Massachussetts. He obtained his medical degree at Tulane University Medical School. He completed an internship in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the LSUMC program in New Orleans. He went on to complete surgical residencies at Boston University and Akron General Medical Center. After completing his surgical residency he completed a fellowship in hand and microsurgery at Christine M Kleinert Institute in Louisville Kentucky.
After completion of his fellowship, Dr. Mahoney remained in Louisville as a clinical instructor for the Division of Hand Surgery at the University of Louisville as well as with the Kleinert Institute. During his time with the Kleinert Institute the group performed the third successful hand transplant.
In 2007, he began working with Dr. Brown at the Brown Hand Center perfecting the minimally invasive techniques he performs today. His focus now is minimally invasive surgery, but his interests extend to all hand and wrist disorders. He understands that Phoenix is a very active community and with his patients he strives to formulate a plan that will get them back to their activities with minimal downtime.