Dr. Mohammad Ali Khoshnevisan (Kosh-Nevy-Sun) completed his fellowship in orthopedic and plastic surgery hand and microsurgery at the world-renowned Christine M. Kleinert Institute and University of Louisville. During his time in Kentucky, he served at the region’s busiest Level 1 trauma center, where he gained extensive experience in operating on complex hand and upper extremity injuries and conditions.
As a healthcare provider, Dr. Khoshnevisan’s top priority is to ensure you have a clear and thorough understanding of your condition and treatment options to make a comfortable, confident, and well-informed decision about your care. He works alongside our experienced team of occupational and physical therapists to help care for your hand, wrist and upper extremity conditions and injuries. He and our team of therapists also have extensive experience caring for patients with work-related injuries and helping you regain as much function as possible.
Originally from Germantown, Maryland, Dr. Khoshnevisan attended Seneca Valley High School where he was a starting tackle for the 3A Football State Championship team. He continued his education at Juniata College where he majored in Biology and Business Information Technology. He was a four-year member of the football and track and field teams. After college, he spent a year of residence at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital serving as a Clinical Coordinator for Hand and Upper Extremity Research, and subsequently completed an M.D./M.B.A. joint-degree program at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University (M.D.) and Widener University (M.B.A in Healthcare Administration). Following graduation, he completed his surgical internship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and his surgical residency at Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, PA.
Dr. Khoshnevisan and his brother Dr. Mohammad Amin Khoshnevisan (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon) are passionate about giving back to the community and mission trips to help kids and adults in our country and abroad who are underserved. When not at work, Dr. Khoshnevisan enjoys spending time with his family, hot yoga, hiking, biking, camping, exploring state and national parks, snowboarding, and training for a sprint-triathlon. You can find him rooting for either the University of Michigan Wolverines or the underdog.