Meet Our providers

The experienced team at Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery offers the highest quality orthopedic care to people of all ages. The talented physicians are highly skilled in both plastic and orthopedic surgery. They’re passionate about this specialty, and they love what they do.

“Aspiring for excellence and compassion in providing our services”

The Team

Our providers

Michael Larsen, MD

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Jonathan Yang, MD

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Kevin Han, MD

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Allen Liu, MD

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Lloyd Champagne, MD

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Joshua Mirrer, MD

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Steven Bastian, MD

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Todd Richards, MD

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Brent Schultz, MD

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Philip Bennion, MD

Leonard Bodell, MD

Michael Larsen, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Jonathan Yang, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Kevin Han, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Allen Liu, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Lloyd Champagne, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Joshua Mirrer, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Steven Bastian, MD

Orthopedic Hand Surgeon

Todd Richards, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Brent Schultz, MD

Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Hand Surgeon

Phillip Bennion, MD

Orthopedic Shoulder & Knee Surgeon

Leonard Bodell, MD

Orthopedic Hand Surgeon

Committed professionals

Here to serve the community. Our medical team is comprised of the best individuals in the industry. We treat every patient with the highest quality of care.

Committed professionals

Here to serve the community. Our medical team is comprised of the best individuals in the industry. We treat every patient with the highest quality of care.

Our physicians assistants

Steven Harrison

Physicians Assistant

Amber Wachtmann

Physicians Assistant

Shannon Leipus

Physicians Assistant

Steven Harrison

Amber Wachtmann

Shannon Leipus

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tel: (602) 258-4788

Recognize the Symptoms of Trigger Finger

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