Mark A. Mahan, MD Assistant Professor

Dr. Mark Mahan specializes in complex peripheral nerve surgery, spine surgery, and neurologic reconstruction for diseases such as nerve injury, spasticity, spinal cord injury, pain syndromes, and stroke. Dr. Mahan is a neurosurgeon who specializes in peripheral nerve and spinal disorders. He completed his residency at the internationally recognized Barrow Neurologic Institute and did fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic and University of California in San Diego. He is an active researcher in spinal and nerve disorders, publishing scholarly articles routinely and has a laboratory focused on traumatic injuries to peripheral nerves. He is the only neurosurgeon in the Rocky Mountains who performs complex nerve surgery. Dr. Mahan treats nerve tumors, whether malignant, benign or related to genetic syndromes such as neurofibromatosis; nerve entrapments, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome or patients with prior surgery needing revision; nerve injuries, such as brachial plexus injuries, nerve lacerations or trauma, or iatrogenic (related to other surgery) nerve injuries; nerve pain, such as meralgica paresthetica, occipital neuralgia or other conditions requiring nerve stimulation; functional nerve reconstruction, including for post-stroke spasticity or palsy and dystonia; as well as many other conditions. Dr. Mahan also performs the complete range of spinal surgery, including oncologic, deformity, minimally invasive, and spinal trauma.

University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Certificate of Attendance: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation