Ather Mirza, M.D. is a Long Island-based orthopedic physician at Mirza Orthopedics with more than four decades of experience in diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions and injuries affecting the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. Dr. Ather Mirza is a leading orthopedic hand surgeon known for his extensive expertise, commitment to orthopedic research and innovation, and highly personalized patient focus.
Ather Mirza, M.D. has spent much of his career developing innovative approaches to surgery and pioneering new surgical techniques that are less invasive for his patients. He currently serves as Chief of Hand and Microsurgery-Limb Replantation at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown and as Director of North Shore Surgi-Center in Smithtown. Prior, Dr. Ather Mirza was responsible for creating the microsurgical and replantation team and services at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Smithtown, which went on to perform the first major extremity implants.
Dr. Ather Mirza frequently lectures and leads seminars both nationally and internationally on hand and upper extremity topics, including the latest advances in surgical techniques, and has published and presented hundreds of papers in his field of expertise. He has also been involved in the successful product development of cutting-edge medical devices to treat conditions of the hand and upper extremity, including carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, and distal radius fractures.