Stephen A. Kennedy, M.D., F.R.C.S.C., is a hand, wrist and elbow surgeon with expertise repairing and reconstructing with soft tissue, bone and joint replacement techniques. Dr. Kennedy treats traumatic sports and workplace injuries, arthritis, nerve problems, masses, cysts, tumors and tendon problems.
Dr. Kennedy completed medical school and orthopedic residency at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver; a hand and microsurgery fellowship at the University of Washington, Seattle; and an arthroscopy and sports medicine fellowship at Pan Am Clinic at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.
Dr. Kennedy’s clinical interests include hand, wrist and elbow trauma, elbow instability, stiffness, arthritis and deformity, carpel tunnel syndrome and arthroscopy of wrist and elbow. His research interests include outcomes in hand and upper extremity trauma, advances in joint reconstruction surgery, technology for the improvement of patient care and advances in methods in surgical education.
Dr. Kennedy enjoys getting outdoors, spending time with family, playing ice hockey, running, rowing, swimming and reading about new ideas in technology, design and economics.