Farhad Darbandi

Farhad Darbandi, MD

Orthopedics | Hand Surgery
Languages: English, Persian (Farsi)
133 Ratings, 25 Reviews
HonorHealth Medical Group


  • Orthopedics
  • Hand Surgery


  • Residency

    University of Texas Southwestern
  • Education

    Keck School of Medicine at USC
  • Fellowship

    Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery/Hand Surgery


Dr. Farhad Darbandi is a board certified orthopedic surgeon with subspecialty certification in hand surgery, including microsurgery. Dr. Darbandi has special interest in fracture care, as well as nerve and tendon pathology in the hand, wrist, or elbow. He treats patients aged two and up. 

Read more about Dr. Darbandi's areas of focus, including carpal tunnel syndrome, thumb arthritis, and trigger finger

Clinical Interests

  • Hand Fracture
  • Carpal Tunnel/Cubital Tunnel/Nerve Compression
  • Wrist Surgery
  • Wrist Fracture
  • Scaphoid Fracture
  • Forearm Fracture
  • Tendon/Nerve Lacerations
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Trigger Finger/Tendonitis


  • Hiking
  • Spending time outdoors

Ratings & Reviews

4.8 out of 5
Patient Rating - 133 Ratings
Provider discussed treatment options
Provider showed concern
Provider explained things clearly
Provider included you in decisions
Likelihood of recommending this provider
25 Reviews

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