Stephen V. Hiatt, MD

Stephen V. Hiatt

Contact Information

  • Office 913-381-5225
  • After Hours 913-381-5225
  • Fax 913-901-0186
  • Orthopedics NOW! Urgent Orthopedic Care 913-652-6400


Main Location

Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic
10701 Nall Avenue
Suite 200
Overland Park, KS 66211
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Hospital Affiliations

Menorah Medical Center
Mid-America Surgery Institute
Surgicenter of Kansas City
Saint Luke's South Hospital
Saint Luke's South Surgery Center
Olathe Medical Center

Areas of Interest

Treatment of the Hand and Upper Extremity, Fractures, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Arthritis, Dislocations, Tendinitis, Nerve Compression Conditions, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Dr. Hiatt is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with extensive expertise of the hand and upper extremities. He specializes in treating fractures, rotator cuff injuries, arthritis, dislocations, tendinitis, and nerve compression conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome.

Dr. Hiatt's goal is to maximize nonoperative treatment options and utilize operative treatments only when necessary.

Outside of work, Dr. Hiatt enjoys spending time in Kansas City with his wife.

Dr. Hiatt accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.


Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Residency: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Internship: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Medical School: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine

Certifications & Organizations

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Mid-America Orthopaedic Association
Missouri State Orthopaedic Association
Kansas City Medical Society

  • Video Transcript

    My name's Stephen Hiatt. I am a hand and upper extremity surgeon at Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic.

    I really enjoy having the opportunity to meet with patients and see their progress through their treatment. It's very rewarding to have a patient present with a complex problem that's significantly affecting their life and being able to provide them alternate treatments that can get them back to their activities that they want to perform in their life.

    I think it's important for physicians to take the time to educate their patients on what their diagnosis is and to understand how that impacts their life and how it will continue to impact their life in the future. It's important that they know that they do have options. It's important that they know what those options can provide them in the future.

    The decision to have surgery is a big decision in someone's life and has a big impact on their life and it's really important for me to help them identify what their expectations are after surgery and identify with them that they can obtain their goals.

"I am dedicated to improving the well-being of my patients with high quality medical care."

Stephen V. Hiatt, MD