Mahsa Mossadegh, MD, FACS

Mahsa Mossadegh, MD, FACS

       Dr. Mossadegh grew up in the suburbs of Washington DC & upstate New York. She received both her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology (1994) & her Doctorate of Medicine (1998) at The Ohio State University. She completed her General Surgery Residency at Michigan State University/KCMS in 2003 & subsequently began working at the Texas Medical Center in Houston.

      Since moving to The Woodlands in 2004, Dr. Mossadegh has been in private practice in the North Houston area providing exceptional care in the field of General, Breast & Minimally Invasive Surgery. She is board certified in General Surgery & is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Complementing her busy surgical practice, as a member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons, she has a special interest in benign & malignant diseases of the breast, providing the most current treatment options for patients diagnosed with breast cancer in our community.

     With greater than 20 years of experience & expertise in complex decision making, Dr. Mossadegh will provide the highest level of skill & care in the preoperative, operative & postoperative management of your surgical condition.

     "I strive to combine my attention to detail & meticulous surgical technique with a warm bedside manner so that my patients will have a pleasant surgical experience. I am your strongest advocate & will fight for you the way I would a family member! I am truly blessed to have a wonderful support staff who share in this approach to providing exceptional patient care. It is truly an honor & a privilege to guide you on your surgical journey & it is a responsibility I take very seriously!"

Professional Societies & Memberships

  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society of Breast Surgeons
  • Association of Women Surgeons
  • Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons
  • National Association of Professional Women
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Harris County Medical Society
  • Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons

Research Experience

2003: Colorectal Stenting to Relieve the Signs & Symptoms of an Acute Colonic Obstruction with Dr. Michael K. McLeod. Department of General Surgery. MSU/KCMS.

1998: The Advantages of Combining Bypass Grafts with Endovascular Stenting with Dr. Chadwick Tober. Department of Vascular Surgery. The Ohio State University.

1994: The Caregiver Stress & Health Study with Dr. Ronald Glaser & Dr. Janice Kiecolt-Glaser. Department of Psychoneuroimmunology. The Ohio State Unversity.

1989: Development of Fluoride Optical Fiber for Laser Surgery with Dr. Danh Tran. Infrared Fiber Systems. Silver Spring, Maryland.



Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellow & Clinical Instructor.
Department of Surgery.

University of Texas at Houston & Texas Surgical Associates



General Surgery Residency
Clinical Instructor & Chief Resident. Department of Surgery.

Michigan State University/KCMS


Doctorate of Medicine

The Ohio State University College Of Medicine And Public Health



Bachelor of Science
Psychology, cum laude.

The Ohio State University


9200 Pinecroft Drive, Suite 220,
The Woodlands, TX 77380

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Phone: (281) 296-7377
Fax: (281) 296-7255