Dr. James Gluck is a board
certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in
surgery of the hand and microvascular surgery.
After earning undergraduate degrees in chemistry and biology at Youngstown
Dr. Gluck went on to receive his medical degree from Northeastern Ohio
University College of Medicine. He then completed a five-year residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Henry
in Detroit. In addition, Dr.
Gluck holds a fellowship in hand and microvascular
surgery from the University of Iowa.
At Kansas Orthopaedic
Center, Dr. Gluck sees his role as
being both a healer and an educator. He believes that a physician must not
only provide a diagnosis, treatment plan and treatment, but should also
inform patients of the medical options available to them and guide them in
making healthcare decisions. A proactive role on the part of patients is
central to his treatment philosophy.
Dr. Gluck serves on the staffs of Via Christi Health System, Wesley
and Surgery Center of Kansas.
He is also a participant in the Orthopaedic Surgery
Residency Training Program in Wichita.
He also holds numerous professional associations including the American Academy
of Orthopaedic Surgeons,
American Medical Association, Kansas Medical Society and the Medical Society
of Sedgwick County.
native who enjoys the Midwest, Dr. Gluck is right at
home in the Air Capital. He’s a private pilot with an instrument rating. Wichita’s
central location makes it the perfect base for weekend flying excursions with
Dr. Gluck treats the