Dr. Theresa Wyrick-Glover, a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, obtained her doctorate of medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She received several honors including being named a Barton Scholar, receiving the Buchanan Key and being a member of Alpha Omega Alpha. She completed her residency in orthopedic surgery also at UAMS, where she received the Carl Nelson Resident Leadership Award. She went on to complete her fellowship in orthopedic hand surgery at Thomas Jefferson University at the Philadelphia Hand Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Wyrick-Glover’s clinical interests are in hand, wrist and elbow orthopedic surgery. She has made several presentations both locally and nationally. She is a member of numerous medical organizations, including the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society, Arkansas Orthopaedic Society, American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and American Association for Hand Surgery.
Dr. Wyrick-Glover pays attention to her patients and finds out what their specific needs are. She enjoys seeing her patients recover and be able to get back to their everyday life.