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Dr. Luther provides diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of hand and upper extremity injuries and conditions in both adult and pediatric patients. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive surgical techniques, nerve reconstruction, and athletic injuries and quick return to play. Click on the below tabs to learn more about his services.

Gaurav Aman Luther, M.D.

Dr. Luther

Fellowship Trained Hand & Upper Extremity Surgeon

Dr. Luther is a fellowship trained Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon. He earned his BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) & MD degree from the University of Chicago. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Harvard Medical School- training at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital & Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

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Meet Dr Luther

Dr. Luther’s practice focuses on the optimal treatment of patients undergoing hand and upper extremity surgery. He emphasizes minimally invasive techniques and effective pain control to allow for rapid recovery. In addition, he specializes in complex problems of the upper extremity including degenerative and rheumatoid arthritis, nerve compression, pediatric hand anomalies, and athletic injuries.

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  • Dr Luther performed the 2nd surgery on my wrist and hand to repair damage from a previous surgery caused by a severe break and repair nerve damage. He is one of the kindest and most caring doctors I have encountered, and an outstanding surgeon. I would high recommend Dr. Luther.
  • Fantastic experience with Dr. Luther, Debbie and their team. I was treated for scaphoid ligament tear after a rugby injury. He did a great job and I only took a few Tylenols after surgery. The therapy team really pushed me to a speedy recovery. Id highly recommend him and his entire staff, a gre...
  • I tore the ulna collateral ligament on my thumb back in August 2018 during a fall but didn't see Dr. Luther until March 2019. At the time, my thumb was so unstable that I couldn't even hold a cup of coffee. Dr. Luther not only assisted with the X-ray of my hand but took the time to explain the dam...
  • Very good experience - staff and his assistant Debbie are great, and Dr. Luther is a very kind doctor.
  • Really nice doc, never rushed. He really seems to love orthopedics and explained the mechanics of the hand to me, even though he didn't need to. Oh, and it doesn't hurt that hes from Harvard....great guy.

Carpal tunnel syndrome can be surgically treated with carpal tunnel release surgery. While traditional surgery involves an incision of up to 2 inches in the palm and wrist area, endoscopic surgery involves one-quarter of an inch incision and patients can return to work the next day

Patient Resources
Patient Education VideosWatch these videos to learn more about the various conditions affecting your hands and upper extremities and their treatment options.
  • Veritas | Harvard University
  • MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Wake Orthopaedics Hand & Elbow Center
  • The University of Chicago
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons - AAOS
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand | ASSH