Micah K. Sinclair, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Department(s) of Orthopaedic Surgery
Children's Mercy Hospital
Education and Background

M.D. - Georgetown University Medical School United States
Residency - Orthopaedic Surgery, Loyola University Medical Center United States
Fellowship - Orthopaedic Hand Surgery, University of Utah United States
Board Certification - Orthopaedic Surgery
Board Certification - Orthopaedic Surgery of the Hand

Meet Micah Sinclair

Dr. Micah K. Sinclair is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with roots in Kansas City. She attended Georgetown University for both her undergraduate degree in Chemistry as well as Georgetown University Medical School. She believes strongly in the ideal of Cura Personalis, which Georgetown University Medical School embodies, and she emphasizes this in her care of patients. After medical school graduation, she moved back to the Midwest for residency at Loyola University Medical Center in the Chicagoland area. Having been inspired by and fortunate to work with internationally recognized adult and pediatric hand surgeons, Drs. Light and Bindra, she chose to pursue hand surgery. She went on to a fellowship in Salt Lake City at the University of Utah, which allowed her to train in both adult and pediatric hand surgery. Because of her passion for teaching, she began her career at the University of Cincinnati, working with the residents in the orthopaedic surgery department and the Mary S. Stern hand surgery fellows. When the opportunity arose to move home, and combine her education, experience and work interests, this has brought her to her current position.

Dr. Sinclair has returned to her hometown of Kansas City, to be a part of a community to which she feels a strong connection. Working at Children’s Mercy Hospital has provided her with the opportunity to pursue the challenging and creative aspects of hand surgery through pediatric hand surgery. This involves both congenital hand and upper extremity differences as well as injuries in children and adolescents. She participates in research with residents as well as serving as the director of the Summer Scholars program.  While she enjoys being of service regionally, she has a passion for travel and learning about all cultures. She has participated in international service trips to India, Bhutan, Columbia, South Africa and most recently Honduras. If she is not travelling internationally, you can find her with her husband and/or friends running, playing tennis, skiing or searching for adventure.