David Ebelke, MD

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

David Ebelke, MD

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon


Dr. David Ebelke earned his pre-med undergraduate degree from USAF Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After originally planning on attending flight school, Dr. Elbelke was chosen as part of the 3% of his class to go straight to medical school. He attended medical school at the University of Miami School of Medicine and then went on to work a 4-year orthopedic residency in San Antonio, Texas. Finally, he spent three years working as a general orthopedic surgeon in Louisiana to fulfill his military obligations.

Half of Dr. Ebelke’s one-year spine fellowship was completed at KU Medical Center and he finished the other half at North Kansas City Hospital. He has had his own private practice for 13 years specifically focusing on adult degenerative spine problems and fractures. Dr. Ebelke joined the OSI team in February of 2023.

Exercise is a big part of Dr. Ebelke’s life. He is a road bicyclist, runner, and swimmer. He has run multiple marathons including New York City, Chicago, Marine Corp, Kansas City, and Boston three times. He is also a former triathlete and has completed three full ironmans and multiple half-ironmans. Outside of his distance training hobbies, Dr. Ebelke enjoys water and snow skiing, auto mechanics, tennis, and snowboarding.

Dr. Ebelke has lived in Prairie Village for 32 years. He has three children and is currently married to his wife, a fellow exercise fanatic, who is a retired Rheumatology Nurse Practitioner. Together they have several children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Medical Training

Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas

Spine – University of Kansas School of Medicine and North Kansas City Hospital


Undergraduate Degree
USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Medical School
University of Miami School of Medicine

Certifications & Misc.

Board Certification
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

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