Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS, Urology, Sexual Wellness & Prostate Cancer
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Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS


72 Sharp St Suite A10 Hingham Massachusetts, 02043




  • Dr. Clifford Gluck is a widely known Urologist in Hingham, MA certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr Gluck has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years, and specializes in advanced sexual wellness for women and men. With cutting edge procedures and techniques, he is helping to transform the landscape of sexual health.
  • Dr. Gluck holds degrees from Stanford University, the UCLA School of Medicine, and Harvard University. His focus now includes rejuvenating the body and mind through highly specialized wellness procedures.
  • Dr. Gluck holds awards from America's Top Urologists '10-'15, America's Top Surgeons '11-'16, America's Top Doctors, Best of Boston 2016, and America's Best Physicians '17-'18. Dr. Clifford Gluck is one of the few physicians in Massachusetts to specialize in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
  • Dr. Gluck's Wellness Center offers: - High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound for Prostate Cancer - Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy - PRP Injection for Men and Women - Votiva Non-Invasive Tissue Remodeling for Women - Emsella Chair for Urinary Incontinence - Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy for Men - Xeomin (Botox Alternative) for Men and Women


Education and Training

Stanford University BS Biology with Honors 1980

UCLA School of Medicine M.D. 1984

Harvard Urology FACS 1990

Board Certification

American Board of Urology

Provider Details

Male English, French
Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS
Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS's Expert Contributions
  • Sexual Health and Wellness for Women and Men

    I once received an anonymous letter at my office which changed my practice. As a urologist for 30 years, I have spent much of my career devoted to helping men with erectile dysfunction. It was after helping a man that I received the “anonymous” letter. Like a frightening ransom note, the letters...

  • Random bump on penis?

    It appears to be a molluscum contagiosum, a very common viral lesion found in children. It’s easily spread through water or towels or another contact. It does not have to be sexually transmitted. It will usually resolve by itself. It's not harmful. Clifford D Gluck MD FACS 72 Sharp St Suite A-10 Hingham, MA 02043 781-337-6737 www.cliffordgluckmd.com READ MORE

  • Does varicocele affect sperm?

    A varicocoele may affect fertility. About 10% of men have a left sided varicocoele due, in part, to the anatomical effect of the compression of the left renal vein between the superior mesenteric artery and the aorta (the “nutcracker effect”) increasing the venous pressure in the left gonadal vein. This pressure leads to varicose veins in and around the testicle. The scrotum is a cooling device for the testicles, resulting in a drop of 1-2 degrees below body temperature. The varicocoele may interfere with the cooling of the testicles, and thus impair fertility. The reasons behind the varicocoele/fertility question are more complex, and not fully understood as of yet. While many men have a varicocoele, most are not infertile. Yet correcting a varicocoele for a man with infertility results in pregnancy in about 50% of cases. READ MORE

  • My husband is impotent?

    Yes, it is possible to have an orgasm without having an erection. Orgasm happens within the brain, even though it is manifested through the pelvic organs. It is also possible for people with spinal cord damage to have an orgasm by stimulating the head and the face. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS READ MORE

  • Is pain after urinating normal?

    Pain after urinating in a man may indicate infection of the bladder or prostate. It can also be the result of a bladder spasm, or overactive bladder. An evaluation by a physician should include both a urinalysis and a physical exam. Depending on the findings, treatment and further testing may be appropriate. READ MORE

  • I have a brownish discharge while urinating since yesterday. What could it be?

    Brownish urine can mean many things. It can mean blood in the urine, usually old blood, it can also mean bile in the urine. If you have liver disease the urine can turn brown. A fistula to the bladder or urethra from the colon can cause brownish fecal matter to color the urine. A brownish discharge from the urethra maybe either blood or an infection. I would advise you to get checked by a urologist. A urinalysis should be done. Clifford D Gluck MD FACS READ MORE

  • UTI

    Chronic urinary tract infections in the elderly are usually the result of arophic vaginitis. With the loss of hormones at menopause, the wall of the vagina thins out and is unable to support healthy bacteria to prevent urinary tract infections. As you know, the vagina and the bladder are neighbors, and after menopause the vagina becomes a bad neighbor. This can be reversed through a couple of different strategies. One is to provide hormonal replacement, which should be bioidentical, such as estradiol and progesterone. A non-hormonal solution is through radio frequency vaginal rejuvenation, ThermiVa. This treatment induces the growth of new healthy vaginal tissue. With the addition of oral probiotics, the vagina can support a colony of healthy bacteria to prevent the “bad” bacteria from causing urinary tract infections. I have used this strategy in several of my patients, with good success. Additional benefits are improved vaginal hygiene, appearance, and lubrication. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS READ MORE

  • Urine trac pain

    There are many reasons to have pain in both the pelvic area or the lower back. If they are connected, it could be due to urinary tract infection, but it could also be due to a condition such as interstitial cystitis. That is a benign, but painful condition, which can be treated in a variety of ways. It is important for you to have another evaluation. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS READ MORE

  • My husband has difficulty maintaining an erection. What can we do to improve our sex life?

    I would recommend a full evaluation with a urologist as well as primary care physician. If medication is not working, such as Viagra or Levitra or Cialis or Stendra, then other new and exciting treatments are available. There is some good evidence that platelet rich plasma and Low intensity shockwave therapy can restore improved function. READ MORE

  • I am 5 months pregnant and I am suffering from a burning sensation every time I urinate. What could it be?

    You should immediately check with your doctor to rule out a urinary tract infection or a kidney stone. READ MORE

  • Does urine incontinence indicate a weak bladder?

    Your symptoms indicate genuine stress urinary incontinence, the most likely result of relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles, increased mobility of the urethra during coughing, and subsequent leakage of urine. There are new in exciting therapy is available, which are non-invasive. One is the Emsella chair, the other is a ThermiVa radio frequency energy. Emsella uses focused magnetic resonance energy to achieve forceful contraction of the pelvic floor muscles, and restore continence, simply by sitting fully clothed on the device. I ThermiVa uses a gentle radio frequency energy To induce collagenesis and restore vaginal integrity and thickness. It also may have a calming effect on the bladder. READ MORE

  • What could be the reason behind my pain during urination?

    I would ask your doctor about the possibilities of either prostatitis or interstitial cystitis. These are two conditions which might have a normal urine but still result in painful urination. Although interstitial cystitis is most often diagnosed in women, it is fairly prevalent in the male population. READ MORE

  • Itching and burning while passing urine continues after antibiotics. What could be the reason?

    Yes you should check with your doctor, and all appropriate tests to rule out STDs, as well as a urine culture. Make sure you follow up with your doctor regarding the results in any further therapy that might be needed. It is always wise to check the prostate to make sure there is no inflammation or prostatitis. READ MORE

  • My urine smells. Is it an infection?

    Are you changing your underwear because you are incontinent? You may have a urine infection, or a more serious problem. Get your urine checked with your doctor today. Follow up with your regular doctor. You may need the help of a urologist. READ MORE

  • Why should people with kidney stones avoid spinach?

    In the United States, the most common type of kidney stone is made from calcium oxalate. Spinach is very high in oxalates, as well as some other related leafy green vegetables such as Swiss chard or kale. You can eat the spinach in moderation, but there are better ways to prevent the stones, starting with hydration, and some forms of medication. This is a good question to discuss with your urologist. READ MORE

  • What is the test recommended to learn the cause of smelly and yellow urine?

    You should immediately consult your doctor for a urinalysis, culture, and any further work up that is indicated from the results of that test. Smelly urine can indicate infection, or it may be very innocent result of eating vegetables. Asparagus is notorious for smelly urine in some people. READ MORE

  • Can regular consumption of cranberry juice keep a UTI away?

    A few studies suggest that an acidified urine may help to prevent some infections. Larger trials to look at cranberry juice have found no beneficial effect from drinking the juice in order to prevent infection or stones. READ MORE

  • Is cloudy urine a sign of an infection?

    Cloudy urine may be the result of precipitation of benign crystals, or it could mean infection. Usually if there is an infection, there are symptoms associated with an irritable bladder, such as urinary frequency and pain on urination. In any event, I would recommend you see your doctor to have the urine checked for infection or cells and appropriate follow-up depending on the results. READ MORE

  • How will I know if my kidney stone has gone out in my urine or not?

    I’m trying to pass a small kidney stone, you can strain your urine through a regular strainer or disposable strainer given to you by your doctor. To ensure that the stone has passed, follow up imaging should be performed. Of course, if you develop pain out of control, fever, chills, or severe urinary problems, Then you should go seek immediate emergency medical care. READ MORE

  • I have dark urine despite being hydrated - What's wrong?

    Dark yellow urine can represent either dehydration, concentration of vegetables in the urine, or sometimes vitamins. Check your diet and vitamins, if you were taking a lot of beta-carotene, that can color urine yellow. READ MORE

Expert Publications

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Areas of expertise and specialization

UrologySexual WellnessProstate CancerHigh-intensity Focused Ultrasound for Prostate CancerUrinary IncontinenceEmsella Chair for Urinary Incontinence in Men and WomenVotiva by InMode Aesthetics - Non-invasive Tissue Remodeling for WomenErectile DysfunctionLow-intensity Shockwave TherapyPlatelet Rich Plasma Injection - PRP ShotBioidentical Hormone Replacement TherapyThermiVaXeominARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant SystemRezūm Water Vapor Therapy


  • Best of Boston: Doctors Boston Magazine 
  • Hartwell Harrison Award 32 Harvard Program in Urology 
  • Top Urologist America’s Top Doctors 

Professional Memberships

  • Society of Laparoscopic/Endoscopic Surgeons  
  • Massachusetts Association of Professional Urologists  
  • Massachusetts Medical Society  
  • American Urological Association, New England Section  
  • Fellow American College of Surgeons  
  • American Medical Association  


  • Tufts Medical Center

Professional Society Memberships

  • American Urological Association, Massachusetts Medical Society

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Perseverance.

Favorite professional publications

  • Scientific publications

Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, MD, FACS's Practice location

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Get to know Urologist Dr. Clifford D. Gluck, who serves patients in Hingham, Massachusetts. 

Having been practicing medicine for more than 30 years, Dr. Gluck is a widely known urologist who is highly recommended among doctors who treat erectile dysfunction, provide incontinence treatment for men and women, and many other sexual health treatments. He is the Founder of Dr. Gluck’s Wellness Center in Hingham, Massachusetts, where he strives to deliver personalized treatments that help patients achieve their peak sexual health for a happy and fulfilling sex life.

Specializing in advanced sexual wellness and performing cutting edge procedures and techniques, like the HIFU procedure for prostate cancer, Dr. Gluck is helping to transform the landscape of sexual wellness for women and men. He is known for providing his patients with exceptional care and is certified in many advanced procedures.

Dr. Gluck is board-certified in urology by the American Board of Urology, whose mission is to act for the benefit of the public by establishing and maintaining standards of certification for urologists, as well as to work with certified urologists to achieve lifelong learning to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe, and ethical urologic care. 

In addition to being a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, he remains a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Urological Association, the Massachusetts Medical Society, the American Society for Sexual Medicine, the International Society for Sexual Medicine, the Society of Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeons, the American Medical Association, the Massachusetts Association for Practicing Urologists, and the American Association of Clinical Urologists.

After graduating from Stanford University with honors, Dr. Gluck went on to study at the UCLA School of Medicine, where he received his medical degree. Thereafter, he began his post-doctoral work with an internship in general surgery at Tufts-New England Medical Center and a residency in general surgery at the UCLA Center for Health Sciences. He then completed his four-year residency in urology at the highly selective Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Program, ultimately serving as Chief Resident in Urology at Brigham & Women’s Hospital during his final year.

Attributing his success to perseverance, his focus now includes rejuvenating the body and mind through highly specialized wellness procedures. He is one of the few physicians in Massachusetts to specialize in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy.

Urology, also known as genitourinary surgery, is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the male and female urinary-tract system and the male reproductive organs. Urologists specialize in diseases of the urinary tract and the male reproductive system. Patients may be referred to a urologist if their physician suspects they may need treatment for a condition relating to the bladder, urethra, ureters, kidneys, and adrenal glands. 

Recognized as an expert in his field, Dr. Gluck holds awards from America’s Top Urologists (2010-2015), America’s Top Surgeons (2011-2016), America’s Top Doctors – Best of Boston (2016), and America’s Best Physicians (2017-2018). 

Outside of the office, he is an avid health and wellness practitioner. He stays busy by exercising, maintaining his Paleo diet, playing the trumpet, competing in Pro-Am dance competitions, and traveling to destinations around the world. He believes in living life to the fullest, staying active, and optimizing his health.

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