Personal Statment

We’re all part of one big team, essentially, and that includes all of our athletic trainers who staff all of the local high schools. We know each other very well, and we trust each other a lot. That helps us provide the best care we can.

I take care of all types of patients, from 8 all the way up to 95, and I treat them like I want to be treated. I think everyone has an athlete within them, and we just need to bring that out.

Faculty Rank

  • Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine and Family and Community Medicine
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    Kim Kaiser, MD - UK HealthCare
  • Patient Stories

    Travis Johnson

    Back on the Mat

    Travis Johnson didn’t mention his shoulder pain to his trainers. The freshman cheerleader didn’t think the pain was a big deal. But when his shoulder fully dislocated during practice, he ended up in so much pain that he couldn’t sleep. The next day he went to UK HealthCare’s Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine clinic, where it was revealed he would need surgery to repair it. Travis missed the rest of the season but stayed committed to getting back on the mat. Now he’s back at full strength with no intention of slowing down.

    Read Travis Johnson’s story »

    MAc Harman

    Setback Comeback

    During practice in her freshman year, University of Kentucky Gymnast, Mac Harman’s left leg locked and she snapped her PCL, tore her LCL, tore her meniscus and broke her tibia. Thanks to UK Gymnastics team doctor and UK HealthCare Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports medicine physician, Kimberly Kaiser, and surgeon Darren Johnson, Mac was able to return to competition.

    Read Mac Harmon’s story »

    Emma Delmore

    Staying on Her Toes

    Emma Delmore was a competitive diver at the University of Kentucky. During practice, her knees buckled and she landed hard on concrete. Her pain was so severe she unable to walk and ended up in casts and a wheelchair. Emma recovered and was able to return to diving before the end of her senior year. Emma was diagnosed and treated by team physician and UK HealthCare Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine physician, Kimberly Kaiser, MD.

    Read Emma Delmore’s story »

    Gil Bagang

    No excuses. Go get it taken care of.

    Gil Bagang has been playing volleyball for years. After growing up playing tennis, he got involved with a recreational volleyball league with some friends when he was a teenager. He fell in love with the game, eventually playing at a national level. All that came crashing down when he ruptured his ACL in 2015.

    Read Gil Bagang's story »

    Jaida Garrett

    “I had to learn how to walk again”

    University of Kentucky diver, Jaida Garret was told by UK Swimming & Driving team physician and UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports medicine doctor, Kimberly Kaiser, MD, that her bones were so fragile that her next jump could have shattered her leg. After a successful surgery and learning how to walk again, Jaida is finishing her senior year on the UK Swimming & Diving team strong.

    Read Jaida Garrett’s story »

Training & Education


University of Missouri, Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia


Family Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia


Sports Medicine, University of Kentucky

Certifications and Special Training

American Board of Family Medicine

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Ratings & Reviews

4.93 out of 5
9 Reviews

The star rating is a calculation based on feedback from our patients using our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

  • Patient Review

    June 9th 2022
    I have recommended Dr Kaiser to several people!!!

    Patient Review

    May 18th 2022

    Patient Review

    May 17th 2022
    I have no complaints about the doctor or PA. She was going to schedule me for an injection to help with my muscle that is causing my pain. I just really wish that it could have been done that day at the same appointment. I've been in such bad pain for so long I'm ready to get relief. The surgery that I had helped part of the nerve issues that I had but have remaining nerve and pain issues that affect me on a daily basis. Anything that could have been done the day I visited would have been wonderful.

    Patient Review

    May 11th 2022
    Everyone was wonderful!!

    Patient Review

    May 5th 2022
    I schedule these visits regularly. I am always pleased with the friendliness and competence.
    • Patient Review

      May 3rd 2022
      *Dr. Kaiser has been the doctor most willing to listen and thoroughly understand my complicated chronic pain. And the most willing to follow through.
    • Patient Review

      April 27th 2022
      Dr Kaiser and her team communicated well about my condition and the procedure.
    • Patient Review

      April 26th 2022
      The doctor was extremely helpful and made me less nervous.
    • Patient Review

      April 14th 2022
      Only small issue was that direct care was provided by a fellow (?) under Dr. Kaiser's guidance. That was fine with me, but I was not asked or given the option of having the procedure performed by Dr. Kaiser