With more daylight and warmer temperatures beckoning, many people are ready to say goodbye to the winter doldrums and get active. If you've been holed up since Thanksgiving, however, lacing up your running shoes and heading out for a two-mile run may not be the best way to ease into a new exercise routine.
Spring is ...more
A high school cheerleader who, in 2014, was severely injured in a car crash, has been named the UK Sports Medicine Comeback Athlete of the Year.
In June 2014, Baylee Booth, now a senior at Russell Independent High School in Greenup County, was in a car accident that changed her life. The accident left her with ...more
Each year, college athletes flip, dunk and swim their way to wins and national titles. Working behind the scenes are countless staff members keeping these student-athletes healthy and in shape before, during and after their competitions.
UK's Dr. Kim Kaiser is one of these specialists. She not only treats patients at the UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports ...more
The new Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center ‒ Lexington building on the UK HealthCare campus, which broke ground in March 2015, will open this spring.
In addition to Shriners, the building will be home to UK Pediatric Orthopaedics and will provide leased space for UK Ophthalmology (now renamed UK Advanced Eye Care).
Current locations of UK ...more
Dr. Kimberly Kaiser
With spring fast approaching, many people will begin running races, playing tennis, hiking and enjoying other outdoor activities. It can be difficult to navigate the plethora of information on eating to improve athletic performance, but it is possible to make adjustments that work for you.
We sat down with Dr. Kimberly Kaiser, a ...more