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
Christian Lattermann, MD
Dr. Christian Lattermann, director of UK’s Center for Cartilage Repair and Restoration in UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, recently became the first surgeon in Kentucky and in the Midwest to perform a Matrix Associated Chondrocyte Implantation (MACI). The procedure is a less invasive version of cartilage repair surgery that allows patients to recover more quickly. The ...more
Working as a bedside nurse requires extensive physical effort – pushing wheelchairs, twisting and lifting, and standing for long periods. Jennifer Thomas, who's been a nurse at UK HealthCare for six years, can attest to this. In fact, it was while assisting a patient from a wheelchair that she badly injured her knee.
"The pain was excruciating – ...more
It’s been six years since the UK football team played in a college bowl game, and this year's team doctors from UK Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine also are excited about the trip.
After a 7-5 season, including four wins against SEC teams and a win over in-state rival University of Louisville, the Cats are making a trip down ...more
Exactly five months ago today, Laura Babbage had a devastating accident while biking through the French Alps with her 22-year-old son Brian.
Babbage, a chaplain at UK HealthCare, suffered a traumatic brain injury during the accident, which required months of treatment and rehabilitation. With the help of her care team at UK HealthCare and the prayers ...more