Kimberley Y. Smith
MD, FAAPMR/FAAPM, Double Board Certified Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Fellowship Trained Pain Medicine
Xavier University of Louisiana
Temple University of Medicine
Medical Center of Central Georgia
University of Pennsylvania, Cooper University Hospital
Medical College of Virginia Reconstruction/Sports Medicine
Named "Top Pain Management Practice", The Daily Journal 2012
About Dr. Smith
Dr. Kimberley Y. Smith, MD, FAAPMR, FAAPM, is a double board certified, fellowship trained, Pain Management Specialist with Premier Orthopaedic Associates.
Dr. Smith is board certified in Physiatry and Pain Management. She specializes in injection therapies, including epidural, trigger point, and nerve block injections. Dr. Smith's experience covers all areas of pain management and she is especially skilled in neck and back muscle spasms and treating patients who suffer from chronic migraines.
Dr. Smith graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana and earned her medical degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She served her Internship at the Medical Center of Central Georgia. Dr. Smith completed training at Cooper University Medical Center and The University of Pennsylvania for her residencies. Next she completed her fellowship at the Medical College of Virginia. Double board certification in Physiatry and Pain Management has given Dr. Smith extensive medical knowledge in her field.
Dr. Kimberley Y. Smith, MD, is an important part of the interventional spine team at Premier Orthopaedic Associates. Her work in pain management injection therapy helps patients suffering from chronic pain due to herniated or ruptured discs find relief without invasive spine or neck surgery. dr. Smith utilizes treatments that are easy for her patients to manage and fit into their lifestyles. She is well-known for her caring, helpful bedside manner, and willingness to help her patients feel relief from painful, and sometimes debilitating conditions. Dr. Smith takes the time needed to learn about her patient's goals for recovery and finds the solution to his or her unique medical condition.