Thomas C. Kim, M.D.

Medical SchoolGeorgetown University School of Medicine
Washington, D.C.
InternshipCedars-Sinai Medical Center
Los Angeles, California,
ResidencyUniversity of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Charlottesville, Virginia

San Francisco Orthopaedic Residency Program
San Francisco, California
FellowshipBoston Children’s Hospital
Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts
Board Certifications

Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Affiliations
  • MountainView Hospital
  • Southwest Medical Associates Ambulatory Surgery Center
  • Sahara Surgery center
  • Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
  • Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center
  • The Surgery Center at Tenaya
  • Valley Hospital Medical Center
  • Specialty Surgery Center
  • Spring valley Hospital Medical Center
  • Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center

Biography

Thomas C. Kim, M.D. joined Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center in 2002. Dr. Kim is fellowship trained in the surgical treatment of athletic injuries focusing on disorders of the shoulder, hip, and knee with an emphasis on arthroscopic surgery of these joints.

Dr. Thomas C. Kim was raised in Los Angeles, California and received his undergraduate education at the Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences in Washington, D.C. Dr. Kim graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and was nominated into Sigma Xi for research in Organic Chemistry. As an undergraduate student, Dr. Kim also received a Minor in Theology. While attending Georgetown University, Dr. Kim was accepted via the Early Assurance Program into the Georgetown University School of Medicine where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr. Kim completed a year of general surgical residency at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and completed his orthopedic training with the San Francisco Orthopaedic Residency Program. In 2000, following residency, Dr. Kim completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Harvard University under Lyle Micheli, M.D. in Boston, Massachusetts. During his fellowship, he provided coverage for the Boston Ballet, Boston Marathon, Eastern College Athletic Conference Track Championship, Bay State Games, and for several local college and high school hockey and football teams. His fellowship also involved training at the Boston Children’s Hospital. The Boston Children’s Hospital division of Sports Medicine was the first facility in the nation devoted to the treatment of sports injuries in pediatric and adolescent athletes.

Publications
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Thomas C Kim MD. Chapter in 5 Minute Sports Medicine Consult Project.
  • Hip, Spine & Pelvis Injuries. Chapter 16. FIMS Team Physician Manual. Editors: Lyle J. Micheli, et al; 2013 Routledge, pp 347-378
  • Hip, Pelvis & Groin Injuries, Surgery for: Section in Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine. 2011 Sage pp 650-652

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