Kimberlyn Wilson, PT, DPT

  • Jones County High School (2011)
  • University of Georgia (2011-2015)
  • University of North Georgia (2015-2018)
  • Sports Residency, University of Kentucky Healthcare, Lexington (2018-2019)

Kimberlyn obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Georgia in 2018. She is also a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy which she obtained after completing a Sports Residency from 2018-2019 at the University of Kentucky working with athletes of all ages. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in 2015 in Exercise and Sport Science. Kimberlyn has experience in sports rehabilitation, post-op care, general orthopedic care, spine, and wellness experience. She also dives deeper into the artistic sports of gymnastics, cheerleading and dance having competed as a gymnast herself from the age of 3 until graduating from high school, and coaching for 8 years. Kimberlyn competed as a club gymnast at The Gym Nest here in Macon, as well as, helped start the Jones County High School gymnastics team when she was a sophomore. She received special training in gymnastics medicine and was able to implement many of these practices during her time working with the University of Kentucky Women’s Gymnastics team, cheerleaders and dancers from the Lexington area both in return to sport care and injury prevention.  

While at the University of Kentucky, Kimberlyn worked with researchers and physical therapists to determine return time to activities of daily living and continues to work with these colleagues to help improve post op shoulder function research. 

She also has certificates in Blood Flow Restriction training to improve muscle mass and strength post injury, as well as, Dry Needling to help decrease pain and improve muscle function. 

Kimberlyn enjoys spending time with her family, working out, hunting, travelling, playing guitar, and cheering on the DAWGS! Her goal is to help patient’s return to what they love to do, while also increasing injury prevention to keep people active in their own passions.