Dr. Kim Fahie (Dr. Kim) was born and raised in Doylestown. Kim attended Central Buck East High School, where she competed in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse, graduating with honors. Dr. Kim started her education at Penn State University where she studied Kinesiology and Biology while achieving All-American status playing women’s rugby. Dr. Kim completed her studies, at Arcadia University where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy.
Dr. Kim has spent almost two decades specializing in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. She owned and managed several offices throughout her career. Dr. Kim particularly enjoys working with high school and college athletes. Dr. Kim holds a certification in Graston technique along with extensive training in McKenzie technique, which she applies regularly to diagnose and treat dysfunctions of the spine. She is an experienced provider using McConnell taping techniques and manual spinal mobilizations. Dr. Kim is also well versed in treating neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
She has years of diversified experience and education allowing her to develop an individualized plan tailored to you and your needs. This includes incorporating occupation, recreational activities, and home life into a plan to help each patient achieve realistic goals that are revisited throughout their treatment in order to achieve optimal success. With the right approach, attitude, and commitment, every patient can improve and even have a little fun while doing it.
Dr. Kim lives in Doylestown, where she is raising 2 beautiful daughters; Payton, Harper, and their cat, Hunter.