Dr Kim Gregory
Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine
Dr Gregory qualified from Warwick Medical School after completing a BSc in Physiology with Nutrition at the University of Southampton. She then undertook specialist training in Sport & Exercise Medicine in the West Midlands and has a Masters degree from the University of Bath. She is a Fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) and is an examiner for the FSEM and a Part-time Teaching Fellow and Examiner for the University of Bath diploma exam.
A Consultant at University Hospitals of Birmingham she leads the Sports and Exercise Medicine Service (SEMS) which includes a Dance Injury Clinic working in partnership with the National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science (NIDMS). Kim is also a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at University Hospitals of Leicester, where she leads the Paediatric and Adolescent Sport and Exercise Medicine clinic.
Kim was involved in both the London Olympic and Paralympic Games and Glasgow Commonwealth Games. She continues to work across a wide range of sports through her involvement with the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme in her clinic at Birmingham University Hi-Performance Centre. Previously team doctor for the GB Disability Target Shooting Squad, England U15 Women’s football and GB Senior Women’s Ice Hockey team she is currently Chief Medical Officer for British Basketball and a team doctor for the England Disability Football squads. She has experience working with Bolton Wanderers FC, Hartpury RFC and Coventry Blaze Ice Hockey teams as a match day doctor. Kim worked at the Invictus Games in 2014 and is a National Classifier for British Athletics.
Her clinical practice focuses on the non-operative management of musculoskeletal conditions and sports/dance injuries and physical activity promotion for general health and for those with chronic health problems. Her particular specialty interests include adolescent sports medicine, disability sports medicine and dance medicine.