Dr. Abraham D. Kim is a fellowship-trained, board-certified, orthopedic
joint replacement surgeon specializing in adult reconstruction of the
hip and knee, including primary and revision joint replacements. He has
expertise in minimally invasive techniques, including direct anterior
hip replacement and partial knee replacement.
Building upon his surgical interests, Dr. Kim has published extensively
on a wide range of innovative topics in orthopedic surgery and joint replacement
that have been featured in several leading orthopedic journals. He has
also authored several book chapters on revision joint replacement surgery.
He has received many academic honors and has been invited to present his
research at national and international meetings.
Dr. Kim received his undergraduate education at Yale University, where
he majored in Psychology and graduated Cum Laude with Distinction in the
major. He then graduated medical school from Columbia University College
of Physicians and Surgeons. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency
at University of California, Los Angeles, where he was Chief Resident
during his final year of residency. He pursued further subspecialty training
in adult hip and knee replacement at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston,
MA, one of the busiest joint replacement centers in the country.