Siskin Children’s Institute Hires Kimberly Arnold, DPT

Friday, August 4, 2017
Siskin Children’s Institute announces the addition of Kimberly Arnold, DPT to the Center for Developmental Pediatrics team. Dr. Arnold brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to an already outstanding team of medical professionals serving children with special needs in our community.

Dr. Arnold received her doctorate degree in physical therapy in 2005 from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, California. She has a special interest in treating children with Cerebral Palsy and other neuromotor disorders and became certified in Pediatric Neuro-Developmental Treatment in 2015. In addition to working in multiple public school settings in northern Georgia with pre-k through school age children and young adults, Dr.
Arnold has also treated a wide variety of patient populations including in the home health and clinical outpatient orthopedic settings.  Over her years of experience, she has discovered her true passion of working with children and young adults.

“I am so excited to join the Siskin Center for Developmental Pediatrics as the physical therapist.  I so loved the experience of my son attending the Siskin Early Learning Center when he was younger and being part of the Siskin family. I am honored to join the therapy team and look forward to serving this wonderful community of children and families,” says Dr. Arnold.


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