Dr. Kellie K. Middleton is a dual board-eligible orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the operative and non-operative treatment of sports injuries, arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders. She is a Georgia native who grew up in Norcross. She was a three sport standout athlete (softball, basketball and track and field) at Marist High School and the oldest of four siblings who also graduated from Marist. She continued her education at the University of Notre Dame while playing NCAA division I softball and double majoring in biology and psychology. She graduated early from Notre Dame and earned her Masters of Public Health from the University of Georgia focusing on health policy in Management. While at UGA, Kellie continued her athletic career due to a medical redshirt and early graduation. She was a two-time NCAA All-American and was drafted second pick, first round into the National Professional Fastpitch league by the Akron Racers. Dr. Middleton has extensive experience in traumatology and adult reconstructive surgery. As a resident, Dr. Middleton covered Woodland Hills High School. Dr. Middleton completed fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery. As a fellow, she covered the NBA team the New York Knicks and the WNBA team the New York Liberty.