Kilpatrick was born and raised in Bridgeport, TX. He received his
undergraduate and medical degrees from Texas A&M University. He then moved
to Winston-Salem, NC, where he completed his residency training in Family
Medicine, as well as additional fellowship training in Sports Medicine at Wake
Forest University. He is board certified in both fields. He was voted one of
the “Best Family Physicians” in central Texas in 2018.
Kilpatrick was a team physician and involved in medical coverage for all
Wake Forest University sports, as well as local high school football teams.
Additionally, he was a team physician for the Winston-Salem Dash, a local
minor league baseball affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
Kilpatrick specializes in managing chronic medical conditions, including high
blood pressure, diabetes, health and wellness, acute injury and numerous other
chronic medical conditions. His interests as a sports medicine specialist
include concussion evaluation and management, using musculoskeletal ultrasound
for numerous joint and soft tissue injections, casting/splinting of injuries
and taking care of the injured athlete and non-athlete.
Kilpatrick is married to Laurel Kilpatrick, MD, who is a palliative care
specialist practicing in Temple, TX, and they have three children. He loves
anything outdoors and especially enjoys hunting, fishing, golf and spending
time with his family and friends.