June Lee is a physical therapist with experience focused on adults, within acute and specialized care settings. He is interested in technology-based home and community rehabilitation in an evolving healthcare environment in modern society. Lee is valued for strong interpersonal and interprofessional rapport-building and cultural competency, with a special interest in the integration of assistive and adaptive technology into client-centered care.
What do like most about being a therapist?
Setting long-term goals and performing them together for patients who have lost some of their body functions is a very important factor in improving patient quality of life. I am proud of participating that journey.
What settings have you practiced as a therapist?
- Inpatient acute hospital setting
- Intensive rehabilitation hospital setting
Why are you passionate about Neofect products?
As technology advances, therapist's role in rehabilitation is expanding from physical manipulation to evaluation / observation / counseling. The process of creating a data-driven therapeutic methodology through the NEOFECT product is interesting.
Korea University - Bachelor of Health (Physical Therapy)
Licenses and memberships
Licensed Physical Therapist | Republic of Korea: #55556
Korea Physical Therapy Association
- Physical Therapy
- Assistive Technology
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