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June Lee


June Lee is a physical therapist with experience focused on adult, within acute and specialized care setting. 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.


Korea University - Bachelor of Health (Physical Therapy)


Clinical Manager

  • Conduct daily client sessions via telehealth portal to provide consultation on process and usage of rehabilitation technology.
  • Steer staff in recurring healthcare and disability sensitivity training
  • Stimulate systems coordination and software strategic planning surrounding client experience and accessibility
  • Act as product development liaison to ensure patient-centered hardware design and ease of therapeutic application for united states users.
  • Cultivate interdepartmental collaboration regarding clinical practice strategies.
  • Collaborate with research partners as company clinical rehabilitation expert connection.

Korea University Hospital
Physical Therapist   |   Neuro-Vascular Care Unit

  • Provide physical therapy services at a 1,000-bed facility within ICU, acute, short and long term rehabilitation units, while maintaining over 85% productivity
  • Assess, order, fabricate and augment, orthotics adaptive equipment, DME, seating systems
  • Utilize assessment tools including, EMG, goniometric measurements, MMT, Borg scale, VAS and numeric pain scale.
  • Conducted a large group, inter-facility, interdisciplinary training on topics including transfers therapeutic positioning, orthotics, and self-feeding techniques

Chapel Welfare Hospital
Physical Therapist   |   Rehabilitation Therapy Unit

  • Evaluated the functional capabilities of adult and senile with physical disabilities resulting in activity limitations and participation restrictions
  • Planned and administered therapy treatments directed toward increasing upper/lower extremity range of motion, muscle strength, coordination of movement; gait control, and independent participation in activities of daily living
  • Constructed, adapted and/or recommended upper/lower extremity splints and durable medical equipment
  • Instructed patients, parents, caregivers, and educational providers on home care programs, proper handling techniques and the use of medical equipment to reinforce therapy treatment goals

Korea University
Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Created rubrics, graded class assignments, co-lead seminars, manage whole equipments, assisted in scheduling guest speakers and held office hours for the required Interactive Reasoning in Physical therapy semester course

Love Aid Welfare Foundation
Employment Training Specialist

  • Managed a caseload of 18+ adults with intellectual, physical and developmental disabilities through personalized job development and ongoing counseling
  • Facilitated and mediated communication between employers, clients, families, and Caregivers, Asperger's Syndrome, and Apraxia

Licenses and memberships

Licensed Physical Therapist  |   Republic of Korea: #55556

Korea Physical Therapy Association

Top Skills

  • Physical Therapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Assistive Technology


Social Media Profiles


Relation Posts

Traumatic brain injury
The NEOFECT Smart Glove Helps Thomas with his Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
For people that have suffered from a traumatic brain injury or a stroke, repetition is very important. The NEOFECT Smart Glove helps Thomas Jorza exercise his right arm every day.
Congenital Stroke
NEOFECT Smart Glove Helps Congenital Stroke Survivor Janet
NEOFECT Smart Glove user Janet suffered a congenital stroke when she was an infant. Janet went through therapy as a youth, took some time off, returning to therapy as an adult to take control of her body once again.
stroke survivor story
Stroke Recovery Stories - The NEOFECT Smart Board Helped Carolyn with her Arm and Shoulder Rehab
After her stroke, Carolyn made some progress doing rehab exercises with her therapist. She thought that an at-home therapy program will help her improve even more quickly.
Stroke Rehab
How the NEOFECT Smart Glove Stroke Rehab Device Aids in Stroke Recovery
The NEOFECT Smart Glove is a stroke rehab device to help stroke survivors regain functionality in their hands and arms.
NEOFECT Smart Kids Helps Children with Hemiplegia
John was diagnosed with hemiplegia at the age of 11. His father came across the NEOFECT Smart Kids device on YouTube.
stroke recovery stories
Stroke Recovery Story - Stroke Survivor Annie
Home exercise programs are crucial for stroke recovery but can be discouraging when not seeing immediate results. Annie was in her late 20’s when she suffered a stroke and faced an uphill battle to regain usage of her right arm.
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