Kim earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Long Island University Brooklyn. Prior to pursuing her DPT, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a focus in Exercise Science from Penn State University. Kim’s passion for physical therapy began at an early age through her own experience of injuries from both Swimming and Field Hockey.
Throughout physical therapy school Kim had the opportunity to work with a variety of patient populations. She was able to gain experience working with athletes of all ages, general orthopedics, and patients recovering from surgery. During her time in inpatient care, she was able to gain experience treating patients with a variety of acute and chronic neurological conditions and ICU patients. Kim is passionate about fostering positive and constructive relationships with her patients to help them reach their goals and get back to doing what they love.
Outside of the clinic, Kim enjoys an active lifestyle through weightlifting, spending time outdoors, and exploring the city. She also enjoys traveling, reading, attending a variety of sporting events and spending time with friends and family.