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Columbus Circle Office

English, Korean

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Jaebeom Kim (Edi)

PT, DPT

Specialties

Credentials

Education

Location

  • Sports injury

  • Muscle joint pain

  • Headache

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Herniated disc

  • Sciatica

  • Rib pain

  • Heel pain

  • Hemiplegia

  • Facial palsy

  • Professional Memberships:

    • American Physical Therapy Association

  • Loma Linda University,

    • Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • Yonsei University,

    • Bachelor of Physical Therapy

COLUMBUS CIRCLE OFFICE

315 West 57th Street, Suite 302, New York, NY 10019

TEL: 212-265-2052

FAX: 212-265-2011

Dr. Jaebeom (Edi) Kim is a detail-oriented physical therapist with diverse work experience across inpatient/outpatient health facilities, musculoskeletal/neurological, geriatric/pediatric, and athletes. With over 5 years of clinical experience, Dr. Kim brings his passion and expertise to Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture, located in New York, NY.

As a part of his education, Dr. Kim Yonsei University in Korea for his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. He then continued his education at Loma Linda University in the US, where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Dr. Kim practices Taekwondo himself, and was trained as a sports instructor. Such experience not only gives him a deep understanding the physiology and repair process of sports injuries, but also a rich empathy for his patients suffering from pain and injuries.

Dr. Kim specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions like back, elbow, and neck problems, spine deformations, sports injuries, and herniated disks. In addition to treating various conditions, Dr. Kim also sees patients for mobility therapy, physical therapy consultations, pain rehabilitation, and therapeutic exercises.

Patients trust his expertise because he consistently provides high-quality care that leads to positive and long-lasting health outcomes. Dr. Kim encourages and motivates his patients in their involvement in the course of treatment. He believes in building a good rapport with his patients through patient-centered communications. Through a trusting therapeutic relationship with patients, he is able to create individualized treatment plans according to each patient’s needs.

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