I have always viewed medicine as a marriage between science and art. I have a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from MIT and a medical degree from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. With my scientific background, I believe in being meticulous in the details of medical theories. With a devout religious upbringing that has taken me on medical mission trips throughout the world, I have a strong sense of compassion, a duty to my patients and a commitment to listen and sympathize. I practice medicine in a way that I believe is aligned with the harmony between science and art. I love the practice of medicine and more so, I love practicing family medicine, treating not only the individual but also the patient’s family to help fully understand the patient. Helping to prevent disease through wellness is where my true passion lies. I am a procedure-oriented physician who offers primary care and the services included in the MDVIP Wellness Program. I am well versed in primary care and have strong connections with local specialists. As a practitioner and teacher of a martial art called kendo, I am familiar with musculoskeletal injuries and have a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine. I took instruction in sports medicine at Crozer Health where I performed my family medicine residency. I received my board certification from the American Board of Family Medicine, and I am a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. I speak English, Korean and Spanish.
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