I graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Architecture in 1992. After a minor injury at a Seattle Mariner’s game in 1995, my interest turned towards physical therapy. In 2001, I earned my Masters of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. Upon returning to the greater Seattle area, I focused mainly on outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine. I also practice Vestibular rehabilitation.
I believe patient education plays a tremendous role in a successful recovery. I make great efforts to make sure that each patient understands his or her physical dysfunction and responsibilities to a positive outcome. A skillful execution of manual therapy, neuromuscular retraining, and education is the key to facilitate patients to reach their functional goals.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my wife and three children. I regard myself as a weekend warrior and enjoy playing softball, tennis, and golf. I am also fluent in Korean.Email HoChin