Lee Yung Schuh, MD
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician
I have lived a life with a mild cerebral palsy. What I've learned as a patient has been invaluable to me, and I've tried to incorporate my past experiences into my own medical practice. I aim to take a realistic approach guided by the patient and, if applicable, their caregivers. My thoughts are to maintain or improve function, minimize pain and, if possible, prevent future problems.
- Medical School:
- Medical College of Georgia
- Combined Pediatrics and Physical Medicine Residency, University of Cincinnati and Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati
American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine
Spending time with my wife and three girls is a priority. I enjoy hiking in nature and travel, especially to Korea.
About our Care Team
Providers from across the nation and the world refer children to Gillette because we have stayed the course for 125 years, focused on some of the toughest challenges in pediatric healthcare. Our unceasing commitment has led to a deep - and always growing - expertise in complex conditions.