MD - Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Yonsei Medical Center, Seoul, Korea (Chief Resident)
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Brody Medical School, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (Chief Resident)
Neurorehabilitation - Yonsei Medical Center, Seoul, Korea
Research Fellow - Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, Chester, NJ
Electrodiagnostic Medicine – American Board of Electrodiagnostic MedicinePediatric Rehabilitation Medicine – American Board of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation – American Board of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationSpinal Cord Injury Medicine – American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
MS in Medicine - Yonsei University Graduate School, Seoul, Korea
PhD in Medicine - Yonsei University Graduate School, Seoul, Korea
Titles and Academic Titles
Rehabilitation Medicine Physician
Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Cognitive rehabilitation following brain injury and stroke
Chronic pain syndrome
Kim CT, Beery T. Belatedly diagnosed acute motor axonal neuropathy after cardiac surgery. Case Report Clin Med 2013; 2(7): 395-398.
Kim CT, Greenberg J, Kim H. Pediatric Rehabilitation: Trends in length of stay. J Pediatr Rehabil Med 2013; 6(1): 11-17.
Kim CT, Moberg-Wolf E, Trovato M, Kim H, Murphy N. Pediatric Rehabilitation: 1. Common medical conditions in children with disabilities. PM&R 2010; 2(3):S3-S11.
Murphy N, Trovato M, Kim H, Kim CT, Moberg-Wolf E. Pediatric Rehabilitation: 2. Environmental factors affecting participation. PM&R 2010; 2(3):S12-S18.
Moberg-Wolf E, Kim CT, Murphy N, Trovato M, Kim H. Pediatric Rehabilitation: 3. Facilitating family-centered treatment decisions. PM&R 2010; 2(3):S19-S25.
Trovato M, Kim H, Moberg-Wolf E, Murphy N, Kim CT. Pediatric Rehabilitation: 4. Prescribing assistive technology to promote community integration. PM&R 2010; 2(3):S26-S30.
Kim H, Murphy N, Kim CT, Moberg-Wolf E, Trovato M. Pediatric Rehabilitation: 5. Transitioning teens with disabilities into adulthood. PM&R 2010; 2(3):S31-S37.
Kim CT, Dy R, Sollenberger J, Katz E. A Case of Suspected Mononeuritis Multiplex in a Teenager from polysubstance abuse. PM&R 2009; 1(9): 881-3.
Kim CT, Han J, Kim H: Pediatric stroke recovery: descriptive analysis. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009; 90:657-662.
Kilbaugh T, Dominguez TE, Friess S, Helfaer MA, Huh J, Kim CT, Kim H, Zimmerman RA, Raghupathi R. Diffuse axonal injury following accidental pediatric traumatic brain injury is associated with fever and cognitive deficits, but not refractory intracranial hypertension. Crit Care Med 36(12):Suppl A126, 2008.
Kim H, Kim SW, Wechsler B, Kim CT, Kwon BS. Efficacy of single event multi-level chemoneurolysis in children with cerebral palsy. J Kor Acad Rehab Med 2006;30:455-461
Kim CT, Kim H, Wechsler B, Kim SW. Pneumatosis intestinalis (PI) following severe traumatic brain injury. Brain Inj 2005; 19:1059-61.
Kim CT, Strommen JA, Hohns JS, Weiss JM, Weiss LD, Williams FH, Rashbaum IG. Neuromuscular rehabilitation and electrodiagnosis. 4.Pediatric issues. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005; 86 (Suppl 1):S28-32.
Williams FH, Johns JS, Weiss JM, Weiss LD, Kim CT, Strommen JA, Rashbaum IG. Neuromuscular rehabilitation and Electrodiagnosis. 1. Mononeuropathy. Arch Phys Med & Rehabil 2005; 86 (Suppl 1):S3-10.
Weiss LD, Weiss JM, Johns JS, Strommen JA, Kim CT, Williams FH, Rashbaum IG. Neuromuscular rehabilitation and Electrodiagnosis. 2. Peripheral neuropathy. Arch Phys Med & Rehabil 2005; 86 (Suppl 1):S11-7.
Strommen JA, Johns, JS, Kim CT, Williams FH, Weiss LD, Weiss JM, Rashbaum IG. Neuromuscular rehabilitation and Electrodiagnosis. 3. Disease of muscle and neuromuscular junction. Arch Phys Med & Rehabil 2005; 86 (Suppl 1):S18-27.
Kim H, Kim S-W, Wechsler B, Kim CT. The effect of age on outcome after single-event multilevel chemoneurolysis in children with cerebral palsy. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2004; 83: 246-247.
Kim S-W, Kim H, Wechsler B, Kim CT. Single event multi-level chemoneurolysis for spasticity management in children with quadriplegic or diplegic cerebral palsy. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2004; 83: 248.
Bryant P, Kim CT, Millan R. The rehabilitation of causalgia (complex regional pain syndrome-type II). Physical Med & Rehab Clinics North Am 2002; 13:137-157.
Kim CT, Bryant P. Complex regional pain syndrome(Type I) following Electrical injury: A case Report of Treatment with continuous Epidural block. Arch Phys Med Rehab 2001; 82:993-5.
Kim CT, Linsenmeyer T, Kim H, Yooun H. Bladder volume measurement with electrical impedance analysis in spinal cord injured patients. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 1998; 77:498-502.
Kim CT, Findley T, Reisman S. Bioelectrical impedance changes in regional extracellular fluid alterations. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1997; 37:297-304.
Kim CT, Chun S-I. Sympathetic skin responses recorded by four channel recording system. Yonsei Med J 1994; 35:149-54.
Bryant PR. Kim CT. Rehabilitation for severe traumatic brain injury. In: Kliegman & St. Geme JW, ed. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 21st Ed., Chapter 728 (ISBN 978-0-323-52950).
Kim CT. Stroke Rehabilitation. In: Kim CT, ed. Rehabilitation Medicine. pp21-36, Rijeka, Croatia. InTech 2012. (ISBN 978-953-51-0683-8
Posters and Presentations
Kim CT. Onabotulinum toxin A injection for treatment of bruxism in children with static encephalopathy. Poster 427, Feb 2018, Atlanta, GA (Annual Assembly of Association of Academic Physiatrists). Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2018, 97(3) Supp: a107.
Kim CT. Humeral osteosarcoma resection complicated by isolated axillary neuropathy. Poster 258, Feb 2018, Atlanta, GA (Annual Assembly of Association of Academic Physiatrists). Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2018, 97(3) Supp: a50.
Kim CT. Botulinum toxin treatment for children with spasticity and sialorrhea. Grand round at Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai, New York (9/13/2018)
Awards and Honors
2008-present, Invited Faculty for Study Guide for Pediatric Rehabilitation, American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
2004-2006, 2009, Top Physician in America, Consumer’s Guide Council, Washington. DC
2003, Course director at the 64th Annual Assembly of American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
2003-2005, Invited Faculty for Study Guide for Neuromuscular Rehabilitation and Electrodiagnosis, American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
2000, Aventis Pharmaceutical Scholarship for Residents
1994-1996, Research fellow scholarship at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
Editorial and Academic Positions
2012-present, Case Reports in Clinical Medicine, Editorial Board
2012-present, Essentials of Knowledge Now, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Editorial Board
2011-present, Rehabilitation Medicine, Editor
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Academy of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Fellow
Association of Academic Physiatrist, Diplomat
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Fellow
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