Daniel J. Lee
Assistant Professor Daniel J. Lee, PT, DPT, GCS, believes that fostering the core professional values necessary to become future leaders is born out of sound classroom teaching. To this end, he synthesizes clinical experience and didactic coursework along with active teaching techniques to promote the highest level of learning. Lee has experience teaching both anatomy and kinesiology, and is a lab instructor in biomechanics and neuroscience. His clinical expertise is with orthopedic, geriatric, neurological, and amputee patient populations.
Lee has research interests related to improving the quality of life in patients who have limb loss. Specific areas of interest include improving available educational materials, increasing patient adherence to prosthetic use, creating tools to address and improve problem solving associated with prosthetic wearing, creating clinical guidelines for both pre- and post-prosthetic rehabilitation, and studying factors that influence patient education in limb loss populations.