Henry K. Lee, D.O.
Kelly Vande Brake
About Our Doctors
About Henry K. Lee, D.O.
Dr. Lee is the Medical Director of Integrative Sports and Spine. As a Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician, he provides a full spectrum of medical care from outpatient musculoskeletal, sports, and pain medicine to inpatient rehabilitation.
He graduated from Macalester College with a double major in Art History and Biology. There he was a collegiate athlete in both football and track, which contributed to his interest in sports medicine. Dr. Lee received a Master’s degree from Western Illinois University in Molecular Biology studying genome analysis using cDNA microarrays.
Dr. Lee obtained his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He finished his PM&R specialty training at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami. After residency, Dr. Lee completed an ACGME Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship at Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University.
He has published multiple articles on musculoskeletal medicine and stem cell therapy. He has given talks internationally and was the keynote speaker on current trends of stroke rehabilitation at the 7th Annual EMRC Academic Seminar in Seoul, South Korea. Dr. Lee is an active member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
About Victoria Chang, M.D.
Dr. Chang graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and from St George’s University with a doctorate degree in medicine. She completed her internship and residency training at Albany Medical Center in New York. Dr. Chang then completed a pain management fellowship at Nonsurgical Orthopedics, PC in Georgia. While at Albany Medical Center, she served as a chief resident in her final year in residency. Following her training, she worked as a staff physician while supervising and teaching pain management fellows at National Pain Care Inc.
Dr Chang specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain management, electrodiagnostic medicine, and acupuncture. She is adept in several clinical skills including EMG guided-botulinum toxin injections for pediatric and adult spasticity as well as dystonias, interventional pain procedures, and peripheral joint injections.
Dr Chang’s primary research interests include abnormalities of neurochemistry in the skin and its inter-relationship with the nervous system. She is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She is fluent in Korean.