Meet our Physical Therapists
All Physical Therapists have Doctorates in Physical Therapy.
Dr. Hyun (June) Park
PT, DPT, CIDN, Owner
Dr. Hyun J. (June) Park, PT, DPT, CIDN graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is certified in dry needling by the Integrative Dry Needling Institute. She is a member of the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association), with special interest in the Sports Physical Therapy section.
Prior to becoming the owner and Clinical Director of Fort Lee Physical Therapy in 2009, she worked at various physical therapy centers, such as the Kessler Rehabilitation Centers.
Dr. Park has extensive knowledge in working with pediatric and special needs patients, and makes it a priority to stay knowledgeable in the latest rehabilitation treatments such as Kinesio Taping, which is a rehabilitative technique that uses Kinesio Tex Tape to provide patients muscle and joint support during therapy sessions. As a physical therapist, her expertise also includes sports injuries, neck and back pain, outpatient therapy and post- surgical rehabilitation.
Dr. Park’s interest in physical therapy was inspired by her prior career in the fitness industry, where she came across many clients suffering from long term physical injuries. Her patients praise her upbeat personality, and her ability to consistently motivate them through every stage of their recovery. She continues to be passionate about physical fitness, and enjoys hobbies such as mountain biking, skiing, and golf.
Dr. Mick Sudol
PT, DPT, ATC
Dr. Mick Sudol, PT, DPT, ATC graduated from Dominican College of Blauvelt with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to attending graduate school, Dr. Sudol graduated from Montclair State University with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training.
Dr. Sudol began his career as a Certified Athletic Trainer working on the collegiate level with division 2 and 3 athletes as well as with local high school athletes. Dr. Sudol worked with a diverse athletic population, treating injuries ranging from minor ankle sprains to post surgical rehabilitation of ACL repairs.
Prior to joining the Fort Lee Physical Therapy Team, Dr. Sudol worked as a physical therapist in outpatient orthopedics and sub-acute care rehabilitation facilities. Dr. Sudol also has extensive internship experience, treating patients at all levels including acute, subacute, and outpatient settings with neurological, developmental, and orthopedic conditions.
Dr. Sudol focuses his treatment protocols on an individualised basis, consisting of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise programs specifically designed for each individual to meet their specific needs and goals.
In his free time Dr. Sudol enjoys spending time outdoors, biking, paddle boarding, and watching sports, including his favorite hockey team the New Jersey Devils.
Dr. Michael (MJ) Marcano
Dr. Michael J. Marcano (MJ), DPT graduated from Mary Baldwin University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Michael’s career and internships have given him experience in settings including: acute care, sub-acute care, and outpatient orthopedics.
Michael has worked with many patient populations within his experiences that encompass a diverse population of patients in outpatient orthopedics and medically complex settings.
Michael prides himself on his ability to apply a breadth of manual therapy techniques while curtailing his treatment plans to his patients’ specific needs in order to address and treat their functional impairments.
Outside of the clinic, Michael enjoys running, lifting weights, cooking, and traveling.
Judith Lamendola, PTA is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who has been practicing in the field of physical therapy since 1998.
She received her education at Kean University and Bergen Community College where she served as a program tutor and clinical instructor. Judith has worked with varied patient populations, with the majority of her experience based in the realms of occupational medicine and outpatient orthopedics.
Judith is fluent in the Spanish language and, as part of an ongoing partnership with the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association), has co-authored a continuing education course the objective of which is to facilitate effective communication between her colleagues and the Spanish-speaking patient population.
She has been a member of the Fort Lee Physical Therapy family for the past ten years where she continues to pursue her passion for educating patients and helping them achieve their rehabilitation goals.
Judith is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys cooking, traveling, and participating in activities focused on addressing community and environmental issues with her husband and two teenage children.
Manual physical therapy involves one-on-one, hands-on, active and passive intervention techniques.
Our sports medicine physical therapy programs feature a unique blend of hands-on manual therapy, sports medicine and performance enhancement techniques.
Orthopedic injuries consist of injuries to the muscles, bones and joints. Your individualized and comprehensive program will be designed to relieve pain, improve strength and restore motion and mobility.
Pediatric Physical Therapy
We help children to develop, regain and improve their ability to move.
Depending on the age of the child, or the child’s physical limitations, moving may be learning how to roll or to sit on his/her own.
Our amputee care program offers comprehensive evaluation, treatment and support prior to and/or after limb loss. This happens prior to and/or after limb loss.
Motor Vehicle Injury Rehabilitation
The evaluation and treatment of issues related to motor vehicle accidents. Our therapists have advanced training in dealing with issues related to motor vehicle accidents.
Let us know if you have any questions about your treatment, our practice and whatever else is on your mind. We are here to help and we look forward to serving you!