Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics
Before establishing Podiatry Clinics, Lee worked for many years as an extended scope practitioner in the NHS and as a specialist clinician in rehabilitation teams within the Ministry of Defence. He continues to provide specialist services to injured military recruits. Lee has developed a special interest / knowledge in running analysis and rehabilitation. He has vast experience working with the general public and professional sports personnel alike.
After working with Haemophilia patients for 10 years, Lee is now a visiting fellow at Leeds University, advising on a PhD project which is looking into the treatment of ankles damaged by haemophilia, with orthoses and boot adaptations.
He is skilled in Foot Mobilisation and Fascial Manipulation techniques.
Lee is a keen contributing member of MSK:UK, a professional group dedicated to continued professional development within the field of musculoskeletal podiatry and is able to offer expert advice based on the latest research evidence and current trends..
Lee is a keen recreational runner and enjoys snowboarding and walking with his family. He is also a season ticket holder at his beloved Newcastle United.