Lee is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, where he completed a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology (2009) before moving on to the Masters of Physical Therapy program (2011). Upon graduation, Lee received the Craven SPORT services Sport Physiotherapy award, presented to the graduating student with the highest academic achievement in foundational and clinical science courses related to sport physiotherapy, as well as the School of Physical Therapy Award for Top Research Project. Lee has since gained the Certificate in Sport Physiotherapy designation through Sport Physiotherapy Canada, which involves additional training and specialization in the areas of athlete health and performance, emergency sideline care, athletic taping, functional return to sport training, exercise physiology, protective equipment, and concussion evaluation. Lee is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and works as a consultant with the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan (SMSCS).
Clinically, Lee enjoys working with individuals of all ages including both athletic and non-athletic populations. He takes an active approach to rehabilitation and believes strongly in empowering his patients by providing them with the knowledge and skills to help themselves. He believes in taking a whole-body approach to an individual’s injury and draws on his knowledge in the areas of orthopaedic assessment and treatment, movement analysis and correction, and strength and conditioning to help a person work towards their goals. He has taken post graduate courses in the areas of functional movement screening and assessment (FMS, SFMA), running injury prevention, the Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy, the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), Movement System Impairment Syndromes through Shirley Sahrmann, vestibular rehabilitation, and has attended numerous sport physiotherapy and strength and conditioning conferences. Lee has a special interest for concussion management. He is a certified practitioner through Complete Concussion Management Inc. and has taken courses through R2P Concussion Management as well. Lee has a passion for sharing information and providing workshops and education sessions on concussions for athletes, parents, coaches, and organizations, and has regularly guest lectured on the topic in the College of Kinesiology
at the U of S.
Outside of the clinic, Lee stays busy with his young family. When he’s not chasing kids or the dog, Lee enjoys playing hockey and fastball, being involved with the family farm, and spending as much time at the lake as possible building and renovating the cabin, hanging out on the water, and spending time with family.