Ph.D., M.Phty.St., M.Chiro., B.Sc.
Dr Lee is a Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Physiotherapy in the Graduate School of Health at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Dr Lee has a PhD in Neuroscience (Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales) as well as clinical qualifications in both Physiotherapy (University of Queensland) and Chiropractic (Macquarie University). Michael has extensive clinical experience in physical therapy for musculoskeletal injuries and exercise rehabilitation. Michael also provides individualised rehabilitation programs for stroke survivors and people with spinal cord injury. Michael is actively involved in Motor Neuron Disease (MND) research. He is particularly interested in the role of exercise in MND and the development of clinical biomarkers for this disease.
B.Sc. (Health & Exercise Science, Hons), M.Chiropractic
Paul is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and a graduate of Macquarie University with a Masters degree in Chiropractic. Paul has a strong interest in evidence-based exercise management and prevention of chronic diseases including Type-II Diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis and metabolic syndrome.
As both an AEP and registered Chiropractor Paul is able to apply a total whole body approach by providing both manual treatment and progressive functional exercises for effective management of various musculoskeletal conditions. This unique approach maximises functional outcomes.
In addition to chiropractic, Paul is a recognised Active Release Technqiues (ART) provider which is a soft tissue massage technique that frees up scar tissue caused by injuries and repetitive strain. Paul also runs group exercise classes for both chronic disease management and musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation which provides a cost effective way for individuals to reach their health goals.