Lee qualified in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from the School of Health at the University of Teesside. He worked in the NHS for 2 years whilst training to treat animals.

Since qualifying as an Animal Physiotherapist in 1999 Lee has specialised in treating horses whilst devoting equal time to continue treating people. He set up 2 'Human' clinics in Darlington and Northallerton in order to treat equine riders since any pain, restriction of movement, weakness or asymmetry can effect the horse. This can cause performance problems and even lameness in severe longstanding conditions. You will also be able to ride better and enjoy it more if you are not in pain!!

He is committed to providing the highest possible care for horses and their riders by keeping up to date with all new developments within the profession. Chartered Animal Physiotherapists assess and treat a wide variety of conditions involving all aspects of equine life. All horses, from the happy hacker to the highest level competition horse, will benefit equally from Physiotherapy treatment.

It is important that your horse is in the best physical condition in order for it to be able to perform to the level that you require. Chartered Physiotherapists are highly trained to detect and treat physical injuries that may cause lameness or lack of performance.


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