Dr. Clinton Lee, PT, DPT CSCS, SFG, FRCms
125 East 23rd St. Suite 603, New York, NY, 10010, United States
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- Lehigh University - B.S. in Biology, 2006
- Stony Brook University - Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010
Specialties & Certifications
Additionally, Dr. Lee is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a StrongFirst Level I Kettlebell Instructor. He is a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist and certified in Functional Range Release for the Upper Quarter through Dr. Andreo Spina's Functional Anatomy Seminars.
Dr. Lee has also served as an adjunct instructor professor and teaching assistant for Long Island University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program. He enjoys providing individualized, evidence-led physical therapy care to diverse populations across the lifespan and incorporates his knowledge of strengthening and conditioning principles and sports performance in his rehabilitation of competitive and recreational athletes alike.
Athletic & Training Background
In his spare time, Dr. Lee enjoys powerlifting, olympic weightlifting and endurance sports. He has participated in half marathons, olympic-distance triathlons, powerlifting competitions, and StrongFirst Tactical Strength Challenges in which he placed 8th out of 132 competitors in his division.
Dr. Lee believes that participating in the same activities as many of his patients is an important aspect of the care he provides. Clinicians who adopt the same active lifestyle as their patients can have insight into the nuances, goals and needs of those in the athletic community. This background along with his knowledge of orthopedic manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to address areas of pain or dysfunction comprise the physical therapy and performance training experience at PhysioStrength.
Apart from strength training, Clinton also enjoys traveling, basketball, volleyball, swimming, hiking, and reading. He is also very much a dog person and loves spending time with his adopted rescue dog Gracie.