Jason Lee

About Author
Jason is a graduate of the University of Melbourne. He enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and has developed an interest in spinal pain and headaches. He is a hands-on physio who utilises manual therapy, soft tissue therapy and dry needling. He is also a strong advocate for exercise therapy and runs Strength Training classes and Clinical Pilates. Outside of work Jason enjoys keeping active and is a keen surfer and basketballer. Contact:
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News

Exercises to strengthen neck and back muscles

How to strengthen your muscles and relieve pain.

Health

Is it too late for Janet to try to improve her balance?

Rock-hopping looks fun but Jason Lee explains what other exercises will help.

Prevention

How sitting can help to improve your backache

You can drive or sit for long hours and avoid backache - if you follow these rules.

Fitness

Why strength training is critical as we age

Physiotherapist Jason Lee explains what we should be doing to keep our muscles strong.

Health news

Limit your risk of DVT on that next long-haul flight

A non-stop flight from Perth to London is great, but what are the health risks?

Fitness

Flex your digits for a better grip

Finger exercises to help you handle anything.

Fitness

Osteoarthritis exercises made easy with this video

Physiotherapist's video shows four easy exercises for osteoarthritis sufferers.

Health

Alternative solutions to back pain

Physiotherapist Jason Lee takes the time to answer Julian's question on back pain.

News

How to manage knee osteoarthritis and postpone surgery

Physiotherapist Jason Lee explains how to manage that ‘dodgy' knee.

Fitness

Why weight-bearing exercises are vital as we age

We lose bone mass and strength as we age, but there are delaying tactics.

Health & Ageing

What you should know about X-rays, MRIs and CTs

Our expert advises on how to best diagnose an aching back.

News

Understanding pain: when and how it hurts – or doesn’t

Sometimes it hurts, sometimes it's a mystery.

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