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Lee celebrates his Silver Jubilee!

A man of many talents, Lee was unsure which career to pursue when leaving school, but experience of physiotherapy after Athletics and Rugby injuries set him on a path from which he would never look back...

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Lee Barker. MCSP

GRAD Dip Phys, Member of the Health Professions Council

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Head Physiotherapist
& Practice Owner

Lee opened the clinic in September 2002 with his wife Victoria, after his time at the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games.

Lee graduated from the Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy in 1990 and has gained extensive experience & broad knowledge from NHS hospitals in Manchester, independent hospitals in Bolton & Chorley and private practice.

Lee has worked alongside many eminent Orthopaedic Surgeons, held post of Chief Physiotherapist at the Bolton Wanderers Football Academy and was one of the lead physiotherapists on the primary care group of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games, being responsible for establishing a successful Athletes medical village.  All of the above whilst holding down the post of Physiotherapy Manager at a leading Northwest Independent Hospital.

Lee works full time at the clinic and runs a successful clinic at Stonyhurst College where he has gained extensive experience in the management of adolescent injuries.

Lee was part of the physiotherapy team treating athletes at the Athletes Village at the London 2012 Olympics.

Lee specialises in manual therapy and sports medicine and Member of the Association of Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.