Lee Herrington qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1990 from Manchester University, in the UK, having previously completed a degree in Human Biology from Loughborough University. In 1996, he was awarded an MSc in Sports Injury and Therapy from Manchester Metropolitan University. He has also been certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association (of America) as a strength and conditioning specialist.
Lee’s current professional roles include:
- lead clinician at the Knee-Rehab UK knee rehabilitation clinic
- lecturer in sports rehabilitation at the University of Salford
- honorary lecturer in sports physiotherapy at the Manchester Metropolitan University and Prince Faisal Sports Medicine Hospital in Riyhad, Saudi Arabia
- a member of the international advisory board to the journal Physical Therapy in Sport
He has worked with elite athletes for the last twelve years, including time with Great Britain Rugby League and Wigan Warriors Rugby League Club. Also, consultative work for a number of professional football clubs and individual elite level athletes from a multitude of sports including archery, athletics, swimming, triathlon, sailing, boxing and martial arts.
Current research interests include:
- assessment and treatment of lower limb motion control (proprioceptive) deficits
- assessment and treatment of Patellofemoral joint pain
Lee has presented research and lectured on the topics of patellofemoral pain syndrome, exercise rehabilitation and assessment of movement dysfunction both nationally and internationally.