Dr Lee Herrington is a Physiotherapist, researcher, and lecturer in sport injury rehabilitation with over 150 peer reviewed journal publications in assessment, treatment of injury and rehabilitation solutions. After a degree in Human Biology at the Loughborough University, he qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1990 from Manchester University. In 1996 he earned his Master of Science in Sports Injury and Therapy from Manchester Metropolitan University. Lately he completed his PhD in the knee pain field and has also been certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association (of America) as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
In over 20 years he has previously worked as a Physiotherapist for:
- Team Great Britain at Rio 2016 & London 2012 Olympic Games and Baku 2015 European Games
- British Swimming
- Great Britain Basketball
- Great Britain & England Rugby League
- Wigan Warriors Rugby League
He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation at the University of Salford and an Honorary Lecturer in Sports Physiotherapy at the Manchester Metropolitan University and Prince Faisal Sports Medicine Hospital in Riyhad (Saudi Arabia). He is also a Senior Physiotherapist at the English Institute of Sport, a clinician at the Knee-Rehab UK knee rehabilitation clinic and a member of the international advisory board to the Physical Therapy in Sport Journal.