176 Barnard Street
Bendigo, Victoria 3550

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Lee Bray Physiotherapist (B.physiotherapy APAM)

Lee qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 and specialises in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation, across both athletic and non-athletic populations. This includes joint/ligament sprains, muscle and tendon injuries, back and neck pain, headaches and overuse injuries.

As a member of the APA's Sports Physiotherapy Group he is committed to current and up to date treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation approaches. Working closely with the BOSMC orthopaedic team, Lee can also help patients achieve the best rehabilitation outcomes after joint replacements, arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery.

Lee has worked internationally as team Physiotherapist for both the Australian Waterski Team and Australian Junior Waterski Team as well as gaining experience working at several orthopaedic hospitals in the United Kingdom. He has a special interest in running injuries and biomechanics and AFL.

A keen water skier, runner and triathlete he is passionate about keeping people physically active and getting clients back to their best as quickly as possible.

Latest News

  • 25 January 2019
    Bendigo Orthopaedic & Sports medicine is excited to announce from February 2019, the clinic will have Robyne Livingston providing diabetes education and self-management strategies to people diagnosed with diabetes or at risk of diabetes. Robyne works autonomously in collaboration with specialists, general practitioners and other health professionals to undertake comprehensive assessments, develop care plans, initiate referrals and evaluation interventions. As a CDE, Robyne has completed further studies at Masters Level and plays a significant role in the delivery of care to people with diabetes or at risk of diabetes in the community. Areas of practice: Type 1 diabetes Type 2 diabetes Gestational diabetes Consultation types include: Diabetes self-management education Individual consultations Home visits Nursing home visits Insulin initiation and titration Other: staff education sessions in schools, kindergartens and child care centre.   Consulting day: Tuesday mornings A referral or GP Management Plan is required to access CDE Services. Please call 0408 427 501 to make an appointment.