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At Acu-Pro Physiotherapy Clinic, we are committed to providing you with the most effective personalized treatment for your condition in a comfortable and caring environment. We believe in taking an integrated approach to get you back to a healthier lifestyle by using a combination of treatment techniques we find most effective for treating your injury or medical condition. The education you receive in your treatments will also help prevent recurrences and manage your condition.
We also focus on holistic healing. The human body functions with multiple systems working together. As a result, we consider the person as a “whole” when planning a treatment program for you. Rather than treating just the symptoms, our treatments deal directly with the source of the problem.
Some of the injuries or conditions we provide treatments for include:
Lydia Lee is the owner of Acu-Pro Physiotherapy clinic. With more than 30+ years of experience as a registered physiotherapist, she opened the physiotherapy clinic in Coquitlam in 2005. From her experience, she finds a combination of physiotherapy and acupuncture is very successful in helping patients to recover faster with an holistic approach to healing.
Lydia Lee takes a special interest in treating all her clients with a holistic approach to healing. She graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy, with distinction. She was awarded the University Council Scholarship for Academic Excellence as Best Paramedical Student in 1986, as well as the Raymond and Marjorie Dart Medal for Academic Excellence – Best Paramedical Student in 1989.
She has completed many ongoing education courses offered by the British Columbia Orthopedic Physiotherapy Division, attaining Level 3 (Extremity & Vertebral) certification in 1996. She became certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute in 2000. She is also trained in the Gokavi Transverse Technique of Intra-muscular stimulation and in custom orthotic prescription. Lydia enjoys spending time with her husband and her two children, as well as reading, going to the gym and doing yoga.