Henry Lee earned his Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture. His studies included both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture as well as Chinese Herbal Medicine. As a lifelong athlete, Henry found himself drawn to the sports medicine aspect of acupuncture and became an orthopedic acupuncture specialist. Henry is particularly interested in the treatment of orthopedic and sports injuries through the synergy of traditional and modern medical theories and methodologies.
Henry was and continues to be a student of the Chinese Martial Arts. He began his study in earnest at 13 years old learning Wushu and then Jow Ga Kuen Kung Fu and by the age of 18, he had become a full instructor. He then shifted his studies to the Internal Martial Arts which were well known not only for their martial prowess but also for their health benefits. In 2007, Henry began studying Chen style Taiji/Tai Chi and in 2009, began studying the Wudang arts under Master Zhou Xuan Yun, a Daoist Priest and Martial Arts master from Wudang Mountain. Henry is an authorized instructor of Master Zhou’s Daoist Gate Wudang Arts school.
Henry’s analytical abilities as a teacher and athlete inform his career as a therapist where he continues to study both classical and modern works in order to better evolve his abilities as a clinician. He has treated a diverse group of patients ranging from office workers to professional mixed martial artists.
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