Dr Jason Lee
Jason arrived into osteopathy by happy coincidence. Having spent much of his active, yet accident prone youth being patched up by compassionate health professionals, it was only a matter of time before he joined their ranks. He graduated in 2016 from the double bachelor program at RMIT, and has worked in private practice since.
“Synchronicity and balance renders the complexity of the body into one simple harmonious unit of function. Osteopathy has been my key to finding health for myself and my patients”
Prior to osteopathy Jason enjoyed a rewarding career as an architect, having worked on large and small scale projects in Victoria and abroad. Architecture enabled him to cultivate his innate attention to detail while encompassing the overarching design and function of the whole structure. As an inquisitive thinker, Jason’s love for working with complex components and dense structure to achieve something elegant and functional extends seamlessly into osteopathy, and reflects his level of patient care.
Jason’s education continues as he pursues postgraduate courses in Cranial and Biodynamic fields. He believes synchronicity and balance to be the cornerstones to good health, both for a body in motion and at rest.
Albeit less accident prone these days, Jason still tries to be active. He’s dabbled in weight training and Crossfit, and provided onsite health support to competing team members at local competitions. Putting injured athletes back on their fields is rewarding, but Jason also enjoys treating patients from all walks and all ages.
Qualifications & Post Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) 2016
Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) 2014
Explain Pain 3 – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute Australia 2018
A Biodynamic View of Osteopathy Phase 1-3 2016-2019
Myofascial Dry Needling and Cupping – Level 1 – Manual Medicine Australasia 2016
Introduction to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field – Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation - 2016