Brandon Lee graduated with Honours from Centennial College with a diploma of Massage Therapy after finishing a Bachelor of Science at Queen’s University. Whilst in massage school, Brandon volunteered in an outreach program, at the People with AIDS foundation, where he gained valuable experience in treating people from all walks of life and ages with various musculoskeletal and health conditions. He is currently a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
In treatment, Brandon adopts a myofascial and deep tissue based approach to treatment, utilizing techniques such as trigger point therapy, strain-counterstrain, and myofascial release. Brandon holds a Holistic approach to treatment whereas he firmly believes in figuring out the root cause of his patient’s pain or discomfort, before devising an appropriate treatment plan, focussed on addressing both the cause and symptom(s) of his patient’s pain or condition, so that they can leave an appointment with him experiencing not only pain relief, but also be better equipped to help prevent the pain from reoccurring.
During his free time, Brandon enjoys going for walks and going to the gym, seeing as he recognizes the utmost importance of taking care of his own physical and mental health first, so that he better able to take care of his patients’ needs.