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Jay Lee BHSc(Physio), MPNZ

Physiotherapist


Jay completed his Physiotherapy degree at AUT in 2017. Having also studied Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Auckland, he is highly passionate about sports medicine, strength & conditioning and injury prevention with performance enhancement. 

Jay has worked with a number of football teams as a student physio across various playing levels and age groups including. Working with all these clubs allowed him to establish a solid foundation in injury management, clinical reasoning and rehabilitation planning early on in his career. 

Jay will continue his studies in Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Jay speaks fluent Korean.


  • "If you are experiencing pain or discomfort when you're trying to enjoy playing football then don't put up with it. I have a passion for treating football injuries and would love to see you, I encourage you to book an appointment for a consultation today. I can help get you back playing pain free."

    Jay Lee

  • "As a fully qualified sonographer I spend all day scanning my client’s injuries. Our appointments take only 20 minutes and I feed back my findings directly to your physiotherapist or doctor. This helps them plan your injury management. Ask you physio today if you need an ultra sound scan to help with your injury."

    Simon Cunliffe

  • "I enjoy treating knees, and here at RJ Physio we see many knee injuries and clients suffering from knee pain. Having a great knowledge of how the knee works and wonderful facilities at RJ Physio, including two gyms and a Pilates studio, anyone with a knee problem should see the team. Call me today to see if can help you with your knee pain."

    Hamish Donnison

  • "If you have issues with your footwear, running or walking biomechanics, or any pain in your feet – call me for an appointment today. I am a podiatrist specialising in sports podiatry, I can customise orthotics for you, prescribe exercises and advise you on the best way of managing your pain."

    Dale Gooding