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eugene chiro burnaby metrotown chiroprac

Dr. Eugene Lee is a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) and is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (doing golf movement assessments and corrections). He has spoken extensively on the prevention, treatment and biomechanics of running injuries. Sports nutrition and performance, and understanding how the body needs to move for optimal function in everyday life are special interests.

Eugene strives to continuously learn more about how the body works, and as a supervisor for the RCCSS(C) Sport Residency Program he mentors others in advancing their knowledge. Dr. Lee is a long-time runner, golfer, and cyclist, and enjoys hockey and fishing. After conquering Tough Mudder and 11 marathons, he is seeking new personal adventures, including helping others through treatments that involve education, exercises, and enhanced body awareness - enabling each patient to reach their potential, whether for sports or everyday activities. During his spare time, you will find him playing pickleball with his friends somewhere in Burnaby.

Tues - Thurs: 9am - 6pm

"Dr. Lee is a truly amazing doctor – I find his technique uniquely individual which produces immediate results not accomplished by other chiropractors."

Edward  P.

"I was in a car accident and rolled three times, totally destroyed the vehicle.  I walked away, but had pretty severe injuries.  I have been seeing Eugene Lee for a couple of months now, and he has started me on a road to rebuilding my body in a way that no other doctor or chiropractor has been able to.  I am better and still feeling great.  Eugene rocks.  He knows his stuff."

Master Gee
8th-Degree Black Belt

"After a month of seeing Dr. Lee, I have tremendous improvement, my life has changed so much.  After the first visit, I knew that I was in good and professional hands.  I had pain for many years.  I so wish I had come to this clinic sooner.  I would recommend Dr. Eugene Lee to the highest degree."

Hector M.

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