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Felix Lee

Felix Lee

Felix Lee

Assistant Professor, Faculty, Clinical Faculty

Phone: (562) 9478755 Ext 149

Email: felixlee@scuhs.edu

Los Angeles College of Chiropractic


Dr. Lee obtained his D.C. degree from SCU in 2000. He received further education and certification as a chiropractic sports physician through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. He has organized and taught many courses through the Kinesio Taping Association and has been involved with instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization since 2007 as an instructor. In 2006, Dr. Lee returned to academia as a supervising clinician and professor at a different chiropractic college and transitioned over to his alma mater in 2011. He was the lead treating clinician for three randomized control trials involving hip osteoarthritis, knee osteoarthritis, and patellofemoral pain syndrome. Currently, Dr. Lee is the lead instructor of several courses in the clinical education department. Previously, he was the clinician supervising chiropractic clinical students at UHC and Mt. San Antonio College’s student health center where SCU provided chiropractic care to approximately 45,000 students and student athletes. He emphasizes evidence-based practice, which includes manipulative therapy of dysfunctional joints, manual therapy (especially instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization), and rehabilitative exercises.

Awards & Honors

  • Delta sigma honorary scholastic society of the healing arts Delta tau alpha honor society

Selected Publications

  • Brantingham JW, Globe G, Jensen, ML, Cassa, Globe, DR, Price, JL, Mayer, SN, Lee, F. A Feasibility Study Comparing Two Chiropractic Protocols in the Treatment of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics Sept 2009: 32(7): 536-548.
  • Rainbow DM., Weston JP., Brantingham JW., Globe G., Lee F. A prospective, clinical trial comparing chiropractic manipulation and exercise therapy vs. chiropractic mobilization and exercise therapy for treatment of patients suffering from adhesive capsulitis/frozen shoulder. J Amer Chiropr Assoc Sept-Oct 2008; 45(7): 12-28.
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