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Edward P. Lee, PT
"While playing football for the Detroit Lions as a wide receiver and kick-return specialist, I suffered a career-ending knee injury. After having ACL reconstruction, I went through post-surgical rehabilitation. After experiencing the benefits of successful treatment first hand I decided to become a physical therapist to help others get rid of pain and return to their active lives."
"Modern physical therapy can produce incredible results for a wide range of painful and debilitating conditions. Here at Physical Therapy and Sports Assessment Center, I offer you today's latest advances in evaluation, injury treatment, prevention and wellness along with state-of-the-art therapy equipment and techniques."
"What's more, I believe that patient-centered care can make all the difference in the world. You will be treated with respect and compassion. You will not wait long for your appointment. I will spend the time necessary to educate you about your condition and what to expect from your treatment. It is the same high level of care that I would want for myself."
BS: (Summa Cum Laude) Physical Therapy,
Howard University, Washington, DC
Oakland University, Rochester, MI
BS: (with honors) Physical Education/Minor in biology,
South Carolina State University
Member: American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic & Private Practice Sections, National Football League Players Association, Chamber of Commerce and Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board
Continuing Education: Topics include Functional Orthopedics I, World Class Care in Orthopedic Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, among others
Licensed: Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia
Ed has returned to the Detroit Lions training camp during the summer to work with them as they prepared for the new season. He is actively involved with the American Physical Therapy Association and the Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce. Ed has also served on the Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board. Ed believes that "All things work together for good to them that love God." (Romans 8:28)