Greg Lehman, DC, MScPT
BIO: Greg is a clinician and researcher in exercise and spine biomechanics. He received his MSc in Spine Biomechanics at the world famous Waterloo Spine Biomechanics Laboratory researching manual therapy and spinal function. Greg has been teaching for more than 15 years in the clinical biomechanics field but with an emphasis on how biomechanics fits within the biopsychosocial model of care. Greg has a special interest in pain science and how neuroscience research can better explain many clinical conditions than the traditional biomechanical model.
Greg has not told a patient they have bad posture, a SICK scapula, altered pelvic positions, misaligned joints or that they needed joint stability in years and believes that the research firmly supports this view. He looks forward to convincing you as well. Greg believes that both the biomechanics and pain science research leads to a much simpler approach to all pain and injuries and that many of our clinical approaches don’t need to be completely discarded but rather reconceptualized.
Greg runs two websites (greglehman.ca and physiofundamentals.com) and is also an Instructor with The Running Clinic - a leader in running injury prevention courses for therapists and teaches Physiofundamentals: Reconciling biomechanics with pain science.