PT, DPT, ITPT

Camille Lee received her B.S. in Physiological Science at UCLA in 2007 and went on to finish her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at UCSF in 2014. For the completion of her doctoral studies, Camille performed a systematic review and meta-analysis regarding myofascial trigger points, titled “Trigger Point Release as an Intervention for Immediate Pain Reduction of Myofascial Trigger Points in the Upper Trapezius Muscle.” Camille has been a student of yoga for the past 8 years and has completed a Pilate’s continuing education course. She has successfully incorporated the Pilates method using core stability and mindfulness of the human body in functionally lengthened positions into her therapeutic exercise programs. In addition, Camille has also utilizes myofascial decompression, also known as “cupping,” to increase efficiency of motion through fascial flexibility and neuromuscular re-education to address sports and orthopedic injuries at the root cause through the connective tissue matrix dysfunction or fascial plane restriction