Physiotherapist introduces martial art-inspired treatments

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Chongsu Lee developed the technique based on the Ki-Gong martial art

AN accomplished martial arts expert has launched a new physio treatment inspired by his combat skills.

Chongsu Lee, who runs the Korean Physiotherapy Clinic in Edinburgh, combines martial arts and traditional physiotherapy to treat a variety of physical ailments.

Since the Clinic opened its doors in February this year, Chongsu has been treating around 350 of patients on a regular basis using this Ki-Gong technique.

Included in his client base is Dunfermline Athletic FC where he plays a crucial role in getting the Under 19s youth players fit.

Chongsu Lee said: “I want to be known as the best physiotherapist in Europe and hope that with my compassion and competency I can help many people throughoutScotlandand beyond have a better quality of life.

“I spent 15 years mastering the Ki-Gong martial art discipline in my native South Korea which inspired me to develop a new form of physio treatment after I overcame my own health issues through practising Ki-Gong.

“I fell in love with Edinburgh when I came to study here.  I felt this city was a good base to start my business because it’s renowned for its health care and is a leader in the field of medicine.  If I can prove myself in Edinburgh then I can go any where in the world with confidence.”

For further information on the treatments available at Korean Physiotherapy Clinic (8 Albany Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3QB), contact Chongsu Lee on 0131 473 2333 or alternatively visit the website.

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