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Welcome to Core Chiropractic York

Andrew Lee Bsc (Hons) MChiro DC MRCC is a 2010 graduate of the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of Glamorgan, now the University or South Wales. He won the University awards for clinical excellence and best research project, having undertaken research on whiplash associated with the rugby tackle situation.


Andrew also has a degree in Sport & Exercise Science as well as being a qualified gym instructor, this interest has lead to Andrew pursuing many professional development courses with a focus on integrating active rehabilitation as part of the treatment process, such as building the ultimate spine (McGill), Liebenson and FAKTR.

Having played rugby in and around York for most of his life, he now takes part in triathlons, anything from sprint distance to a full ironman distance having completed Ironman Mallorca in a time of 11:27. This switch didn’t come easy as it meant he had to learn to swim and get used to wearing lycra!


MChiro (Hons), Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (University of Glamorgan), Awarded 2010
BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science, York St John University, Awarded 2004
Award for clinical excellence, Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (University of Glamorgan), Awarded 2010
Award for the best research project, Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (University of Glamorgan), Awarded 2010

In the clinic, Andrew is used to seeing a wide array of musculoskeletal complaints in a wide array of people from young to old.

Please contact the team on 01904 655899 or email us on [email protected] Feel free to ask any questions. We will aim to respond within 24 hours.

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