Dr. Matthew Lee DC


Dr. Matthew Lee, is a Virginian by birth, but grew up in New Jersey, France and Maryland. As a child he loved sports, but was prone to injury. As a result of his injuries, he knew that he wanted to help keep athletes healthy and performing at an optimal level. At the same time, he continued to play his favorite game volleyball and do power lifting. He attended the University of Maryland and obtained his Bachelors in Public Health in Kinesiology. He later obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. He is proficient in Supine Diversified, Flexion and Distraction, Gonstead and Thompson Drop Adjusting, Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, Full Body and Complex Protocols. He also holds a degree from the American College of Sports Medicine and is a Certified Personal Trainer.

Prior to obtaining his Doctor of Chiropractor degree, Matthew worked at several medical facilities, including assisting the head athletic trainer at the University of Maryland Football Team, providing injury prevention and treatments to athletes. He was also the Vice President of the University of Maryland Men’s Club Volleyball Team. He received the Player of the year award from the Winston Churchill Varsity Volleyball Team, and was Team Captain for four years with the Maryland Junior Olympic Volleyball Team.

In the community he has volunteered at MANA as a food distributor, worked on various projects with the Boy Scouts of America, as well as the Chinese Community Church in Washington D.C. He loves disney and enjoys watching movies, looking for new places to eat, and playing board games.