Binnari Lee graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2008, and has since been working in private practices helping people with acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Binnari has developed a special interest in the areas of neuro-musculoskeletal physiotherapy, in particular, neurodynamics dysfunction, correcting faulty movement patterns, and spine and lower limb stability rehabilitation.
Following her passion in functional rehabilitation, Binnari completed further training in active spinal stability rehabilitation in Sydney. Using these exercises that are very specific and based on the latest research into motor relearning, Binnari enjoys treating back pain from all pathologies. Anyone with back problems whether for pre- or post- surgery, or elite athletes wanting to improve their core strength, can benefit from seeing Binnari. Her rehabilitation aims to achieve sustainable functional outcomes by retraining the brain to retrain the body.
Prior to joining Willis Street Physiotherapy, Binnari has also worked as a vocational rehab provider assisting people in NZ to safely and sustainably return to their pre injury work.
Binnari is dedicated to provide world-class quality care and services tailored to clients specific needs. She will combine her up-to-date knowledge in biomechanical assessment and functional exercise rehab, together with her experienced manual therapy skills in soft tissue and joint mobilisation; myofascial release; trigger point release; and taping to help you return to your normal work / social activities faster.
She may also like to discuss other aspects of general wellness, such as sleep pattern, nutrition and stress management in order to help you achieve the very best functional outcome possible following an injury.
Outside work, Binnari loves being outdoor: snow-skiing in the winter and playing golf when a bit warmer. She is currently involved in a juniors golf academy development at a local club in the Hutt. Most weekday evenings, Binnari can be found lifting some weights in the gym or running along the waterfront before she indulges herself in a glass of nice NZ wine.