Actovegin


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Doctor:  Mr Paul Y F Lee - experience 


Besides his surgical expertise, Mr Lee is also a qualified Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine. He completed his M.Sc in Sports and Exercise Medicine with a thesis on “Actovegin", and was able to continue his research to a PhD level. 

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Through his PhD dissertation, 'the role of injection therapy in muscle injuries’, Mr Lee was able to establish Actovegin injection therapy with a sound scientific base. He has successfully treated UK Premiership footballers for muscle injuries which significantly reduced their time for recovery and return to play. His experience and results with actovegin injection therapy are widely published in the medical literature. Due to the extensive understanding and research performed by Mr Lee, his Actovegin therapy protocol can significantly reduce the number of days for players to ‘return to play’ - up to 30% after muscle injuries. Currently Mr Lee is researching the role of Actovegin in the treatment of other types of sports injuries and arthritis.

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Mr Lee was awarded the Sports Medicine Travelling Fellowship in 2014 to present his sports medicine work in Australia. He treated sports injuries in high-level athletes and has been offering performance and sports medicine consultations to elite sports teams since 2010.

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Below is a list of publications by Mr Lee in the field of Actovegin and Sports medicine:

  • Lee PYFKwan A.Smith, Paul and Nokes L 2016. Should we treat soft tissue injuries with Actovegin. EC Orthopaedics 4 (4) , pp. 600-604.
  • Lee PYF, Kwan A, Smith P, Brock J, Nokes L (2016) Actovegin Equals to Performance Enhancing Drug Doping: Fact or Fiction? Journal of Tissue Science & Engineering. 7:3 doi: 10.4172/2157-7552.1000179
  • Man W, Lee PYF , Rogers A (2016)Treatment of Recalcitrant Lateral Epicondylitis with Autologous Conditioning Plasma. Musculoskeletal Disorders and Treatment. 1:1
  • Lee PYF, Nokes L, Smith PM (2012) No effect of intravenous Actovegin on peak aerobic capacity. International Journal of Sports Medicine Vol. 33: 4, 305 – 309  doi: 10.1055/s-0031-1291322
  • Lee PYF, Kwan A, Nokes L (2011) Actovegin – Cutting Edge Sports Medicine or “Voodoo” remedy? Current Sports Medicine Reports, Vol. 10:4, 186 – 190 doi: 10.1249/JSR.0b013e318223cd8a.
  • Lee PYF, Nokes L (2011) Our Experience on Actovegin, is it cutting edge? International Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 32 : 4, 237 – 241doi: 10.1055/s-0030-1269862



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