Dr. Gregory Lehman

Descripción General

  • Fisioterapeuta,Cinesiólogo, Quiropráctico, BKin, MSc, DC, MScPT .
  • Máster en ciencias de la fisioterapia, Universidad de Queen, Kingston
  • Doctor en quiropráctica (D.C.), Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto


Formación Complementaria

  • Máster de ciencias, Cinesiología (Biomecánica de la columna), Universidad de Waterloo
  • B.Sc. Cinesiología (Summa Cum Laude), Universidad de McMaster, Hamilton
  • Instructor y creador – Physiofundamentals Course Series (www.physiofundamentals.com)
  • Clasificación basada – Tratamiento funcional cognitivo: Kieran O’Sullivan
  • Construyendo la espalda definitiva, Prof Stuart McGill
  • Imaginería motora graduada: Noigroup con David Butler
  • El sistema nervioso sensitivo: Noigroup
  • Curso de lesiones del sistema de movimiento: Shirley Sahrmann
  • Curso de control motor de columna: Professor Paul Hodges, McMaster University
  • Acupuntura contemporánea: McMaster University
  • Especialista certificado en fitness: Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
  • Certificado de preparador especialista y entrenador, NSCA



  • Profesor asistente/asociado investigador, Estudios de grado y departamento de investigación, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC)En este puesto desarrolló el diseño, gestión y publicidad de los proyectos de investigación en biomecánica, la adquisición de equipo y el entrenamiento de los estudiantes para conducir estudios de investigación en biomecánica
  • Científico clínico, Universidad de Waterloo-Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Research Clinic, Waterloo
  • McIntyre I, Lehman GJ Short term influence of static rotational stretching on three dimensional trunk kinematics during the golf swing (2007, Sports Residency Research Project, CMCC)
  • Chivers M, Lehman GJ. Muscle activation ratios between the gluteus maximus and contralateral latissimus dorsi during running at various speeds (2007 Sports Residency Research Project, CMCC)
  • Spina A, Lehman GJ. Influence of an unstable BOSU surface on trunk and hip muscle activity during lower body strength exercises (2007 Sports Residency Research Project, CMCC)
  • Lehman GJ. Influence of a variety of unstable surfaces on lower extremity muscle activity during lower body strength exercises (2007, Undergraduate Research Project)


Últimas Publicaciones

  • Lehman G. Kinesiological research: the use of surface electromyography for assessing the effects of spinal manipulation. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2012 Oct;22(5):692-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jelekin.2012.02.010. Epub 2012 Mar 15. Review.
  • Lehman GJ, Gilas D, Patel U. An unstable support surface does not increase scapulothoracic stabilizing muscle activity during push up and push up plus exercises. Man Ther. 2008 Dec;13(6):500-6. Epub 2007 Jul 20.
  • Lehman GJ. An unstable support surface is not a sufficient condition for increases in muscle activity during rehabilitation exercise. J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2007;51(3):139-43.
  • Lehman GJ, Brandon MacMillan, Ian MacIntyre, Michael Chivers, Mark Fluter , Shoulder muscle EMG activity during push up variations on and off a Swiss ball. Dynamic Medicine 2006, 5:7 (9 June 2006)
  • Lehman GJ: Resistance training for performance and injury prevention in golf. Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association 2006; 50(1) 27-42
  • Lehman GJ. Trunk and hip muscle recruitment patterns during prone leg extension following a lateral ankle sprain: A prospective case study pre and post injury. Chiropr Osteopat. 2006 Feb 27: 14:4
  • Lehman GJ, Story S, Mabee R. Influence of static lumbar flexion on the trunk muscle’s response to sudden arm movements. Chiropr Osteopat. 2005 Nov 23;13(1):23
  • Lehman GJ. The influence of grip width and forearm pronation/supination on upper-body myoelectric activity during the flat bench press. J Strength Cond Res. 2005 Aug;19(3):587-91.
  • Lehman GJ, Hoda W, Oliver S. Trunk muscle activity during bridging exercises on and off a Swissball.
  • Chiropr Osteopat. 2005 Jul 30;13:14.
  • Lehman GJ, Trish Gordon, Jo Langley, Patricia Pemrose, Sarah Tregaskis. Replacing a Swiss ball for an exercise bench causes variable changes in trunk muscle activity during the performance of upper limb strength exercises. Dynamic Medicine 2005, 4:6 (3Jun2005)
  • Lehman GJ. The use of non-amplitude components of the myoelectric signal in identifying differences in function between the low back injured and controls. J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2004; 48(3) 225-234.
  • Lehman GJ, Buchan DD, Lundy A, Myers N, Nalborczyk A.Variations in muscle activation levels during traditional latissimus dorsi weight training exercises: An experimental study. Dyn Med. 2004 Jun 30;3(1):4.
  • Lehman GJ , Lennon D, Rayfield B, Poschar M, Tressider B. Muscle recruitment patterns during the prone leg extension test. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2004, 5:3 (10Feb2004)
  • Lehman GJ. Biomechanical assessments of lumbar spinal function. How low back pain sufferers differ from normals. Implications for outcome measures research. Part I: Kinematic assessments of lumbar function.J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2004 Jan;27(1):57-62.
  • Lehman GJ. Clinical considerations in the use of surface electromyography: Three experimental studies. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2002 Jun;25(5):293-9..
  • Lehman GJ, Vernon H & McGill SM: The effects of a mechanical pain stimulus on erector spine activity before and after a spinal manipulation in chronic low back pain patients: A preliminary investigation. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2001 Jul-Aug;24(6):402-6.
  • Lehman GJ & McGill SM: Spinal manipulation causes variable changes in trunk kinematics and associated EMG. Clinical Biomechanics 2001 May: 16(4): 293-9.
  • Lehman GJ & McGill SM: Quantification of the differences in EMG magnitude between the upper and lower rectus abdominis during selected trunk exercises. Physical Therapy 2001 May;81(5):1096-101.