Dr. Gee matriculated at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha, NE in 1988. From 1988 through 1990 he was enrolled in medical school. In 1990, Dr. Gee took a leave of absence from Medical School to pursue a Ph.D.
Dr. Gee's Doctor of Philosophy thesis work focused on the interactions the brain and behavior have upon the immune system (the body's defense against disease). Dr. Gee completed his Ph.D defense and graduated from graduate school in 1994. He completed his final two years of medical school during 1994-96. His internship in Internal Medicine was taken at University Hospital in Omaha, NE in 1996-97.
In 1997, Dr. Gee began his Neurology Residency at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He was elected Chief Resident in his final year and completed residency in 2000.
Dr. Gee began his private practice in Sheridan, WY in July of 2000 and subsequently started Bighorn Neurology, LLC in 2001. Frontier Neurosciences, LLC has developed from the growth and expansion of Bighorn Neurology, LLC.
In 2002, Dr. Gee moved to Rapid City, SD and in 2004 Dr. Gee's focus turned to the Big Horn Basin area, where he now has his main office based in Cody, Wyoming.
Dr. Gee is a strong advocate for neurological patients and has participated in numerous Academy of Neurology advocate events. He is currently is a member of the AANPA Government Relations Committee.
Dr. Gee is married and has four daughters. He and his family live in Cody, Wyoming.
Special interests of Dr. Gee and his family include Nebraska football and volleyball, mountain biking, fly fishing, and hiking. Dr. Gee is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys backcountry snowboarding and skiing, as well as hunting.
When not helping others make lifestyle changes, Dr. Leslie focuses on practicing what she preaches. She enjoys spending time with her family, the great outdoors, travel, going to the gym, visiting with friends, and continuing to learn how to have a positive impact on the lives of others.
Health Coaching for Porter means education, encouragement and personalized nutrition. Appointments consist of a symptom analysis, dietary analysis and personalized nutritional recommendations. Though much can be accomplished in one appointment, Porter likes to continue to meet with patients to offer support and modifications as both progress and challenges are experienced.
Our Team Values
Why We Value NeuroHealth
NeuroHealth is holistic and neurological wellbeing. It is general health, happiness, relations and performances. Its absence is mental and physical dysregulation and disease.
The body is wise. The body’s internal environment is created to support the workings of DNA cells and systems to support life. This internal balance is aggressively monitored and maintained by the mind and body working together.
We believe quality sleep, nutrition, movement and mindfulness are core elements. When we get people sleeping, moving (gently), eating well and understanding and addressing mindfulness, diseases are more easily treated or delayed.
NeuroHealth is our focus to assist the mind and body on this endeavor. At Frontier we are encouraging people to utilize the NeuroHealth services for their overall wellbeing and not just for disease.
”Dr. Gee is very professional and works with you and your family to achieve a common goal. He is friendly and caring. Would recommend.Cody, WyomingNeurology Patient