With a background in recreational distance running and playing basketball, Luke has a great passion for anything active and outdoors. He uses dry needling, cupping, massage and manual therapy as part of rehabilitation with his clients, and believes movement and strength training are valuable elements to reach full recovery.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science in 2018, and completed his Masters of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry) in 2020 at the University of South Australia.
Luke loves working with a wide range of injuries and presentations, with special interests in treating
- Cyclists and runners
- TMJ pathology (jaw issues)
- Hip, knee and ankle rehabilitation
- Strength and conditioning
- Neck and back pain
Luke believes that stronger bodies are more resilient bodies, and that there is great value in looking at the body as whole. He has a strong focus on education to empower his clients and help them to better understand that we are all unique, strong and adaptable.
Luke has completed additional qualifications in
- TMJ physiotherapy
- Vestibular physiotherapy
- Reformer/Trapeze Table/Multi-chair Pilates
- Shockwave therapy (not currently available)
- Real Time Ultrasound Assessment (not for pre/post natal presentations)
- McKenzie method of treatment
In spare time outside the clinic, Luke loves to run, ride and hike as well as partake in water sports behind a boat. He’s a big lover of nature and plants, as well as coffee and red wine.
Luke consults in Glenelg on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
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