Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) – Curtin, Master of Physiotherapy – Curtin University, Bachelor of Exercise and Health Science – UWA
Luke has worked in a variety of physiotherapy roles, predominantly in the private practice setting managing a wide variety of pain presentations and sporting injuries. Luke has also worked in professional sport, travelling with state netball, Western Sting and West Coast Fever netball teams. Luke is a clinical supervisor for physiotherapy students completing their clinical master degree at Curtin University.
Luke has a keen interest in management of complex chronic pain conditions, especially low back, and neck pain. He is a part of the multi-disciplinary pain team at Joondalup hospital, working alongside pain specialists, psychologists, and other health professionals to provide whole person care. Luke is involved in research for new treatment techniques (such as cognitive functional therapy) used to manage chronic low back, neck pain and whiplash.
His focus is to listen to your story, give a better understanding of your pain presentation and how you can manage it going forward. In addition to this he uses a variety of hands-on treatment techniques and his background in exercise rehabilitation to work towards achieving your goals and improving your pain.
Luke is a twice retired football player and once retired golfer who loves playing sport, this balances his love for food. He and his fiancé hope to get married at some stage covid pending and he is a big fan of his 2 dogs.