Luke commenced working for MCPhysio as a Physiotherapist in 2007. He is involved in a part time capacity and works full time at the Ballarat Base Hospital as a Senior Orthopaedic Physiotherapist.  Luke has worked in multiple private practices and public hospitals since graduating from Melbourne’s LaTrobe University in 2004 and in his time practicing has extended his skills through completing extensive training in multiple physiotherapy areas.

He is a dynamic and hard working Physiotherapist who strives to be the best that he can be to meet patient needs.  He is committed to achieving the best results for all patients in order to maximise their success and minimise any ongoing injury concerns.

Luke was selected to complete training in the highly sought after and regarded APA Level 3 Sports Course in 2012 which took place at the AIS in Canberra and since has extended his skills as a sports physiotherapist.

Recently completing a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy Luke was able to practice his elite sports physiotherapy skills on placement at the AIS in Canberra, and Western Bulldogs AFL club. He has extensive experience in providing care for local, national and international sportsmen and women and has been involved in providing care at major events such as the City to Sea run in Melbourne.

Luke is current chair of the Australian Physiotherapy Associations Ballarat Regional group, a position he has held since 2006. In this role Luke has been involved in training, leadership and professional development of all Physiotherapists in the region. He is a member of the APA, Sports Physio Association, Musculoskeletal Physio Association and Sports Medicine Australia.

Main Areas of Interest

Elite athletes (athletics, cycling, triathlon, race walking, swimming, and AFL)
General Private Practice work
Inpatient and outpatient orthopaedics including post operative rehabilitation
Emergency Department Physiotherapy
Dry Needling

Outside of work, Luke is a keen sportsman with main interest in running, cycling and swimming. He enjoys catching up with friends and family, playing with his two boys and travel, especially to major sporting events like the Tour de France and Olympics. Luke was named after a famous fictional character.