Luke is the owner and lead clinician at Reform Physio.
Luke has a wealth of experience in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy working as lead Physio for Jesus College over the past 7 years as well as other colleges including St John’s and Homerton where he continues to work closely with a wide range of collegiate athletes and the up and coming elite in sports including rowing, cycling, running, rugby, football, swimming, golf, athletics and basketball, to name a few.
Luke also works closely with staff and fellows at the University for everyday musculoskeletal complaints.
Luke has a special interest in the area of gait analysis and lower limb biomechanics helping to give an extremely varied approach to symptom management, addressing the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction and not purely treating the symptoms. As a result of this Luke treats a large number of runners and triathletes of all abilities to help them recover from injury and minimise the likelihood of injuring in the first place.
Luke has also recently completed a Certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy to further his knowledge and add to his experience in treating neck and back pain as well as conditions such as sciatica and headaches.
Luke deals with a wide range of sporting, domestic and work related injuries from foot and ankle pain to neck strains and headaches using a range of manual therapy and exercise based interventions to ensure quick and effective recovery, whether to return to elite sport or simply to return to work.