Master of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy)
Early Intervention Physiotherapy Framework Provider
Meet Luke Anthony
After working as a 10 years Myotherapist in Richmond, Luke has gained invaluable experience working with people of all walks including elite athletes, office workers, ballet dancers and gym goers. However in 2013 Luke returned to study to complete a Master of Physiotherapy at Flinders University. This experience exposed Luke to invaluable experience in the acute clinical setting of Metropolitan and Rural hospitals in South Australia.
As part of the course work, Luke completed primary research in falls prevention for people with Multiple Sclerosis. This research abstract has subsequently been accepted to be presented at the World Physical Therapy Conference 2015 in Singapore.
Luke is currently continuing his education by undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Latrobe University. He divides his time between Richmond Rehab, a leading sports physio clinic in Blackburn, and as the team physio for the Nunawading Spectres Mens SEABL team.
Areas of particular interest include;
- Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
- Sports Physiotherapy
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Clinical Pilates
- Chronic Condition Management
- Paediatric Developmental Delays
- Falls Management in Multiple Sclerosis
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What is Luke up to in this gym this month?
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Recovering from injuries can be difficult. Sports, Work Place or Post Surgical... rehab is a complex process aimed at maximising your envelope of function. Follow the link if you'd like to learn more about how injuries effect performance.
Injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament is extremely common in sports which have a contact component or those that require quick changes in direction. If you're interested the ACL, how it is injured or what you can do to avoid injury, this is the post for you.
Muscle strains are a very common form of injury for those involved in exercise. This article helps to give you an idea of what to do following an injury. If you follow these steps, you will certainly make your physio happy when you come in for an assessment!
No matter what your age, physical activity has been show to positively impact your health. It can take many different forms, and be done in many different places. The Australian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines can help you to get more out of life.
Osteoarthritis is a condition which can occur at any age and affect any joint in the body. Read this post if you'd like to learn more about this common condition.
Stroke is Australia's second biggest killer, read on to learn about the facts of Stroke and what role Physiotherapy can play in rehabilitation.