Bio: Luke Spinks

Physiotherapist Camberwell
Luke Spinks (APAM)




  • Doctor of Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor of Science
  • DMA Clinical Pilates
  • Advisor to the Australian Physiotherapy Association on Indigenous affairs
  • Years of physiotherapy experience in the musculoskeletal and sports settings


As a senior physiotherapist, Luke is passionate about creating quality outcomes for patients.


Luke graduated from the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Physiotherapy, following a move from rural New South Wales to the city to pursue his passion for physiotherapy.


Throughout his career, Luke has worked closely with patients with sport and work-related injuries, and after completing further training in Pilates, enjoys incorporating the popular practise into rehabilitation programs with great outcomes.


Luke has always had a particular interest in lower-limb biomechanics and knee pain –  an interest fuelled by having been both a player and trainer for Australian Rules football clubs.


Most recently, Luke has enjoyed developing his skills in the treatment of shoulder pain and instability, undertaking further studies in this area.


He is also very experienced and knowledgeable in Indigenous health and relations, seeking out pro-bono work in the area when possible.



Living your best life is…


Pushing yourself to take risks and inspire others.


Who/what helps you to live your best life?


Knowing we all have the capacity make a huge difference to the world.


Describe your treatment/care approach in 5 words:


Collaborative, and committed to your goals.


Something most people don’t know about me is….


I was born without a sense of smell.

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