Luke Lindsay-Brisbin, PT, DPT, CSCS
Luke is a graduate of Northeastern University where he earned both his Bachelor’s in Rehabilitation Science in 2015, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2016.
During his time at Northeastern, Luke performed cooperative education experiences with Boston Medical Center inpatient rehab and Cambridge Health Alliance outpatient PT. He also completed clinical rotations with Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Physical Therapy, Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Colorado Springs, and Mass Sport and Spine in Westwood.
Luke has experience and enjoys treating patients of all ages and diagnoses. He values evidence-based practice, one-on-one treatment time, and will teach you about your diagnosis to ensure you are involved and able to fully benefit from your care. During treatments, you can expect a combination of manual therapy, biomechanical analysis, specific therapeutic exercise and ergonomic/postural training to address all of your needs and goals, returning you back to function. Luke has taken continuing education courses in ACL injury rehab/prevention, treatment of the upper extremity, and looks forward to expanding his knowledge further with courses and certifications. He has worked as a personal trainer, currently holding a personal training license through NSCA, and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). In his free time, Luke enjoys playing sports, hiking, and traveling.