Meet Our Team of Doctors

DR LUKE VEVERKA

“Be. Mobile.

I like to live my life as actively as possible.

I have competed (and won medals) at the Australian University and Eastern University Games. I also competed at the 2008 Australian Swimming Championships, Australian Age Swimming championships 2005-2007 and won multiple NSW Swimming Championship titles. Since I am so passionate about swimming and waterpolo, I coached my former high school swim team (St Aloysius College) for 5 years. I was also the Deck Supervisor/Learn to Swim Instructor at Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre for 6 years. During this period, I trained swimmers of all levels from beginners through to Australian Age Champions alongside Olympic level coaching staff.”
Luke graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and a Masters of Chiropractic. Luke has external training in dry needling and sports taping, and is perfectly suited to treating professional athletes, so called “weekend warriors” and the very occasional walker, employing an integrated and evidence based approach.

Luke currently works at Sports Lab, treating at our Alexandria Clinic. He is highly passionate when it comes to training and treating athletes following a holistic and preventive intervention approach to health. His treatment chiefly involves:
• Chiropractic Adjustments
• Soft Tissue Release
• Dry Needling
• Ergonomic Advice
• Rehabilitation and Sport Specific Programs (mobility, stability and strength exercises)

Personal Interests:
• Swimming
• Water Polo
• Cycling
• Running
• Basketball
• Surfing
• Skiing
• Snowboarding
• Ruby Union
• Volleyball

Luke works at the Alexandria Clinic

Contact Us

Sydney Spine & Sports Clinic Level 5, Park House
187 Macquarie St
Sydney NSW 2000

Blog

Correct Squat, Lunge and Deadlift Technique

  Here’s a short video blog about the best method to Squat, Lunge and Deadlift. These tend to be excellent exercises if done properly. Sadly, most people lose form, and therefore are much more likely to injure themselves.

Get those shoulders stretched

We often see patients suffering from shoulder pain and tightness. Here are some great stretches to get some flexibility through your rotator cuff, so come on, get stretching! Check them out below:        

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