Luke Fischer

Luke grew up in the area, attended Mid-America Nazarene University during undergrad, and finished up his schooling at the University of Kansas Medical Center, becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He played many sports growing up including a whole lot of club soccer, which led to playing 4 years of college soccer. “Playing college soccer was always a huge goal of mine, however injuries kept me off the field way more than I would have liked. A passion of mine now is movement pattern analysis and injury prevention within physical therapy to keep others from missing out on doing what they love.” Luke loves working with people of all backgrounds, ages, and activity levels. He has experience with young patients, old patients, recreational athletes, professional athletes, and anyone in between. He also has experience in injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, and performance physical therapy, and looks forward to continuing to work in all of these areas.

Outside the clinic, Luke and his wife are both very competitive and love doing anything that involves competition. He continues to enjoy playing soccer, disc golf, pickup basketball, hiking, working out, and watching sports. Luke is a learner and looks forward to continuing to learn throughout his career in order to provide the best possible treatment for his patients.