Luke Reid

Luke Reid graduated with a BSc in Sports Therapy from the University of Chichester, where he gained competency in clinical biomechanics, sports medicine, spinal and peripheral manual therapy, therapeutic electrotherapy and physical rehabilitation.

In 2014, he obtained a MSc in Human Anatomy from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. There he studied anatomical science and its role within a medical curriculum, learning educational theory and receiving the opportunity to contribute towards teaching anatomy to small and large groups of medical students.

Reid has completed dissertations into physiotherapeutic interventions, investigating neurophysiological effects of manual therapy and musculoskeletal tissue engineering, studying the effect of ultrasound on chick tendon fibroblast cell.