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Lucas qualified as a physiotherapist in 2017 and began his career working within the NHS at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead. Lucas has gained a wealth of experience working in numerous specialities within one of London’s largest and well renowned teaching hospitals, with experience in Trauma & Orthopaedics, Respiratory, Neurology, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. After gaining experience in multiple specialities, Lucas specialised in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the Royal Free Hospital and works there full time as specialist Senior Physiotherapist within the outpatients Musculoskeletal department.  Alongside his NHS role Lucas, has worked as a physiotherapist within multiple London based professional football club academies and continues to do so for the Premier League football club, Watford FC, delivering elite sports physiotherapy for young athletes.  

Lucas has extensive experience managing a wide variety of Musculoskeletal conditions, Orthopaedic pre/post operative cases and sports injuries in both the general population and elite athletes. His skill set includes high level manual therapy, exercise therapy/prescription, kinesiology taping, and hydrotherapy. Lucas has extensive experience in managing sports injuries, mapping out clear rehabilitation programmes for professional athletes and amateurs, from initial pitch side assessment/treatment to return to play protocols. Lucas works closely alongside orthopaedic consultants at the Royal Free treating a wide variety of orthopaedic referrals, both acute and chronic. He has a particular interest in lower limb pathology and post fracture management following his experience working alongside orthopaedic consultants in fracture clinics.  

Lucas participates in numerous sports and is currently training for triathlon endurance events. His own passion for physical activity coupled with his physiotherapy degree have led him to have a keen interest in the strength and conditioning component of rehabilitation/training.  

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