Luca Piazza

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 2010 Universita’ di Trieste - Italy




Member of Health and Care Professional Council – Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Member of Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports & Exercise Medicine and Member of World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy.

Luca believes that the time he invests in the assessment phase with his patients makes him stand out as a physio. Luca approaches the patient’s problem by looking at the big picture so he can understand the root cause of their pain.

Luca’s treatments typically involve a broad-reaching approach and include joint mobilisation, manipulation, medical acupuncture, soft tissue traction and muscle strengthening to relieve pain and restore balance in your body. Luca’s experience treating amateur and professional athletes means he’s able to give patients a quick and accurate solution to high-level sports-related issues as well as people suffering day-to-day problems.

Luca holds additional post graduate qualifications in Medical Acupuncture; Instrument assisted Soft Tissue Release; Running Rehabilitation; Spinal Manipulation, Kinesiotape.

Luca completed an honours degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Trieste (Italy) in 2010. After completing his studies he worked in one of the most reputed private rehabilitation clinics in Trieste, as well as in the National Health Service. In his role in the clinic in Trieste, Luca had the opportunity to treat a wide range of patients and he became Team Lead Physiotherapist.

At the same time as working in the clinic, Luca worked as a self-employed physio in two other private clinics. He was part of a multidisciplinary team of doctors specialising in urogenital and orthopaedic rehabilitation, in metabolic bone diseases and osteoporosis, in sports medicine and rheumatology.

A huge sports fan in his own right, Luca has worked with lots of professional and amateur sports associations as a physiotherapist as well as an adviser to sports trainers. In his time he has treated runners, football players, tennis players, rugby players, canoeists, and people doing yoga, Pilates and karate. He also teaches Tai Chi. 

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