About Luke Kane

"I became interested in physical therapy after injuring my back while working out in 2012. After being able to treat my low back pain conservatively without surgical intervention by utilizing physical therapy, I became curious about how I could help people feel better in a similar way. It feels amazing to see patients improve and do things that they couldn't before such as pick up their child or get back to their hobbies without pain. My approach with patients is different because I like to emphasize how resilient the human body is and educate patients that movement is medicine."

Luke Kane graduated from UT Southwestern School of Health Professions as a doctor of physical therapy in 2020.

He did his undergraduate work at Texas Wesleyan and graduated in 2018.

Luke’s patients receive a hands-on approach using manual therapy and individualized exercises to help patients reach their goals and get back to doing what they enjoy. Luke has a passion for treating orthopedic injuries and helping people get out of pain. He prides himself on staying up to date with current research in rehabilitation and physical therapy. In addition to treating the spine, Luke has experience treating vestibular dysfunction, shoulder impingement/rotator cuff issues, plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis and Parkinson’s among other diagnoses. Luke has expertise to help you feel better long term by working to improve your body mechanics and posture.

Outside of work, Luke enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, riding his mountain bike, hiking, and lifting weights. He can’t wait to help you get back to feeling 100%!




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