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Winnie Lu

Physiotherapist and Director

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

  • Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

  • Associate Lecturer, University of Queensland

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Queensland

  • Souths United Football Club Physiotherapist

  • Serpent Football Team Physiotherapist

  • (France & Switzerland) 2017 Physiotherapist: Haute Route Alps (cycling race)

  • (Scotland) 2017 Physiotherapist: British Transplant Games

  • I practice Western Acupuncture, Dry Needling and Myofascia Cupping.

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I have always been drawn to people and their stories. I am thorough, empathetic and idealistic. I strive to have a positive impact on other people and the world around me. 

Being a physiotherapist allows me to inspire people to be physically resilient, which in turn brightens their daily life. It brings me great joy and a deep sense of fulfillment when I am able to guide others not just on a path of recovery, but also in forming a healthy lifestyle. 

I care deeply, and I'm motivated by a strong desire to support and uplift others. Physiotherapy is a great way for me to do this. We can explore the injury or condition that has been troubling you, find out what may have caused it, and communicate clearly with you about what you and I could both do to make it better. A lot of people I work with see me long-term, and as they need it. They introduce their friends and family to Breathe because of the trusting relationship we have built together.  

I'm an avid cyclist, runner and Olympic Weightlifter. I enjoy working with recreational and competitive athletes because of the numerous variables at play, the complexity of some injuries, and above all else, the great level of determination that athletes display. I went through ACL reconstruction in February 2022, so I know what it feels like to have a serious sports injury and the mental stress that often comes with injuries.

I love helping people achieve their goals, and in doing so, I am constantly learning to become a better physiotherapist and person.  For example, working with lower limb amputees has taught me to push through some of the hardest moments in building a business. These amputees are now achieving 'the impossible' by participating in adaptive CrossFit games, Para Ice Hockey Queensland, Wheelchair Basketball Queensland and Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League. 

 

My areas of interest in physiotherapy include:

 

  • ACL and knee injuries

  • weightlifting injuries

  • football injuries

  • cycling injuries

  • lower limb amputees

I'm proud of the practice we have built, with thoughtfully designed spaces and exercise equipment. We're always innovating and using technology to help with our treatment.

 

I sincerely hope that when you arrive for physiotherapy at Breathe, you will feel welcomed, encouraged and supported. 

Available: Mon - Thur, Sat

Winnie Lu: Our Team
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Mt Everest Base Camp
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Feeding/ treating station for competing cyclist
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Treating competing cyclist
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Treating competing cyclist
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Alpe D'huez in France
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Mt Everest Base Camp Hike
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Another day of out in the filed
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Treating competing cyclist
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