Luke Fleet


Chiropractor Registered with the General Chiropractic Council and a member of the British Chiropractic Association
Luke Fleet

Luke was born and grew up in South London. His introduction to Chiropractic came after he saw his mum treated for severe low back pain at the age of seven. He saw how it could help improve pain and quality of life.

He attended Bishop Thomas Grant School in Streatham, where he found a passion for various sports such as basketball, table tennis and trampolining. Through competing in these sports and sustaining personal injuries, Luke realised the importance of rehabilitation and injury prevention.

During his time at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, now known as AECC University College, Luke increased his knowledge and skills in Chiropractic, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. He believes that the principles of these three areas are intertwined and go hand in hand to ensure his patients receive the most benefit from care. Luke graduated with a first in his degree.

Luke discovered a further interest in the paediatric care and pregnancy aspect of the profession. Learning more about these areas lead him to base the research for his dissertation on paediatric care. He will be taking his knowledge further by doing postgraduate courses in these areas.

Luke continues to play basketball, also enjoying activities such as bouldering, cycling and playing music, especially the drums.


I am proud to be a Registered Chiropractor
Chiropractors in the UK are required to adhere to a strict Code of Practice set by the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), in exactly the same way as other health professions, such as dentists. To register with the GCC chiropractors in the UK must meet and maintain high standards of education and practice, to best look after their patients.

I am proud to be a BCA Member 
The British Chiropractic Association is my professional body, which has a long history of advancing the chiropractic profession in the UK. The BCA helps members to place patients at the centre of their decision making by providing specialised support, access to evidence-based resources and high-quality patient information.