Tom attended Brunel University in West London and Graduated in 2010.
After starting his career in the NHS, Tom specialised as Musculoskeletal therapist and also began working in Professional sport by working in Rugby League for Hull FC. He then moved to Scotland in 2014 and moved into the private sector whilst also maintaining his involvement in Rugby by progressing to Lead Physiotherapist at Stirling County RFC.
Tom has continued to develop his professional knowledge by studying towards an MSc in Sports Physiotherapy from Bath University.
He is passionate about the value of keeping active and has channeled his competitive spirit in sport. Tom has been a keen golfer since he was young and progressed to competing at national level before deciding to follow this interest further by qualifying as a Titleist Performance Institute therapist in 2019. To keep fit he enjoys fell running and cycling competitively in his spare time. In the winter he is a keen mountaineer and enjoys skiing when he can.
Tom has developed a hands on approach in order to support his clients in achieving their goals and is passionate about effective rehabilitation. Recently, he has combined his knowledge with skills in strength and conditioning to facilitate better physical recovery from all Musculoskeletal health conditions.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
GDip Sports Physiotherapy
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
Member of the Health & Care Professions Council