British School of Osteopathy 2002-2006
Tom graduated as an Osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy after completing a 4 year degree course in Osteopathy.
He graduated with Distinction having been awarded the Principals Prize for Clinical Excellence and the Technique Prize. The Technique Prize is a prestigious award given to the top student. It recognises excellence in the learning, skill and application of osteopathic manipulative techniques.
Staying up to date with exercise prescription, design, protocol and research, Tom is currently studying for his Strength and Conditioning certification with the UKSCA. This education compliments the clinical loading of a patient with the sport specific and performance load needed to meet the rigours of competition.
Tom’s particular interest and expertise is with sports and fitness related injuries.
He has a special interest in tennis injury and regularly treats players in the Men’s and Women’s ATP tours.
His patients include full time athletes, professional boxers, tennis players, triathletes, body builders, cricketers, footballers and rugby professionals.
Participating and playing sport at a high level himself enables Tom to bring real insight into the need to keep your body on top form to compete. He has completed a 3 Iron Distance Triathlons as well as plenty of 70.3 races and can be found regularly competing at the Castle Triathlon Series at Hever Castle... when not playing tennis!
Sports and Injury Rehabilitation
Sporting Hip Disorders
Chronic Disc Problems
Antenatal and Postnatal
Children's sports Injury
Post Oprative Rehabilitation
Triathlon and Ironman Competitior
Food/Cooking – will try anything once!
2010 - present
2010 - present
Tom works with individual athletes providing in competition care at professional sporting events including Boxing and Muai Thai Boxing, Tennis Events including the Olympics at Wimbledon.
Tom works with Orthopaedic and Neurological Consultants at London Bridge Hospital in London and BMI Sloane Hospital in Beckenham and Chelsfield.
He is a regular observer in the operating theatre ensuring he keeps up to date with the latest developments in orthopaedic and neurological care and techniques.
For two years Tom was consultant Osteopath for Charlton Athletic FC and still sees players from from first tier English football to support the clubs medical staff.