Tom is registered Doctor of Chiropractic and graduated from the prestigious
Anglo European College of Chiropractic with a Master of Chiropractic degree.
With a background in rowing & CrossFit, Tom uses a wide range of manual treatment techniques
with special focus on movement, joint function to manage and
treat musculoskeletal conditions and injuries.
"With a passion for rowing and training as part of team GB start programme in 2015,
I know first hand the benefits to chiropractic in maintaining a healthy fully functional body".
MChiro Masters of Chiropractic - 2019 AECC (UK)
Doctor of Chiropractic - 2019 AECC (UK)
Spinal Joint Manipulation (Diversified)
Active Myofascial Release
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation
Movement & Exercise Rehabilitation
Rowing with the Great Britain World Class Start Program
Track & road cycling
TOM'S further studies include:
● Motion Palpation Institute - Lower dynamic movement assessment
● Total taping – Kinesio Tape UK
● Anglo European College of Chiropractic - Master of Chiropractic
As a result of spending 2014/2015 pursuing my rowing aspirations, training to an elite level 6 hours a day, drove my interests in rehabilitation, manual therapy, load tolerances and how they translate to the general population as well as athletes.
Apart from helping every day gym goers, I enjoy finding and addressing the underlying cause of a person's injury to help them return to their activity or sport as soon as possible.
By taking into consideration physical, psychological and social factors, I am able to fully understand all aspects of your health and wellbeing.
I am committed to providing a professional and thorough service that is tailored to your individual needs and goals, to give you the best level of care.
Contact Us today to see how Tom can help you!
The first appointment is one hour long, consisting of detailed questions about your concerns and your medical history, including your general health, accidents, injuries, operations, etc.
A physical examination will follow consisting of some active and passive movements and hands-on palpation.
Tom will then discuss his findings with you and explain how he can help and over what period of time, outlining a treatment plan. Once agreed, there may also be a treatment (in most cases).
If further specialist is needed this will also be recommended.