Tom qualified from Sheffield Hallam University with a MSc degree in Physiotherapy in 2021. He had previously undertaken a BSc (Hons) degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Sheffield Hallam University, qualifying in 2018.
Tom’s first experience with the White House Clinic came when he shadowed some clinics to gain invaluable experience before undertaking his MSc in 2018. Since qualifying, Tom worked in Chesterfield for the NHS covering a range of rotations helping patients of all ages with a variety of MSK, Respiratory and Neurological conditions. With this experience Tom decided to specialise in MSK physiotherapy and joined the White House Clinic in 2023 to pursue a career in this specialism.
Tom is passionate about patient-centred care and tailoring an exercise-based approach through knowledge acquired during his time in the NHS, and at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He also like to use traditional manual therapies when required.
Outside of work, Tom is a follower of all sports and a keen football player with previous semi-professional experience at Stocksbridge, Maltby and Parkgate Football Clubs. Tom has also become an avid golfer and recently started golf lessons, which are slowly bringing his handicap down! When not on the football pitch or golf course, Tom spends time with his fiancée, family and friends.