Tom graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from James Cook University in Townsville. Growing up with a strong sporting background, Tom developed a genuine passion for physiotherapy. His personal experiences with sports and physical activity allowed him to witness the significant impact that physiotherapy and injury management can have on pain relief and performance enhancement.

Tom is actively engaged with the Kenmore Bears AFL club, working with senior players to provide triage and individualised rehab programs. His experience provides key insights into the challenges and intricacies of managing injuries in the context of sporting activities. Working with local sporting teams, Tom is equipped with the knowledge of thorough warm-up techniques, promoting bespoke strength and conditioning initiatives, and implementing proactive measures to mitigate injury risks.

Tom firmly believes in a hands-on approach to physical therapy combined with tailored exercise regimes, aiming for the best possible outcomes for his patients. While he enjoys addressing a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, he has a special interest in shoulder and vestibular rehabilitation.

With a keen interest in addressing issues related to the vestibular system, which plays a crucial role in balance and spatial orientation, Tom addresses problems arising from inner ear disorders, the neck, BPPV, or other vestibular dysfunctions. He employs targeted exercises and therapeutic interventions to help individuals overcome challenges such as dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance.

Beyond his professional life, Tom proudly supports the Cowboys and engages in activities that reflect his love for sports, such as playing rugby and running. Additionally, he values spending quality time with friends maintaining a well-rounded and active lifestyle outside of the clinic.