Tom previously worked as a physiotherapist in Israel, where he got his bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. His experience includes working in several private clinics with a wide variety of conditions from sports injuries to chronic pain issues.
He was the Physiotherapist and head Strength & Conditioning trainer for a major basketball club, which included both on and off the court rehabilitation and training. Having played semi-professional basketball in Israel, Tom has a keen interest in basketball injuries (including knee, ankle, lower back, shoulder and more).
Tom moved to Perth to complete a Clinical Masters degree in Sports Physio at Curtin, and he keeps himself informed with the most up to date scientific evidence in order to be able to deliver physiotherapy care of the highest value to his clients.
With a special interest in motor learning and movement strategies, Tom is happy to help people discover what their body is able to do and to enable high quality movement and function more freely without pain or limitations.
His areas of special clinical interest include:
- ACL and other knee injuries surgical / non-surgical management
- Ankle injuries
- Shoulder & elbow pain rehabilitation
- Tendon pain
- Manual (hands on) therapy
- Dry needling
- Sports specific return to play programs after injury and surgery for athletes of all ages
- Strength & conditioning and athletic training
- Motor Learning and Motor Control