Tom qualified from Cambridge University Medical School before undertaking a surgical rotation in Norwich and Cambridge. He went on to work as Richard Villar’s Hip Research Fellow while completing his Sports Medicine degree. Following this he worked as a GP with a special interest in Sports Medicine before moving full-time as Medical Director for the Blackberry Clinic Group in the UK.
He underwent his spinal injection training with the Spine Intervention Society in America and Holland and has been undertaking complex spinal injections to the neck and lower back for pain management since 2005. He has been working with UPANDRUNNING since 2014. He works with elite athletes in UAE and the UK and has close links with the GB Rowing team, Premiereship Football teams and the Professional Jockeys Association. In his spare time he enjoys travelling, Triathlons, slowly and skiing.
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