Tom Jeffery BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy
Specialist Sports Therapist Parkstone Clinic
- Highly specialised assessment and rehabilitation of musculo skeletal(MSK) injury
- Currently studying for The Diploma in Diagnostic MSK Ultrasonography
- Bespoke strength and conditioning programmes to maximise recovery and return to sport/activity
- Neurological rehabilitation programmes to gain independence
After Graduating from The University of Chichester in 2014 with a BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy Tom took 18 months out to travel South East Asia and Australia with his now fiancé. Following this, Tom worked in a respected physiotherapy and sports injury clinic in Chandlers Ford whilst working alongside Winchester RFC, providing their pre- and post- match therapy and pitch-side first aid.
Returning to Poole and joining BWT Physio, Tom has developed a loyal and expanding cohort of patients who regularly turn to his expert advice and training programmes. This expertise is now intensified by highly specialised knowledge gained thorough his current post graduate study in diagnostic MSK ultrasonography, a skill that will enable an enhanced clinical diagnosis, accuracy of prognosis and treatment protocols for your condition.
As our authority in all things digital Tom has been producing videos for our YouTube channel to keep you fit and in condition through this crisis.
- Breathing technique for active respiratory infections
- Ankle Stability Exercise
- 50 Exercises to Treat Back Pain
- Fix Your Posture With These 4 Key Exercises
- Spinal Mobility From Your Chair
- 5 Exercises To Ease Tennis Elbow Pain
Tom is a second degree black belt in kick-boxing and currently trains in the art of Muay Thai (Thai boxing) which follows a simple philosophy that the body mind and heart all need to be trained, a philosophy reflected in this exceptional therapist.
A Muay Thai expert is also required to have a sense of brotherhood and to help others when the opportunity to do so arises. Tom continuously demonstrates this by going above and beyond for his patients, not only in clinic but in his spare time too, completing a 90-mile ultra- marathon along the Jurassic coast to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and Parkinson’s UK.