Tom Allott

Tom graduated from the University of Nottingham with First Class honours. He has worked in the NHS, gaining valuable experience across trauma orthopaedic/medical wards and musculoskeletal outpatients – as well as being on the frontline helping those in hospital with COVID. He has also worked in Professional Rugby League with Wakefield Trinity alongside their head physiotherapist.

Tom’s passion has always been in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injury, stemming from several knee and shoulder related injuries himself whilst playing semi-professional rugby, that required extensive rehabilitation. His experience in the ‘patient’ seat makes him understanding, compassionate and realistic with your treatment and outcomes, enabling you to return safely to your specific goals.

Tom uses a wide range of techniques, to ensure his patients return to their optimum level of function . These include deep tissue massage, joint mobilisations, shockwave therapy and IMS (deep acupuncture) which is a unique needling technique to help stop long-standing pain. He is also a strong believer that consistent progressive exercise, combined with hands-on physiotherapy, is essential to an enhanced recovery.

Away from Carter and George, Tom enjoys keeping fit in the gym, playing rugby, listening to podcasts and watching lots of sport. More recently, Tom completed his first Marathon.

Specialist Interests: Lower Back Pain/Sciatica, Rugby Injuries/Sport Injuries