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Tom Mahoney

Tom Mahoney

My introduction to
physiotherapy began when I was a competitive swimmer. The physiotherapy treatment for my injuries and meeting an experienced physiotherapist who was also a family friend sparked my interest.

I was most interested in the method of diagnosis of injury and the process of rehabilitation back to high level function and sport. Together with my enjoyment of teaching that I gained as a swimming coach, I knew that it was the right career for me.

I completed my degree in physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham where I also completed my Level 3 Diploma in sports massage. Whilst at university I assisted with the universities Women’s Hockey team as part of pitch side support.

This included pre-match preparation and managing injuries during games. Since graduating I joined the NHS and completed ward based rotations within medicine, orthopaedics and stroke and neurology before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
I currently work with a variety of conditions and patients including: acute injury, post-surgery, gym-based rehabilitation, hand therapy as well as treating patients with persistent pain.

I am currently working towards my MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice. This course is designed to develop clinicians ability to perform in advanced clinical roles.

This includes undertaking modules in advanced health assessment and advanced decision making alongside extensive clinical supervised practice. Over the duration of the course I would become accredited with the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

I treat every patient as an individual, a thorough assessment and discussion around a patient’s goals will shape the process of their rehabilitation. After an assessment we will discuss treatment options which may include a combination of exercise prescription and manual therapy including massage and mobilisation. It is important to also understand other factors which may be contributing to the problem which we can discuss in more detail during the physiotherapy sessions.

I have always been very involved in sport from swimming and basketball before university to being very involved with the powerlifting society and competed several times whilst at university. I also frequently play tennis and squash and have recently started to take up climbing. Away from sport I have a keen interest in technology, which includes PC building, gaming and photography.

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Tom Mahoney

My introduction to
physiotherapy began when I was a competitive swimmer. The physiotherapy treatment for my injuries and meeting an experienced physiotherapist who was also a family friend sparked my interest.

I was most interested in the method of diagnosis of injury and the process of rehabilitation back to high level function and sport. Together with my enjoyment of teaching that I gained as a swimming coach, I knew that it was the right career for me.

I completed my degree in physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham where I also completed my Level 3 Diploma in sports massage. Whilst at university I assisted with the universities Women’s Hockey team as part of pitch side support.

This included pre-match preparation and managing injuries during games. Since graduating I joined the NHS and completed ward based rotations within medicine, orthopaedics and stroke and neurology before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
I currently work with a variety of conditions and patients including: acute injury, post-surgery, gym-based rehabilitation, hand therapy as well as treating patients with persistent pain.

I am currently working towards my MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice. This course is designed to develop clinicians ability to perform in advanced clinical roles.

This includes undertaking modules in advanced health assessment and advanced decision making alongside extensive clinical supervised practice. Over the duration of the course I would become accredited with the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

I treat every patient as an individual, a thorough assessment and discussion around a patient’s goals will shape the process of their rehabilitation. After an assessment we will discuss treatment options which may include a combination of exercise prescription and manual therapy including massage and mobilisation. It is important to also understand other factors which may be contributing to the problem which we can discuss in more detail during the physiotherapy sessions.

I have always been very involved in sport from swimming and basketball before university to being very involved with the powerlifting society and competed several times whilst at university. I also frequently play tennis and squash and have recently started to take up climbing. Away from sport I have a keen interest in technology, which includes PC building, gaming and photography.

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