Thomas Hill

Specialities
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Languages
English

Core competencies

  • Sports injuries and rehabilitation for upper limb and lower limb (including strengthening, balance, range of movement and flexibility) specific to the patient’s needs
  • Tendonopathies: achilles tendon, rotator cuff tendon rehabilitation 
  • Spine (low back and neck), knee and shoulder rehabilitation
  • Post-operative rehabilitation (elective and trauma), including pre- and post-op conditions
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Manual therapy: spinal/peripheral (Mulligan and Maitland mobilisation concepts, neural tissue mobilisation, soft tissue work and trigger point therapy)
  • Kinesio taping
  • Dry needling and acupuncture 

Profile

Nationality
British
Summary
Tom is a British trained physiotherapist, graduating in 2010 from the University of Birmingham, UK with a first class Honors Degree. Tom has been working in the UAE for the last three years and has 7 years of experience working in the UK, specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, aches and pains and sporting injuries.

Before moving to the UAE, Tom was working as a senior physiotherapist working at one of Europe’s largest specialist orthopaedic units in the UK. This role gave Tom the opportunity to work with a complex and varied caseload and given him extensive experience in successfully treating and dealing with patients with acute and chronic conditions including gym and post-operative rehabilitation.
Tom has also worked at a private sports injury clinic dealing with patients with sporting injuries and can provide detailed, tailored assessment and sports specific rehabilitation which can help you return to sport safely and efficiently.

Tom’s areas of interest include the knee, shoulder and spine and believes in taking a client-centred approach based on clinical reasoning and detailed assessment.
He is licensed by the DHA and also a fully registered physiotherapist of the HCPC in the UK.

Qualification

BSc Honors Physiotherapy (First Class)

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