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At the age of 16, I suffered with a chronic shoulder injury from swimming. I had seen multiple physiotherapists previously, but was advised to see a chiropractor. Following this, I was entirely fascinated by the way in which chiropractic assesses how the whole nervous system functions, rather than focusing on the symptom of pain.
Within 18 months of training, alongside regular chiropractic, I went from an average National swimmer, to British Champion in 2009. I then won the British University title in 2014. I then took up water polo later in 2014, and now play for the Welsh Men’s team.
This led me to study a 5 year master of chiropractic degree at the University of South Wales, whilst training and competing with the City of Cardiff in the Senior Elite team. I have a passion for helping people and this has led me on a journey to seek the best techniques and methods in the world. I have travelled across the world, to learn from the most experienced and talented Doctor's of Chiropractic.
Dr Terry Schroeder acted as a huge inspiration to me throughout my journey. His grandfather was one of the original founding members of chiropractic, back in 1895. Dr Schroeder was water polo captain, then later coach for the American Olympic Team at 5 Olympic games. His knowledge in helping, and fine-tuning elite athletes has proved invaluable to my learning progress.
Dr John Bergmann (pictured left with me) enlightened me to treating multiple chronic illness such as scoliosis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and how to treat post-surgery patients. I love helping transform people's lives in such situations and see them as challenges.
The late Dr Nelson Vetanze (pictured left with me) was another key coach in my development, and I studied with him in Denver on multiple visits, leaving me as the only Certified Master of GPA technique in UK.
By choice, Tom is no longer registered in the UK as a chiropractor with the General Chiropractic Council, the British regulatory body for chiropractic. I may not in the UK describe myself as a “chiropractor” (per Chiropractors Act 1994, s.32).
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