Tom Quantrell

Tom Quantrell – Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, sports injury rehabilitation, paediatric and adolescent musculoskeletal disorders and hypermobility

EXPERIENCE
Tom graduated with a degree in physiotherapy from the University of Hertfordshire in 2005. He later returned to Hertfordshire and gained a Master’s degree in sport and exercise rehabilitation. He has worked in the NHS, private practice and elite sport. Tom spent 2 years working with a premiership rugby team’s academy and is a contracted physio to England hockey working with their International age group athletes. Tom has extensive experience of working with children and adolescents with musculoskeletal problems.

PROFILE
Tom has been involved in multiple sports from a young age, playing and coaching sports across 3 continents. He uses this experience to help better understand his client’s needs and therefore guiding them back to recovery. Tom’s focus is very much on functional rehabilitation, matching the client’s rehabilitation to the specific demands of the activities they participate in. He uses a combination on manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue techniques and taping alongside exercise to accomplish this.

Tom lectures and examines on the advanced physiotherapy post graduate master’s program at UCL.

SPECIALIST ROLE
Tom has extensive experience of seeing clients of all ages with general and sporting musculoskeletal problems. Tom’s specialism is in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with musculoskeletal complaints. He also has extensive knowledge and experience of working with individuals with hypermobility (excessively mobile joints) and lower limb biomechanical problems.

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL BODIES
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
MSc Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation
HCPC – Health and Care Professions Council
MCSP – Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
Member of ACPSEM – Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine
Associate member of UKSCA – UK Strength & Conditioning association