Tom Curran

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Tom Curran BSc. Physiotherapy, TPI Golf Medical Expert, MCSP, MAACPTom is a Chartered Physiotherapist who graduated in 2008 with first class honours from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK. He trained initially within the NHS gaining vast experience working in some of the largest teaching hospitals in London, such as Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital and St. Georges’ University Hospital where he worked as a senior physiotherapist.

Whilst working in the NHS, Tom simultaneously worked in private practice specialising in sports injuries and performance training and worked in a number of gyms across London providing physiotherapy services. He also worked as a consultant physiotherapist to the McLaren Formula 1 team based out of the McLaren Technology Centre, designing conditioning and rehabilitation plans for their drivers, from young karting exponents to their F1 drivers. Tom was also head physiotherapist for the Newbury Blues Rugby team in Berkshire who at the time were a professional level team.

In 2011 Tom gained additional post-graduate qualifications with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in San Diego and is now a TPI Golf Medical expert and Golf fitness coach. The TPI is the world’s world leader in golf fitness, golf health and swing mechanics. Tom set up a specialist golf fitness clinic at the Foxhills Golf Resort in the UK and worked with a number of touring PGA professionals and amateurs of all ages and abilities to improve their swing mechanics and golf specific fitness.

In his spare time, Tom competes in Ultra-marathons and mountain races, having completed the Marathon de Sables and the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (a 100 mile foot-race around Mount Blanc) three times. He has completed over 70 marathons and is on track to join the 100 marathon club in the next few years.

Tom utilises the same rehabilitation principles and concepts to all his patients and clients in order to maximise their potential in all activities of life, to reduce pain and to train with improved confidence whether returning from injury or to reduce future injury risk.