Tom earned his Master’s Degree in 2001 from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he met Bryan and Bill and started a great friendship.
He then moved back to Richmond, Virginia to work for HealthSouth Orthopedics. In 2004, he attended a 10-month long residency style manual therapy course with UVA HealthSouth and earned his board certification in orthopedics in 2004.
During his time at HealthSouth, Tom started as a staff physical therapist and advanced to the Richmond-area administrator, eventually managing 9 clinics. He worked with patients in age from 10 to 100 years, including professional athletes, focusing on treatment of the spine.
In 2006, Tom opened his own practice, InMotion Physical Therapy, in Richmond, Virginia. After opening his practice, he started the Virginia Private Practice Special Interest Group in 2007 and became a delegate to the American Physical Therapy Association.
In 2008, Tom earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. Over the years, he has served on task forces for reimbursement, workmen’s compensation, and direct access. In 2012, he became President of the Virginia Physical Therapy Association.
He is currently a member of The Private practice Section, The Health Policy and Administration section, the orthopedic Section and the Hand Section of the APTA. Tom has experience teaching Joint manipulation and a course on Opening a Private practice at Virginia Commonwealth University in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
He has attended The Combined Sections Meeting for the last 14 years with Bill and Bryan and has had a long term friendship and working relationship with them for 15 years.