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Will Thom – The Football Physio

December 20, 2012

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Will Thom is a highly specialised physiotherapist within the field of sports injuries with a particular interest in football. He is the Senior Clinician at Northern Districts Physiotherapy Eastwood (www.ndpe.com.au).

Will recently worked as physiotherapist for Sydney F.C and Northern Tigers F.C for four years, combined with a background for representing Australia at youth level and has a Senior Football Coaching License.
As a keen footballer himself, and with his experience of working with both professional and amateur athletes, Will treats injuries with the perspective of the elite player and coach, rather than just the physiotherapist. Will understands the passion and need for an efficient return to peak condition physically and mentally to achieve greater success.

Will has extensive post-graduate education and uses a hands-on approach to treatment not only from a musculoskeletal point of view, but a specificity aimed towards football. He specializes in technique correction, biomechanical analysis, strength, flexibility, balance and skill.

Will currently plays football for Hills Brumbies F.C in the NSW State League and is coaching senior football at Barker College so he his updated with the needs of the modern day footballer. Will’s passion and knowledge in football combined with evidence-based physiotherapy treatment techniques is vital for prevention of injury in football and helping players to reach peak physical conditions and imminent success.

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