Thomas G C Mitchell
BSc (hons), MSC, SRP, CSP, BAHT, MCTA

Thomas is an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner and Team leader in Primary Care Sheffield, Extended Scope Practitioner in the Wrist and Hand and clinical lead for the One Health Group, private practitioner at Remedy Physio in Sheffield, and a Member of the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association. He teaches internationally on the wrist and hand as part of ‘The Complete Upper Limb Course’ with Andrew Cuff, lectures nationally for the Mulligan Concept and frequently speaks at conferences and online seminars.

Thomas has been practicing physiotherapy since 1998, attaining a MSC in Sports Injury from the University of Sheffield in 2006. He became the UKs first Mulligan Concept teacher for 20 years achieving his validation through assessment at the International Conference in Copenhagen in 2017. Thomas has a number of clinical interests including the use of Self-Mobilisation with Movement in modern clinical practice, and rehabilitation of the upper limb, notably the wrist and hand.

Thomas has wide-ranging clinical experience and is a full-time clinician-educator. He has a strong rehabilitation bias, working for ten years full-time in the elite sporting environment, with posts with the English Institute of Sport, GB Boxing, GB Wheelchair Rugby, Sheffield United Football Club, GB Paratennis and GB Paracycling. He travelled extensively through his work, providing competition physiotherapy at Paralympic Games, World Championships, European Championships and was lead clinician for the World Series Boxing team, 2014 (British Lionhearts). He is now team leader and clinical supervisor in primary care overseeing the development of a new generation of First Contact Practitioners.