Thomas is an occupational therapist specializing in treating people living with complex multi-system disorders, chronic pain, neurological diseases, and spinal cord injury. He has an extensive background in biomechanics, ergonomics, task modification, energy conservation, human-machine interface, and assistive technology. Today, Thomas leverages his unique background to create personalized treatment programs that improve independence and quality of life.
He believes in a thoughtful and relevant approach to therapy, empowering patients to take control of their symptoms rather than letting symptoms control them.
MOT, University of Utah
BS, University of Utah