I’m Tom Belotti
I graduated from The University of Notre Dame in Fremantle in 2009, since then I’ve worked in both the public hospital and private practice systems.
I have a genuine interest in the health of my clients, their physical capacity and long term well being, I’m innovative in my approach to physiotherapy and continue to update my practice in response to the best available science. I tailor my treatment approach to suit the individual and their goals and want my clients to reach their highest level of wellbeing. I value in-depth assessment, education, recognition of a clear path to recovery and active client involvement as suitable for pain or movement concerns.
My clinical interests include pain education, graduated exposure therapy, strength and conditioning, movement training and healthy lifestyle advice in the context of persistent pain and deconditioning. I have an emphasis on helping people better understand their pain as well as how to confidently engage with activities they find meaningful, utilising graduated movement techniques drawing on my extensive training in pain science, injury management, exercise rehabilitation, movement training, strength and conditioning, yoga and pilates.
In addition to running Clinical Movement, I also co-supervise a PhD student researching the topic of prediction and persistent low back pain within the School of Physiotherapy at The University of Notre Dame Fremantle.
Beyond the clinical space, I stay on the move – enjoying surfing, rock climbing and landscape photography along the rugged West Australian coast.
I look forward to meeting, learning and moving with you.