Tom

Tom Cardines – D.R.M.

Remedial Therapist

Book with Tom

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Tom completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage through the Australian Institute of Fitness in 2019.

His interests include all sports and fitness related. Tom has a passion for everything that is rugby related and has played rugby league, touch football and has even been selected to represent the Philippines Oztag numerous times. His devotion to various sports and fitness has led him to also study a degree in Bachelor of Applied Fitness at the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE).

Throughout his ongoing fitness journey, Tom experienced many injuries, muscle tightness and felt that exercising was causing more harm rather than good. His injuries influenced Tom to research the different ways to recover which lead him to remedial massage. Tom learned there are a considerable amount of benefits when it comes to aiding the human body in recovery.

Being part of the S&DT team, Tom’s mission is to educate and take clients’ recovery to the next level based on his experience and guidance from other S&DT Remedial Massage Therapists.

Tom is registered with all major Health Funds.

Availability:

Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 9pm

Please note:

We do not offer relaxation and/or pregnancy massage. Massage is contraindicated during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian will have to sign a consent letter and also be present during the session. We are not registered for Workers Compensation. We have a 12 hour cancellation policy. Gift vouchers are not entitled to health fund rebates. Junior Therapists are not registered with health funds until they have finished their Diplomas and/or have applied for all health funds. Once that happens, they become Remedial Therapists and then can offer rebates. Please check our therapists pages for more info. We cannot promise that the services we offer will be the solution for your problem. Recurring issues may need proper diagnose from a medical professional. Massage should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or a medical treatment. Massage Practitioners are not qualified to perform deliberate spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe, or treat any major physical or mental illness.