Thomas attended the University of Maryland and received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. He continued his education at George Washington University where he received his Master of Science in physical therapy and went on to Shenandoah University to receive his doctorate in physical therapy. Once practicing physical therapy, he received several specialty certifications.
He is a board-certified orthopedic physical therapy specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association and a certified sports and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He has consulted with clients nationally and internationally to work at creating a physical therapy program that addresses the root cause of their problem. He also became interested in understanding why patients end up with unexplained chronic pain and how nutrition can impact their pain. In order to better understand this relationship, he pursued further education through the University of Western States and became certified in human nutrition and functional medicine
Thomas works at bridging the gap between physical therapy and nutrition in order to serve each patient’s individual needs. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, doing outdoor activities, working out and volunteering in the community.