ABOUT TOM COWAN
Tom Cowan is a leading Exercise Physiologist. He has been based on Harley Street, the world-famous centre of medical excellence, for 10 years, specialising in exercise prescription for cancer and cardiac rehabilitation.
Tom works with individuals from all over the world remotely via video call consultations and through his app, Tom Cowan Exercise Physiology. He also holds regular clinics at the world-leading Harley Street clinic, Marylebone Health Group (MHG).
His work has seen him become recognised as an expert by Public Health England and the Faculty for Sport and Exercise Medicine UK, who selected him to become a member of their Cancer and Exercise expert panel.
Tom has also presented research into preventing cardiovascular disease at international conferences and frequently presents on the science of Exercise and Cancer, with a recent talk given to The British Dietetic Association (BDA).
Tom also frequently contributes for several well-known health and fitness magazines, including having featured as an expert for Men's Health Magazine and makes television, podcast and radio appearances.
Tom's expertise span from working with the most complex clinical cases to elite performers, having previously been First Team Sports Scientist for Chelsea Football Club.
Tom is a registered Clinical Physiologist with The Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP). He is accredited by both the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) and the Register of Exercise Professionals. Tom has a First Class Honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University, is a Wright Foundation specialist in Cancer Rehabilitation and is BACPR qualified in Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. Tom is also proud to be an ambassador for Lululemon and Allbirds.
Sport and Exercise Scientist
Tom has a First Class Honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University and has since gone on to work for some of the leading names in the field of Sport and Exercise Science.
Tom also holds the highest level of qualifications in clinical exercise, with an advanced-level certificate from the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) in Exercise for Cardiovascular disease, as well as being qualified to the highest level in Exercise for Cancer Rehabilitation. Tom is also qualified to the highest possible level in Personal Training and is fully insured to work with all population groups.
CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB
First Team Sports Scientist
Tom previously held the position of First Team Sports Scientist at Chelsea Football Club, working very closely with some of the most high-profile names in the game.
At the time, Chelsea Football Club arguably had the leading Sports Science department in world football, of which Tom was part of a four-strong team.
Tom's role within the club was to assist with ensuring that players were in peak physical condition for matches through collecting and meticulously analysing data related to the physical workload being performed by the players during training and matches. Tom also assisted with the bespoke nutritional strategies for each player and fitness testing.
Tom is recognised as an expert in Clinical Exercise, with his specialist areas of interest being exercise for Cardiac Prevention and Rehabilitation and Cancer Rehabilitation.
Tom has been based on Harley Street for 10 years and, as well as working remotely with individuals, he holds regular clinics at the world-leading Harley Street clinic, Marylebone Health Group (MHG).
Tom's work has featured in many well-known publications including The Sunday Times Magazine. Tom has been recognised as an expert by Public Health England and The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK, who selected him to become part of their Cancer and Exercise expert panel.
EXPERT IN THE FIELD
He has presented research into preventing cardiovascular disease at international conferences. Tom has also helped to direct future research into Exercise Oncology, having been invited to become a member of a multi-disciplinary expert group put together for the first Exercise Oncology Symposium at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Tom's reputation as a leading Exercise Physiologist has led to him recently being involved, as the main advisor and Head of Operations, in developing a start-up app that allowed London-based users to book fitness coaches of their choice to come to them within an hour. Tom also mentors budding Sport and Exercise Science students.