Revolution sports injuries clinic specialise in physiotherapy, sports injuries and sports massage. We strive to offer everyone the opportunity to access the right services to allow you to achieve your goals.
Adam Dobson started Revolution Health after finishing a BSc (hons) degree in Sports Therapy at the University of Chichester. Whilst studying, Adam provided First Aid cover for rugby and football teams, in the final year at University experience was gained with a season at Havant and Waterlooville FC.
After graduation Adam worked in the NHS within the physiotherapy departments and occupational therapy departments in Portsmouth and Chichester. At the same time Adam set up and ran the sports injury department for Hayling United FC in the Wessex Premier League.
Prior to starting University Adam played professional Ice Hockey for a number of teams in the Elite League, British National League and English Premier League.
Adam has the experience of high-level sport and training to understand the commitment required to reach the next level. Through personal injury Adam has gained an insight of how hard it can be to deal with injury and the rehabilitation required to get back to activity or full fitness. His aim is to help people achieve their goals in sport, health and fitness.
As well as working with patients at Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic Adam also has over 8 years’ experience working in Rugby at various levels including Men’s County Championship with Oxfordshire and Henley Hawks Ladies in the Women’s Championship. Since 2016 Adam has worked with Grove RFC who are currently playing in the Southern Counties South League. In September 2017 Adam also started working at Radley College with their sports students. Working in this environment has developed his skills being able to work with a variety of sports including Rowing, Hockey, Football, Cricket, Athletics and various of racket sports.
Emily is a Graduate with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy from the University of Hertfordshire. Throughout her degree she gained experience in clinic work and within the sporting environment. Emily’s degree enable her to take a year out on placement to further her knowledge and understanding of the injured athlete before the completion of her degree. In this placement year she was the only person to be awarded a place within the elite medical team at The London Harlequins working with the likes of Chris Robshaw, Danny Care and Mike Brown. This was truly valuable experience she then moved to us a Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic to complete her placement year.
Emily’s childhood, teenage years and university life was dominated by football. She has played alongside some of the current national squad and played county and regional level herself before becoming injured.
She is now splitting her time as lead Sports Therapist at Wallingford RFC and within the clinic. Emily Is often at the clinic and is happy and willing to offer any help and advice whenever needed.
Luke works as a full-time Physiotherapist for Oxford United Football Club treating both their 1st team and u23s squads. In addition to this he is also head of academy medical services for the whole football club from u23s squads and below. Alongside day to day treatment of professional athletes, Luke also provides match day pitch side first aid and works closely with sports scientists putting together prehabilitation programmes for both recovery and injury prevention strategies.
In previous employment, Luke has worked as a senior physiotherapist for Nuffield Health for 4 years at their corporate BMW site providing assessment and treatment exclusively to BMW employees for both work-related and non-work related musculoskeletal injuries. Prior to this he also worked in the NHS following graduation.
During his physiotherapy studies, Luke also became a fully qualified sports massage therapist. Luke qualified as a Charted Physiotherapist from Brunel University in the summer of 2013. He is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and is also HCPC registered. In addition to this he also is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) and Football Medical Association (FMA).
Luke has worked for Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic part-time, predominantly on an evening basis, since 2014 and seen a wide range of injuries from regular gym members, club athletes to private medical insurance clients.
Outside work Luke lives in the Wantage area and plays cricket regularly for Challow and Childrey Cricket Club. He is friendly, approachable and always keen to offer advice