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
Adam has also completed a diploma in Personal Training with Premier Training and has worked at a number of gyms around Oxfordshire. Before going to University Adam played professional ice hockey in the UK as a goalie. He played for the Slough Jets in the British National league, and English Premier league over the course 3 seasons. He then moved to play for the London Racers in the Elite League where he spent 2 season before the team folded and Adam moved back to the English premier league playing for Wightlink Raiders. It was here where Adam sustained a career ending knee injury.
Adam is a well motivated and out going person who has the experience of high level sport and training and 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 7 years’ experience working in Rugby at various levels including Men’s County Championship with Oxfordshire and Henley Hawks Ladies in the Women’s Championship. For the 2016/17 season Adam in working with Grove RFC who play in the South West 1 East division.
Jodie Taylor is a graduate sports therapist and HCPC fully registered physiotherapist.
Jodie completed her BSc Sports Therapy course alongside Adam in 2009. Jodie gained experience whilst at University by assisting the University teams in football, rugby and ultimate Frisbee. She then went onto become the first team sports therapist for Beaconsfield SYCOB FC and worked at a specialist neurological centre in St. Albans.
Jodie then went on to complete her MSc Physiotherapy degree at Southampton University with Merit and is hoping to publish her dissertation journal article on the effects of kinesiology taping on hamstring flexibility in football players. Jodie has enjoyed working with local semi-professional football clubs, running clubs and assisting with various sporting events including the Forces March 2013 whilst completing her studies at Southampton.
Jodie has vast experience working in the NHS and in the community working with both physiotherapy and occupational therapy services including intermediate care – helping patients in their own homes after being discharged from hospital.
She is now splitting her time as lead Sports Therapist at Wallingford RFC and also running our new clinic at the Wallingford Sports Park. Emily Is often at the clinic and is happy and willing to offer any help and advice whenever needed.
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 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. Following graduation Luke worked full time at the Great Western Hospital, Swindon in the outpatient department where he came across a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. More recently he now works privately for IPRS Group between their Oxford and Swindon practices.
During his physiotherapy studies, Luke also became a fully qualified sports massage therapist. Currently he is involved in sports first aid courses with the Football Association (FA) to allow him to work up to a level where he will be able provide pitch side first aid for professional and semi-professional academy football clubs. In addition to this he also is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM). Luke splits his time between working with Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic and Oxford United Academy.
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.