About Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic.

At Revolution we 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.

Meet the

Adam Dobson.

Adam Dobson started Revolution Health after finishing a BSc (hons) degree in Sports Therapy at the University of Chichester.

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.

Adam has over 10 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 but he has now stepped down as the club sports therapist. Adam still works in sport and is currently working as part of the Gloucester Academy set up.

Due Adam's ongoing health condition he has taken a step back from clinical work. In August 2023 Jess Lacey became a co-director in Revolution and is now the clinical lead. You will still see Adam in the clinic from time to time as be still oversees the day to day running of the business.


Jess Lacey.

From August 2023 Jess is now co-director and clinical lead at Revolution.

Jess strives to utilise her diverse skill mix to provide high-level assessment and treatment to all clients with musculoskeletal issues. Taking a holistic approach to all patients and their care givers empowers them to achieve their individualised goals in a way that works for them.

Jess has experience as Senior Musculoskeletal Outpatient Physiotherapist and Hand Therapist, between The Nuffield Oxford Manor and Radley College, presenting a diverse and specialised skill mix, between complex orthopaedic and post-surgical rehabilitation and acute sports injuries and paediatric growth-related disorders.

She has extensive knowledge and experience with all aspects of Musculoskeletal traumatic and acquired conditions, with a specialised interest in young adult hip conditions, and has been instrumental in establishing patient pathways for conservative hip impingement management and post-operative hip arthroscopy protocols from social to elite-level sports return.

More recently Jess has developed a passion for hand and wrist-related acquired disorders, trauma and post-surgical rehabilitation, and has been working as a specialised hand therapist including advanced assessment and treatment modalities including customised splinting / wound care and scar management.

In previous employment, Jess worked at the BMI Oxford Clinic and BMI The Foscote hospital, Banbury, where she gained vast experience in both inpatient and outpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation, and was fundamental in establishing ongoing gym rehabilitation programmes following joint replacement and upper and lower limb surgeries. This enabled clients to access customised gym-based programmes, who may have previously found accessing gym settings or advancing their health and well-being a barrier due to perceived factors, such as age or feeling that they would be asked to do things that they felt weren’t appropriate for their conditions. This was achieved by working closely with personal trainers and providing post-surgical education programmes.

Jess qualified as a Charted Physiotherapist from The University of the West of England, Bristol, in the summer of 2005. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and is also HCPC registered. In addition to this she also is a member of the British Association of Hand Therapists - and is working along the Masters in Hand Therapy pathway to achieve full British Association of Hand Therapists Accreditation

Outside work Jess lives in the local area and also volunteers as a British Athletics National level field judge, with a specialist interest in Paralympic athletics and the classification process, and has played key roles at the Commonwealth games and at Olympic and Paralympic level. She loves long walks with her dogs, and both trains and competes with them at National agility competitions.

Luke Jones.

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.

Toby Mew.

I am an MSK Physiotherapist who graduated from University of Hertfordshire with a first-class honour’s degree in physiotherapy alongside a qualification in sports massage, which I practice regularly.

Due to working both within the private practice sector and as a student within the NHS, I have experienced working with a wide range of conditions within the MSK world, alongside multiple other specialities including but not limited to stroke, pulmonary rehab, orthopaedics and paediatrics.

As a keen sportsman, having played sports such as swimming, cricket, golf and others, I have a high level of appreciation of the demands that sport can place on the body, whether this arises from an injury, or the stress of training. As one of the physios for Grove Rugby Club, I have ample opportunity to build upon and further develop my skills in treating sports related injuries.

Simone Passeri.

From September 2023 Simone has reduced his hours at Revolution as he has returned to university to study Physiotherapy as a MSc.

Simone’s health and fitness career began in Italy where he played semi-professional football before undertaking his BSc in Sports and Exercise Sciences. During his studies Simone completed further qualifications in sports massage and personal training and worked for two Italian semi-professional football teams as well as in local gyms.

After his degree Simone undertook extensive training in postural alignment techniques and is qualified in the Mezieres and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) approaches. Simone moved to the UK in 2012 and has worked predominantly as a postural specialist since then, utilising these approaches to reduce pain and increase functioning in athletes and the general public. In addition to his postural work, Simone qualified as a BACPR Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation Instructor and worked in a local community cardiac rehabilitation service providing specialist fitness support to people who had experienced myocardial infarction. He has also worked for South Oxfordshire District Council on the Sport England funded Go Active Gold project, which increased participation levels in sport for people over the age of 60 years in rural South Oxfordshire.

Simone has recently completed his MSc degree in Sports Therapy and has been working with Revolution Sport Injuries Clinic as a trainee sports therapist in addition to Wycombe Wanderers FC. Simone is a full member of the Society for Sports Therapists and has an FA Level 3 Emergency Medical First Aid in Football qualification that enables him to work pitchside.

Jack Andrews

Jack qualified in 2017 where he undertook his first degree in BSc Clinical exercise science where he gained the knowledge in the anatomy of human movement, exercise prescription, psychology, and running cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation classes. Within this time, he also gained experience working on assessing functional movement and gait analysis.
At the same time, he qualified as a personal trainer where he implemented group and individualised plans which he has been doing for the 3 years across multiple sites.
In 2021 , he completed an MSc in Sports Therapy and has been working for the NHS as a senior MSK clinician triaging and treating conditions for all ages and conditions. He has also been heavily involved in the start up of shockwave therapy for the NHS in Oxfordshire and auditing referrals, as well as applying the treatment.
Recently he has started to work for a Rugby club as a sports therapist and pitch side first aider and for Revolution sports physiotherapy. In addition, Jack is a full member of the society for Sports Therapists and has an FA level 3 emergency Medical First Aid in Football qualification.

Poppy Concannon.

Poppy graduated in 2020 with a first class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science and is now a newly qualified Sports therapist after completing a Masters degree in Sports Therapy. As part of Poppy’s work experience, she worked alongside the physiotherapists at Wycombe Wanderers FC and helped out at Grove Rugby Club and the Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic alongside Adam. Poppy has a UEFA Level 4 Trauma and Medical Emergencies First Aid Qualification meaning she can work pitch-side.

Poppy’s love for sport started at a very young where she used to compete competitively to a high level in swimming reaching National level and becoming county champion in 100m butterfly. She also came 3rd in a 5K regional open water competition. Sporting ability seems to come naturally to Poppy as she also holds school records in 100m and 800m running and has also represent the county in these events.

Poppy has a very bubbly personality and is a very highly motivated individual. She is very excited to be part of the Revolution Sport Injuries Team.




Monday: 10:00 - 17:00

Tuesday: 09:00 - 20:00

Wednesday: 11:00 - 20:00

Thursday: 09:00 - 20:00

Friday: 09:00 - 18:00

Saturday: 08:00 - 12:00

Sunday: Closed

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