Our Philosophy

As primary health care professionals, physiotherapists combine in-depth knowledge of how the body works with specialised hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability. With your independence in mind, a physiotherapist’s goal is to restore, maintain, and maximize your mobility, strength, function, and overall well-being.

At Linkfield Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic we believe the best treatment programs are based on findings obtained from a detailed and personalised musculoskeletal assessment.

We believe that clients must be active participants in their own recovery and this is achieved through a combined approach from therapist and client.

ecause our field of knowledge is continually evolving, our therapists are committed to ongoing education to integrate the best and most current evidence-based research into our treatment approaches. We believe that a positive, caring and professional environment is an important element in a client’s therapy experience, and we strive to maintain this atmosphere in our clinic. All clients are treated with the same level of dignity and respect.

We actively encourage feedback on your experiences while under treatment at Linkfield Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries clinic.

Our Staff

Stephen Adams
Stephen AdamsDirector
Stephen holds BSc degrees in both Sports science and Physiotherapy (University of East Anglia).

He has worked in the public sector within the NHS in various London Hospitals, and in the private sector for Crystal Palace Football Club’s Youth Academy.

He has also gained experience in New Zealand and Australia working as a Physiotherapist in public hospitals and private clinics. He has worked at the clinic since 2007 and became owner in 2012.

Rachel Measures
Rachel MeasuresPhysiotherapist
Rachel joined Linkfield Physiotherapy Clinic in 2011. She qualified from the University of the West of England, Bristol. She has since held senior posts in both the NHS and the private sector.

Rachel has also studied at post-graduate level at The Royal Veterinary College, London and divides her working week between Linkfield Physiotherapy Clinic and her veterinary practice treating horses.

Rebecca Gates
Rebecca GatesPhysiotherapist
Rebecca’s first degree in Physiology and Human Biology at Leeds University led her to study Physiotherapy at Kings College London (Guys, Kings and St Thomas’).

Since qualifying, Rebecca worked in a large teaching hospital in London where she gained experience in a range of Physiotherapy disciplines. Here she gained valuable experience in treating multiple traumas and post operative conditions such as joint replacements, Knee arthroscopies and spinal surgeries. Specialising in musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Rebecca has a particular interest in gait and rehabilitation. She is currently undertaking courses to attain a Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy.

Cintia Low-Gameiro
Cintia Low-GameiroPhysiotherapist
Cintia joined Linkfield Physiotherapy clinic in 2015. Since qualifying from the University of Brighton she has worked as a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist both within the NHS and private sector in the south-east region. She has a special interest in sports injuries and clinical pilates.

Cintia has also gained a Masters in Veterinary physiotherapy from the University of Liverpool and divides her week between the Linkfield Clinic and a veterinary caseload. 

Laura Moore
Laura MoorePhysiotherapist
Laura graduated in 2008 from University of Brighton. She worked in the NHS for 4 years and then ventured into private practice where she has remained and very much enjoys.

Her main focus is on musculoskeletal physiotherapy including sports injuries and she has a keen interest in post operative breast cancer care.

Jenny Gabe
Jenny GabePhysiotherapist
Jenny combines private practice at the clinic with her NHS work at Dorking Hospital. She qualified in 1982 from King’s College Hospital in London and is particularly interested in musculoskeletal work and sports medicine.

Jenny has been with the Clinic since 2000.

Ragne Rehkli
Ragne RehkliPhysiotherapist
Ragne joined Linkfield Physiotherapy Clinic in 2016. She qualified from  Tartu Health Care College, Estonia in 2010 and worked in an Outpatient Physiotherapy Department before moving to UK in 2012.
Since moving to UK she has worked in private sector treating a wide case of neurological and musculoskeletal injuries. Additionally, she is trained in acupuncture, kinesiotaping and holds Level 1 Pilates Qualification.

Outside of work, Ragne enjoys running, hiking and playing tennis.

Becky Robins
Becky RobinsNeurological / Community Physiotherapist
Becky qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2002 from University of Hertfordshire focussing her career on Rehabilitation. She has specialised in Neurology since 2006 treating varying acute and Chronic Neurological conditions such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Spinal Cord Injury within the hospital and community settings in South London, Nottingham and Sussex.

Special interest in Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation, which can be used to improve muscle activity post Neurological insult and therefore improve function, particularly improvement and prevention of drop foot.

Able to provide domiciliary visits to clients own homes or within care homes to provide functional rehabilitation for Neurological conditions, post hip and knee replacement and/or to improve mobility for elderly clients who may just need a little helping hand.

Qualified as an Aromatherapist in 2009 and has been providing remedial and Swedish massage with and without essential oils to relieve aching muscles and restoring state of well being for people with musculoskeletal and Neurological conditions.

Linda Watts
Linda WattsReceptionist
Stephanie Chan Lok
Stephanie Chan LokReceptionist
Pennie Cranham
Pennie CranhamReceptionist