Our Values / 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 maximise 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 musculo-skeletal 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. Because 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. Stephen has used Acupuncture as an adjunct to treatment for the last 15 years. He has worked at the clinic since 2007 and became owner in 2012.
Meera Siva
Meera SivaPhysiotherapist
Meera is a clinical specialist in spinal, upper limb and sports injuries. She has been qualified for over 20 years and as well as working in private practise, still works in the NHS, where she is an expert in her field of spinal and upper limb conditions. She works alongside the spinal, shoulder and hand consultants and is qualified to order MRI scans and administer therapeutic steroid injections.

She also worked with a local rugby club for 5 seasons and is a keen runner, county level swimmer and triathlete. As such she has an in-depth knowledge of sports injuries and the requirements for training and rehabilitation.

Charlie Baker
Charlie BakerPhysiotherapist
Charlie holds a BSc in Sport and exercise science and a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. He has worked across two NHS trusts, where he currently spends most his time as a Senior Musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Charlie has previously worked in semi-professional football and has a keen interest in sporting injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. Charlie is a former county level badminton player and still plays for a local football team.

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. Rachel is a keen eventer and still competes on a regular basis. Rachel is also qualified in the use of Acupuncture. She divides her working week between Linkfield Physiotherapy Clinic and her veterinary practice treating horses.
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.

Rosa Bowley
Rosa BowleySports Massage Therapist
Rosa developed a keen interest in remedial therapy after suffering from various injuries herself. She was able to experience the enormous part massage and physiotherapy played in her recovery.

Rosa qualified from St. Mary’s University-ITEC where she acquired and developed skills in advanced massage techniques; she has been involved in the clinical environment since she qualified and this has enhanced her personal development and experience.