Løfte is a physiotherapy clinic combining expert hands on treatment with unique and personalised rehabilitation programmes to help restore ones health.


Løfte Physiotherapy Practitioner

Victoria graduated from Southampton University in 2006 with first class honours in physiotherapy. Since then she worked initially in the NHS and moved into London based private practice in 2011. She has always had an interest in sports injuries and biomechanics and completed her masters in clinical biomechanics in 2017, with her final year research project investigating the effects of a unique strength programme on running technique.

Victoria is passionate about what she does and is focused on ensuring that every patient leaves their first appointment with a clear diagnosis and treatment plan. She uses a combination of carefully selected hands on treatments and exercise, and has a particular interest in strength and conditioning.

Victoria has been involved in competitive sport, both athletics and rowing, throughout her adult life. This first hand experience as an athlete allows her to empathise with others and their keenness to return to activity as soon as possible. Her treatment approach always aims to enable the quickest return to daily activities or sport and avoid unnecessary, prolonged periods of rest or corrective exercise.


Løfte Practitioner

Emily graduated from Kingston University in 2014 with a degree in Human Biology and Sports Science. She has always had an interest in sports injuries and treatments and in 2021 qualified as a Level 3 & 4 sports massage therapist.

Emily has been involved in competitive sport since a young age. Having rowed for the past 10 years she is now a keen cyclist and runner and is always off doing some sporting adventure or another.


Løfte Practitioner

Josh graduated from St Mary’s University in 2020 with a degree in Sport Rehabilitation and is currently completing his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating from St Mary’s, he has worked at Richmond Rugby Club as part of the medical team and was an intern at Richmond prior to this.  Josh has plenty of experience and enjoys working with athletes and highly active people. Together with his own sporting background and professional work within sport, he knows first-hand how injuries can affect you when you cannot compete or train.  Josh always aims to ensure that rehabilitation activities are fun and enjoyable to complete, enabling his patients to return to meaningful activities ASAP!

Josh has a passion for strength and conditioning and believes it is an essential therapy technique when returning from any injury.  His knowledge in this field is tailored to the individual and helps all patients return to the level of function they desire, from their activities of daily living to high-level sports performance.