Our team

Luke Anthony | Clinical Director & Physiotherapist at GoPerform

Luke Anthony

Clinical Director & Physiotherapy

MCSP, HCPC, AACP, BSc (Hons), MSc (Sports Physiotherapy)

Luke is a highly respected MSK Physiotherapist with 19 years of experience working full time in professional sport. Having qualified from Kings College London in 1996 he went on to work at The Royal London Hospital before joining Watford football club going on to lead the medical department.  

He obtained a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy from University College London before moving on to work as first team physiotherapist at Gloucester Rugby. Luke joined Reading FC in 2007 where he became Head of Sports Medicine.  His most recent role was with Norwich City as Injury Prevention Specialist. In 2017, alongside Dan Buchanan he set up GoPerform one of the first facilities of it's type in the UK. 

Dan Buchanan | Sport Rehabilitation at GoPerform

Dan Buchanan

Sport Rehabilitator & Soft Tissue Therapist

BSc (Hons), BTEC (5), BASRAT-reg

Dan is a Director and co-founder of GoPerform. He is an experienced sport rehabilitator & soft tissue therapist with 20 years of experience working with elite athletes across a variety of sports, most recently with Derby County and Reading FC. 

Dan is a BASRaT registered Graduate Sport Rehabilitator. After completing his Sport Rehabilitation degree in 2003 he went on to develop a specialism in soft tissue and performance therapy. He enjoys the challenge of working with a range of people from elite athletes through to individuals living with pain and chronic health conditions.

Tristan Baker | Head of Performance at GoPerform

Tristan Baker

Head of Performance

BSc, MSc (Strength & Conditioning), ASCC, CSCS

Tristan heads up our athletic performance department, he is a Loughborough University Sports Science graduate with an MSc in Strength and Conditioning from St Mary's University. 

Tristan has coached national and international athletes competing in Football, Formula 1, Athletics and Lacrosse as well as amateurs and professionals in Mixed Martial Arts, Rugby and Tennis. He is an accredited member of the UK Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also a certified nutrition coach. 

Sarah Holmes

Sarah Holmes


MCSP, HCPC,BSc (Hons), MSc (Sport & Exercise Medicine). ACPSEM (Silver)

Sarah is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 12 years of experience working across a diverse range of sports. 

During several years with the English Institute of Sport she worked with the GB Triathlon and Fencing teams and also worked in a multi-sports capacity with elite swimming, hockey, athletics, bobsleigh, rugby, para-triathlon, para-rowing and para-athletics. She has also worked with Reading FC, England Men's U19's and continues to work for the FA with the Girls U15-18's development groups. 

Sarah has an additional MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine and is a ACPSEM Silver Accredited Physiotherapist, she is a member of Reading Athletics Club and a good level distance runner.

Petra Minott | Sports Massage and ScarWork at GoPerform

Petra Minott

Sports Massage Therapist | ScarWork Therapist


Petra is a graduate of the Oxford School of Sports Massage (BTEC 5), a qualified ScarWork practitioner and a member of the Sports Massage Association. She has extensive experience working with the sporting population particularly with distance and endurance athletes. She specialises in scarwork, pregnancy and post natal massage and also works remedially with those suffering with chronic health conditions. 

Jonny Nicholson

Jonny Nicholson

Strength & Conditioning Coach | Physiological Testing Lead

BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science

Jonny has a desire to improve the accessibility of high-level physical training and testing support to enhance the performance and rehabilitation of everyday recreational athletes, young people, and training enthusiasts.

He currently leads the development and delivery of our physiological testing and young athlete programmes, and works as a performance coach offering 1-1 training and coaching on our Elevate and Rehab Programmes. 

Jonny holds a first class degree in (BSc) Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Bath. He has been coaching and delivering our services at GoPerform since 2020.

Will Hayler

Will Hayler

Strength & Conditioning Coach

BSc (Sport & Exercise Science), MSc (Sport Physiology)

Will holds a BSc in Sport & Exercise Science and an MSc in Sport Physiology from the University of Brighton. He is currently in the process of becoming a BASES accredited sport scientist.

He has good experience working in professional football and also had a very successful post graduate internship year at GoPerform. Most recently he worked as  academy sport scientist for Reading FC Academy where he was responsible for the U9-16s age groups. Will’s main interests are the long-term athletic development of youth athletes, and he works with many youth athletes across different sports and ages. Alongside this he works as a performance coach offering 1-2-1 training and coaching on our Elevate and Rehabilitation Programmes.

Heidi Zymela

Heidi Zymela

Sports Therapist | Performance Coach


Heidi Zymela is a post graduate Sports Therapist with an MSc from Buckinghamshire New University where she continues to work as an associate lecturer. Prior to sports therapy she had lots of experience as a personal trainer and exercise referral specialist. She is great at combining high quality hands on treatment with an effective rehabilitation plan. 

Lyndsay Fitzgerald

Lyndsay Fitzgerald


MCSP, HCPC, BSc (Hons), MSc (Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy). PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Practitioner

Lyndsay is a highly skilled musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who qualified from Cardiff University in 2005. She gained extensive experience working in the NHS in South Wales specialising in MSK outpatients before moving to the Police Rehabilitation centre in Oxfordshire. In 2014 Lyndsay completed an MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy and gained accreditation to the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

Lyndsay is an accredited PINC and STEEL cancer rehabilitation practitioner, the primary aim of PINC and STEEL is to improve strength, quality of life and the sense of wellbeing in patients diagnosed with cancer. She has a special clinical interest in shoulders, running injuries and cycling. She competed at an international level as a hurdler and now enjoys competing as a competitive cyclist for the Jam Cycling Racing Team. 

Daniel Wiltshire

Daniel Wiltshire



Dan qualified from Brunel University with a first class honours BSc degree in Physiotherapy in 2016. He has since worked within a range of specialisms in the NHS, including post surgery rehabilitation, outpatient care and with sports injuries. 

Alongside clinics with us, Dan works in the NHS as a clinical specialist of shoulder and elbow conditions, carrying out advanced assessment and treatment of complex injuries.

Daniel Rampling

Daniel Rampling

Sports Chiropractor

BCA & Royal College of Chiropractic

Daniel is an experienced Sports Chiropractor who has worked for Portsmouth FC, Aldershot Town FC and regularly with a Premier League football team on a consultancy basis. 

He works with a wide range of athletes including Team GB weightlifters, motocross riders and pro golfers. Sports Chiropractic covers the whole body, treating the spine alongside peripheral joints to optimise recovery from injury and improve efficiency of movement. Daniel is registered with the British Chiropractic Association and a member of the Royal College of Chiropractors.

Nick Geen

Nick Geen


MCSP, HCPC, BSc (Hons)

Nick is a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist and holds a physiotherapy degree from Oxford Brookes University. Since graduating he has a range of experience working across MSK settings including Flint House Police Rehabilitation Centre, working with the Reading FC academy and in NHS outpatients. 

Nick has a special interest in orthopaedics and also works at the Circle Hospital in Reading managing post operative rehabilitation, helping patients back to full function and return to sport.  

Louise Gubb

Louise Gubb

Performance Nutritionist and Dietitian

BSc (Hons), PGDip (Dietics), MSc (Applied Sports Nutrition)

Louise is an experienced Performance Nutritionist and Dietitian with 18 years of combined experience working in the NHS, with the GB rowing team, British Gymnastics, Royal Ballet School, England Hockey and as part of the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit at Bisham Abbey (for Olympic Athletes). She holds a Masters degree in Applied Sports Nutrition, a postgraduate diploma in Dietics and a BSc (Hons) Nutrition, Health and Exercise Science. 

Previous work as a clinical dietician in the NHS included taking a leading role in the delivery and development of the Paediatric Nutrition Service. Louise is also a Team GB Age Group Triathlete who competes over a range of distances at national and international championships, this gives her incredible insight into the needs and demands of high performance sport particularly for those involved in endurance sports.