Malvern Hill Physiotherapy Clinic Malvern Hill Physiotherapy Clinic

Our Staff

Roy Montgomery

Roy qualified with an honours degree in physiotherapy from the University of Ulster in 1989. He took over Malvern Hills Physiotherapy Clinic in 1997 and has built it into a thriving practice supplying outpatient treatment within the Worcestershire area and providing physiotherapy care to four local nursing homes.

He has worked in many fields of physiotherapy including care of the elderly, neurological rehabilitation, orthopaedics, and sports medicine. He completed his acupuncture training in 1997. Roy has a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries and neurological rehabilitation.

"Being a physio is a wonderful job. I feel one of the most beneficial things I do is to explain a person's condition to them in clear simple terms, and advise them how to help themselves."


Sue Skyrme

Sue qualified as a chartered physiotherapist from The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 1989 and has worked full time since then, mainly in the NHS, treating a wide variety of problems as well as undertaking master's level study in manipulative therapy.

She also has many years experience treating professional musicians with work related pain including members of prestigious orchestras such as the ESO,CBSO and LSO. As with Roy, Sue also practises acupuncture.

"I love being a Physio, it's a great job where you meet nice people. I like to temper up-to-date research findings with many years of hands-on experience and a dose of good sense!"


Jason Jones

Jason graduated BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from Keele University in 2006 having previously completed a BSc (Hons) in Sports & Exercise Science at Cheltenham.

He works in both the NHS and private sectors treating many medical and postoperative conditions having previous experience as physio for Louth County Cricket Club in the ECB Premier League, Lancashire Ladies Cricket, and the England Beach Volleyball Grand Prix, along with treating athletes from many other sports.

Having worked as a personal trainer and competing at a high standard of football, he has a very keen interest in neuromusculoskeletal conditions, injuries and rehabilitation, combining his sports and physiotherapy training in his patient specific treatment programmes. He has completed numerous post graduate courses and is a qualified acupuncturist.

Jay continues to play football, and is always looking for a challenge, completing half marathons and triathlons.

"Surely I can't think of this as a job when I enjoy it so much! I love helping people, from those that want to maintain an independent lifestyle to those that are keen to return to optimal sports performance"


Laura Macleod

Laura graduated from Cardiff University in 2010 with a BSc.(Hons) Physiotherapy. She has a wide range of community, inpatient ward and outpatient clinic experience, both in the NHS and private sectors.

Laura's special interest is treating patients with neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's or those who have experienced a stroke. Having completed a number of specialist post-graduate courses (including acupuncture), Laura really enjoys working with individuals at each stage of the personal rehabilitation journey and helping them to achieve their goals.

Laura is also a keen sportswoman and loves the camaraderie of her local netball team!


Jo Taylor

Jo is our in-house massage therapist. She is ITEC accredited with a VTCT Level 3 certificate in massage. Jo joined Malvern Hills Physiotherapy in 2008 working alongside Roy as a Physio Assistant. As well as offering massage therapy sessions at the clinic, she also integrates massage into treatments delivered within elderly care and neurological rehabilitation.

Massage Therapy
There are tremendous benefits to be achieved through regular massage therapy treatments. Whether your need is to have a moment of relaxation, reduce muscle tension or attain relief from chronic pain, a therapeutic massage can enhance your overall sense of emotional and physical well-being as well as your quality of life.

Massage therapy benefits people of all ages.  While it benefits the injured, the ill and the stressed, the strength of massage therapy in preventing illness and conditions before they develop cannot be overlooked. 

Therapeutic massage is an important part of your health maintenance plan; there are many health benefits to receiving regular massage treatments. These include reducing or eliminating pain, reducing tension within the muscles, improving joint mobility, improving circulation, improving immune system function, increasing lymphatic drainage, reducing depression and anxiety and increasing overall body awareness.


Shelley Morgan

Shelley qualified with a Masters degree (MChiro) from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic. She is also ITEC accredited with a Level 3 diploma in massage.

I believe working in a partnership with my patients is of upmost importance in their road to recovery. Empowering patients with the knowledge to understand their condition whilst working alongside them, providing McTimoney treatment is key in allowing the body to work at is optimum level as soon as we can.

‘Being a chiropractor is truly brilliant and being part of a patient’s road to recovery is so rewarding.’

McTimoney Chiropractic
The McTimoney method of chiropractic was developed by the late John McTimoney over 50 years ago. It is well known for being a precise, whole body approach to chiropractic care. The gentle nature of the McTimoney method makes it especially suitable for people of all ages.

It is a straight forward method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve the alignment of your skeleton and through this process help the nervous system to work more efficiently. The purpose of chiropractic care is to realign and rebalance your body to relieve pain and discomfort and increase mobility.
Misalignment of the joints can occur for many reasons; some of the most common are incorrect lifting, car or sporting accidents, falls, stress and poor posture. This can lead to pain, numbness, pins and needles or restricted mobility.