Visiting us

Visiting Malvern Hills Physiotherapy

The physiotherapist will start by asking you details about your problem – how the problem occurred, how long it has been present and how it is affecting your lifestyle now.

This is followed by an examination of the area affected and other related joints or muscles. As part of the assessment you may be asked to remove some items of outer clothing. This allows us to look closely at movement and function of the affected area, as well as use specific testing techniques to identify the cause of your problem.

At the end of the assessment our aim is:

  • To provide you with a clear explanation of our findings.

  • To discuss your treatment plan and its aim.

  • To offer you advice on self help and to teach you appropriate exercises.

Our Team of Specialists

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.

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.

Lisa graduated in 2005 from University West of England with a BSc (Hons) degree having previously done a defined sport and exercise science degree at Cheltenham.

Lisa competed to international level in show jumping and affiliated eventing and is well versed in the demands of a ‘horsey’ or farming life.

Having two children Lisa understands the demands of the working parent and how this can affect progress and can help develop strategies to maximise recovery.

She has a clinical interest in facial paralysis and temporomandibular joint disorders. 

Lisa passionate about the effectiveness of physiotherapy and promote the use of general exercise and other treatment techniques to enhance recovery and management of patients’ symptoms.

Why we love what we do!

"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."
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Roy Montgomery
“It’s the best job in world, there aren’t many other jobs where you can have such a positive impact on so many different peoples lives.”
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Lisa Baker