Roy Minter

Burghill and Tillington Cricket Club
have enjoyed consecutive promotions to reach Division Two in the Worcestershire County Cricket League. For a small but successful squad, keeping all the playing staff in prime condition has been an important part of this rapid promotion. The club is proud to be associated with Roy Minter, who has kept both young and old, bowlers and batsmen, fit and in action throughout the season, providing amazing results with his specialist and extremely effective treatment........ more



Darren Faces His Toughest Challenge Local athlete Darren Mathias is about to embark on one of the toughest ultra challenges on the planet. The race is known as the 6633 Ultra and begins on March 22nd and lasts for nine days, finishing on Saturday 30th. The race begins at Eagle Plains/Yukon and lasts for a staggering 352 miles entering the Artic circle and finally finishing on the banks of the Artic Ocean.
It is a non stop self-sufficient race on foot in which competitors have to pull sleds carrying all their provisions including food, camping, cooking and safety gear.

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Roy Minter M.I.C.H.T. studied anatomy and physiology, Swedish massage and sports massage at Hereford College of Technology and is a current member of the Federation of Holistic Sports Therapists. He has also attended an advanced massage course on trigger point therapy.
Roy became interested in sports massage as a result of sustaining a serious knee injury in 1995. During the long rehabilitation it became apparent that a career helping other sports people and athletes fulfil their potential and recover from injury was the right path for him.

Roy loves the work he does and the pleasure seeing people receive relief from their pain and returning to normality. He feels strongly that there are a lot of people living with pain unnecessarily. Roy continues to find that the deep tissue treatments are of benefit to both elite athletes and the public at large, treating a wide range of injuries from back/shoulder problems to foot problems.

'Hay Hotfooters Running Club have made Roy our official sports therapist as so many of us have had some help from him one time or another.

Not all aches and pains are running related but Roy has managed to get us all back up and treading the trails around Hay'.
Thanks Roy
Roy and client, Herefordshire's Sarah Waldron
Roy and Sarah

Herefordshire's Sarah Waldron is hoping to compete in the Olympic trials after running personal best of 16.38 in the British Milers 5k race in Manchester.
She paid tribute to the work of her masseur Roy Minter, who she claims was instrumental in getting her to the start line.


Hay Sports Injury Clinic
Room 4 (ground floor)
hay council offices
hay-on-Wye, HR3 5BX
Mondays and Wednesdays
hereford Sports injury clinic
Marden Chambers
4a St Owen Street, Hereford,HR1 2PH

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