Callander Physiotherapy

Meet Our Team

Mairi Menzies

Mairi has over 30 years of experience as a physiotherapist and additional skills in acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation (dizziness), and pilates. Mairi enjoys outdoor sports from running to hillwalking and ski touring. The collie cross “Mara” featured in the photo belongs to Mairi but is far too badly behaved to visit the clinic.

Ross Chesham

Graduated in 2012 from the University of Stirling (BSc Hons Sports and Exercise Science), Ross subsequently graduated from GCU (MSc Physiotherapy) in 2015. After a stint in the NHS, Ross began his PhD at the University of Stirling in 2016 (exploring strategies to offset the negative health impacts of prolonged sitting, as part of the Physiology, Exercise and Nutrition Research Group) and in the same year began working at Callander Physiotherapy. Ross has a keen interest in patients that have had knee replacements, or are about to have a knee replacement, having published an article on this topic in 2016. Also, as a keen kickboxer and gym goer, he enjoys treating a variety of sport and training related injuries.


Morag is a registered Swedish, Remedial, and Sports Massage Therapist. She is also a qualified Mat Pilates Instructor. When not massaging or doing Pilates, Morag enjoys either being in the outdoors, hillwalking and scrambling, or crafting.


Emma our podiatrist is qualified and experienced in a wide range of podiatry treatments. Emma also has a Post Graduate Certificate in Podopaediatrics (Children).


Sue looks after the administration and reception in the clinic and keeps things running smoothly. She organises the 5 Pilates classes run by the clinic, no mean feat.