Lucy graduated from the European Schoolof Osteopathy in 1999. After graduating she worked in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.
She then moved to join a practice in Christchurch, New Zealand where she worked for two years.
On her return to the UK she joined Warwick Square Osteopths in January 2004.
She has an interest in the treatment of horses having successfully completed a postgraduate diploma in Animal Osteopathy
Lucy Crow BSc (Hons) Ost
Stephen Bolger MA BSc (Hons) Ost
Stephen, after 21 successful years at WSQO, retired at the end of November 2020.
Anna graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2000 then worked in New Zealand for eighteen months.
On returning to the UK she lived in Northampton where she joined a practice and was a senior lecturer at Oxford Brooks University.
Anna moved to Cumbria in 2011 where she could pursue her interest in fell walking. She joined Warwick Square Osteopaths in the same year
Carl joined the practice in August 2018 after graduating from University College of Osteopathy.
His previous career had been in fashion retailing where he had been manager of Paul Smith in London.
He has qualified and worked as a Yoga teacher, Reiki practitioner, Fitness instructor and Sports masseur.
Carl also has interest in photography, languages and music.
Beverley joine the practice in October 2011. Previously she has worked in Recruitment and Training.
She travelled extensively in Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, North and South America.
Beverley is now a mother of one and has a special interest in fitness and nutrition
Anna Lang BSc (Hons) Ost
Carl Simmonds BSc (Hons) M Ost
Joanna joined the practice in 2020
I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1989. After graduation I ran my own practice in Birmingham then North Wales. I relocated to Cumbria and joined Warwick Square in 2001. In 2003 I trained in medical acupuncture which I use in conjunction with Osteopathy. In 2016 I gained Fellowship of the Sutherland Cranial College on completing their Modular Pathway in Postgraduate Cranial Osteopathy. This covered all aspects of cranial osteopathy including paediatric modules. As a result of this course I have a special interest in treating jaw and tempero-mandibular joint(TMJ) problems.
I am a keen sportswoman and have an active interest in treating sports injuries. I have a love of the fells and a good level of experience in many outdoor sports. For the past 5 years I have been fell running regularly, with a preference for ultra distances.
Alison Munford DO FSCCO
Navin joined the practice in the summer of 2003, qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in London, now known as the University College of Osteopaths.
Having been involved with amateur and professional football clubs he has always had an interest in treating sporting injuries using a combination of Traditional Osteopathy and Medical Acupuncture.
In 2015 he qualified as a Mindfulness teacher and found that it complemented his work as an osteopath very well. The causes of chronic pain can often go deeper than just the physical level.
“Mindfulness breathing techniques and Cranial Osteopathy can help patients to manage their long term pain and sometimes resolve it.”
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Elizabeth's upbringing on a farm in the Lakes sparked off her interest in anatomy and physiology.
She studied at the British School of Osteopathy in London.
She returned to Cumbria in 1998 and joined Warwick Square Osteopaths where she enjoys working alongside other osteopaths in a friendly and stimulating environment. She has also worked as a visiting osteopath at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in Manchester. Whilst there, she completed the first year of a masters degree in Paediatric Osteopathy before having her first child.
Elizabeth became a member of the Sutherland Cranial College after undertaking a post graduate course in cranial osteopathy. Her array of skllls enables Elizabeth to treat a wide range of complaints in all age groups
Mandy worked as a physiotherapist having graduated from Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh.
She took time out to raise her family, returning to work in 2004, having trained as a Pilates instructor.
She now runs a busy Pilates practice both at Warwick Square and elsewhere. Elongside this she is also one of the receptionists in the practice and enjoys being part of a busy working team.