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Meet the Team


We are a six practitioners dedicated to helping you to optimise your health and wellbeing. Between us we have a wealth of experience across a range of therapies.

Click on the images to find out more about each therapist.

Tilly Calvert

Osteopath

Charlotte Hall

Theraputic Counsellor

Alice Morgan

Physiotherapist

April Boardman

Holistic Therapist

Ellie Evans

Physiotherapist

Nina Walmsley

Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist

Meet the Team


We are a nine-strong team dedicated to helping you to optimise your health and wellbeing. Between us we have a wealth of experience across a range of therapies.

Scroll down to find out more about each therapist.

Tilly Calvert

Tilly Calvert

Osteopath

BSc (Hons) Physiology, DO Osteopath

Tilly has lived in this part of England all her life, growing up in Herefordshire on her grandparent’s farm before studying Physiology at the University of Bristol.

After graduating, she went to on to study osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent. She graduated from there in 1989 and returned to Herefordshire to work alongside Nicholas Handoll, where she expanded her knowledge of cranial osteopathy.

Since then Tilly has run her own practices, based first in Presteigne, then in Ludlow, and now here at the Wetmore Clinic.

Tilly treats patients of all ages from newborn babies and older children to the elderly, using a blend of classical and cranial osteopathy. She has spent many years further developing her cranial skills through courses at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.

In addition, she has a particular interest in shoulder care and has attended courses on the Niel-Asher Technique for frozen shoulder management as well as ICT1 and KT2 kinesio taping courses.

Alice Morgan

Alice Morgan

Physiotherapist

APPI Pilates

Alice grew up on a farm only a few miles away from the clinic. She is a keen equestrian. Growing up on a farm and having an active outdoor life Alice has seen first-hand the importance of exercise and activity to a person’s quality of life. As a physiotherapist Alice is passionate about helping people return to an active lifestyle and promote their health and wellbeing. She has more recently completed a sports massage course and completed her Pilates matwork training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates institute ‘APPI’, and has added the significant benefits of Pilates and sports massage to her work..

Alice Graduated in 2016 from Kings College London, she then gained extensive experience working in a leading London Hospital. Missing her horses and dogs she then returned to Shropshire and is currently working as a senior NHS musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She joins us part time alongside her clinical NHS work. Her combination of physiotherapy Pilates and sports massage experience makes her brilliantly equipped to help you, our patients, recover from injury, improve your movement patterns and develop better health and fitness and provide you with the tools to help yourself at home in every-day life.

Charlotte Hall

Charlotte Hall

Theraputic Counsellor

Accred. BACP

Charlotte graduated from Hereford Technology College in 2008 with a Diploma in Counselling. She has worked at an independent practice in Ludlow which offers counselling to NHS funded referrals from local surgeries and to private clients.

Over the last 8 years she has gained valuable experience working with people who present with a wide range of issues. Through listening, exploring and understanding, she collaborates with her clients and supports them in finding clarity and resolution to their problems.

Along side this, in 2009, Charlotte worked as a volunteer for Impact, an alcohol advisory service, based in Shrewsbury for 10 months. She followed on from this with studying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( CBT ) at Newport University. These experiences helped inform her of which direction as a counsellor she wished to go. She decided to follow her heart and become a Person Centred Counsellor as that best suits her personality and values.  Charlotte works primarily from this approach, which is a talking and listening therapy, offering empathic understanding and non-judgemental support to her clients. She brings CBT and Transactional Analysis into her work when she feels it will benefit her clients.

In 2012 Charlotte gained her Accreditation with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She maintains her Accreditation through continued yearly professional development and attends workshops regularly.

Charlotte sees individuals, couples and young people, 11 years upwards.

Ellie Evans

Ellie Evans

Neuro-Physiotherapist

MRCP Physiotherapist
APPI Pilates

From an early age Ellie has been passionate and inspired by how physiotherapy can be used to promote physical well being and independence after requiring intense physiotherapy herself. 

 Since graduating from King’s College London in 2012, Ellie has worked in the private and NHS sectors and has become specialised in Neurological Rehabilitation. She has completed APPI Matwork courses 1 and 2 and the APPI Neurological Pilates course.

Ellie integrates her experience of working as a sports masseuse in the French Alps into her treatment and her knowledge of adapted Tai Chi exercises to create treatment programmes that are individualised and holistic. 

Ellie continues to develop her physiotherapy skills and aims to motivate individuals to achieve their physical goals. 

April Boardman

April Boardman

Holistic Therapist

ITEC IHBC Dip HE Dip Hyp Reiki Master

 

April has over 30 years of experience of working in the caring professions, having attained a Diploma in Health Care in the 1990s and worked in both the Health and Social Care Sector for a number of years as a Care Assessor, Manager and Living Well Adviser, she is passionate about helping people to achieve their optimum well-being. She became self-employed as a Holistic Therapist and Reiki Teacher in 2004.

 

She has studied various forms of massage and works very intuitively to remedy presenting issues, using various techniques including, Deep Tissue, Hands-Free Massage, Aromatherapy, Trigger point therapy, Seated Massage and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

 

She is also a Reflexologist, Hypnotherapist and Reiki Master Practitioner Teacher and maintaining high standards is continually adding to her professional development. April refers to herself as a Holistic Therapist because she believes in treating the whole person.

Here are just one of the reviews from many of her clients to testify that this approach works.

 

“ When I was looking for a therapist I was very wary of letting someone I didn’t know get their hands on my neck, back and shoulders. However, I was impressed by the range of April’s qualifications and decided to give her a try. I knew right away I had made a good choice. April is professional, knowledgeable, friendly but not over-friendly and helps you to relax. The stiffness in my neck and shoulders has definitely improved since visiting April and I have no hesitation in recommending her” Caroline F Somerset

 

April is married and relocated from Somerset to Shropshire to be closer to her daughter and two young grandsons. She loves open water swimming, art, the countryside, motorbikes, live music and singing.

Nina Walmsley

Nina Walmsley

Massage Therapist

MSc Sport Science Degree, ISRM BTEC Level 5 professional diploma in soft tissue therapy. YMCA Personal trainer Level 3, Nutritional Management, Ante and Postnatal exercise, Level 3 First Aid. 

 

Nina studied Sports Science at university 30 years ago and has immersed herself in health, fitness, and wellbeing ever since. She works as a personal trainer and runs fitness classes for both mums and seniors (www.futurefamilyfitness.co.uk). After qualifying as a level 5 soft tissue therapist with the ISRM Nina has really enjoyed adding soft tissue massage therapy to her client care. She enjoys helping people to get back on track through massage and supporting their fitness training. Soft tissue massage can be very beneficial to support clients who are suffering with back and neck stiffness, stress and headaches and when recovering from injury. Massage, exercise and rehabilitation advice can aid your health and wellbeing, sports performance, and injury recovery. 

Nina uses a range of deep tissue massage, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue release and neuromuscular techniques in her treatments to help you move more freely and comfortably. Regular massage can really help reduce stress, encourage better quality sleep and help improve posture as well as being an aid to recovery from sporting activity. With her many years of personal training experience, she has the knowledge to guide you through and help you improve your fitness, encouraging strength and flexibility and supporting long-term healthy changes. 

Nina is herself, a passionate cyclist, fell runner and skier and spends many weekends running with her dog while her daughters trot along on ponies. Home cooking and the health benefits of a good diet play an important part in family life. 

She brings positivity and enthusiasm to everything she does and works with people of all ages from young children to the elderly. It’s never too late to aim to improve your quality of life, health, and fitness. We are delighted to have Nina as part of the Wetmore Clinic team.

Tilly Calvert,  

BSc (Hons) Physiology, DO Osteopath

Osteopath 

(temporarily on leave)

Tilly has lived in this part of England all her life, growing up in Herefordshire on her grandparent’s farm before studying Physiology at the University of Bristol.

After graduating, she went to on to study osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent. She graduated from there in 1989 and returned to Herefordshire to work alongside Nicholas Handoll, where she expanded her knowledge of cranial osteopathy.

“It is a privilege to be able to spend my life working at something I love so much. Osteopathy is endless in its concepts and even after 30 years I’m still learning and growing. I hope I’ll still be doing that when I’m too old to carry on!”

Since then Tilly has run her own practices, based first in Presteigne, then in Ludlow, and in 2015 founded The Wetmore Clinic.

Tilly treats patients of all ages from newborn babies and older children to the elderly, using a blend of classical, cranial and myofascial osteopathy. Often looking after 3-4 generation of a family. She has spent many years further developing her skills through courses at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy and in association with all the main postgraduate osteopathic institutions. In addition, she has a particular interest in shoulder care and has attended courses on the Niel-Asher Technique for frozen shoulder management as well as KT1 and KT2 kinesio taping courses. She is a member of The college of medicine which aims to create a more collaborative interdisciplinary approach to medicine. Encouraging patients to take personal control of their health and wellbeing with our assistance. They have coined the term ‘Social prescribing’.

“I’m passionate about helping people return to an active lifestyle and increase their health and wellbeing.”

Alice Morgan

BSc (Hons)

Physiotherapy, Pilates & Sports Massage

Alice grew up on a farm only a few miles away from the clinic. She is a keen equestrian. Growing up on a farm and having an active outdoor life Alice has seen first-hand the importance of exercise and activity to a person’s quality of life. She has more recently completed a sports massage course and completed her Pilates matwork training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates institute ‘APPI’, and has added the significant benefits of Pilates and sports massage to her work.

Alice Graduated in 2016 from Kings College London, she then gained extensive experience working in a leading London Hospital. Missing her horses and dogs she then returned to Shropshire and is currently working as a senior NHS musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She joins us part time alongside her clinical NHS work. Her combination of physiotherapy Pilates and sports massage experience makes her brilliantly equipped to help you, our patients, recover from injury, improve your movement patterns and develop better health and fitness and provide you with the tools to help yourself at home in every-day life.

 

Charlotte Hall

Accred. BACP

Theraputic Counsellor

What is counselling

Counselling is held in a safe confidential space where I will help you to explore and understand what is troubling you. You may be surprised to know that talking to someonewho will listen empathetically can make a difference. We hold so many thoughts in our heads, we may struggle to make sense of our feelings and so we find it difficult to verbalise what is going on, often for fear of upsetting or offending our loved ones or even ourselves. I will work with you to unlock those fears. Together we can talk listen and share, which naturally evolves into you finding some new clarityor new learning to enable you to move forward. Whatever you bring to the conselling room I am here to help you.

“Having the ability to learn and understand oneself can enable a healthy emotional wellbeing, which is empowering and rewarding.”

Charlotte graduated from Hereford Technology College in 2008 with a Diploma in Counselling.

Over the last 10 years she has gained valuable experience at an independent practice in Ludlow working with people who present with a wide range of issues.

Along side this, in 2009, Charlotte worked as a volunteer for Impact, an alcohol advisory service, based in Shrewsbury for 10 months. She followed on from this with studying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( CBT ) at Newport University before becoming a Person Centred Counsellor.  Charlotte works primarily from this approach, which is a talking and listening therapy, offering empathic understanding and non-judgemental support to her clients. She brings CBT and Transactional Analysis into her work when she feels it will benefit her clients.

In 2012 Charlotte gained her Accreditation with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She maintains her Accreditation through continued yearly professional development and attends workshops regularly.

She sees individuals, couples and young people, 11 years upwards. She works from 10.00 am weekdays except Tuesdays. She offers evening appointments.

“Being part of a patient’s rehabilitation programme is immensely rewarding”

Ellie Evans

Physiotherapist BSc (Hons)

Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute Certified Pilates Teacher

Physiotherapist

From an early age Ellie has been passionate and inspired by how physiotherapy can be used to promote physical well being and independence after requiring intense physiotherapy herself.

Since graduating from King’s College London in 2012, Ellie has worked in the private and NHS sectors.  Currently Ellie works three days a week at Wetmore Clinic and two days a week for the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust as a Specialist Orthopaedic Physiotherapist.

Since April 2017 Ellie has been teaching pilates to both small groups and 1:1 classes.  She has also done a ski season in the French Alps where she worked as a sports masseuse. This combination of experience with her work as a Physiotherapist has meant that Ellie can provide treatment programmes that are holisitic and indiviualised.

Ellie continues to develop her physiotherapy skills through attending regular courses and her main aim is to motivate others to achieve their goals.

April Boardman

ITEC IHBC Dip HE Dip Hyp Reiki Master

Holistic Therapist

April has over 30 years of experience of working in the caring professions, having attained a Diploma in Health Care in the 1990s and worked in both the Health and Social Care Sector for a number of years as a Care Assessor, Manager and Living Well Adviser, she is passionate about helping people to achieve their optimum well-being. She became self-employed as a Holistic Therapist and Reiki Teacher in 2004.

 

She has studied various forms of massage and works very intuitively to remedy presenting issues, using various techniques including, Deep Tissue, Hands-Free Massage, Aromatherapy, Trigger point therapy, Seated Massage and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

 

She is also a Reflexologist, Hypnotherapist and Reiki Master Practitioner Teacher and maintaining high standards is continually adding to her professional development. April refers to herself as a Holistic Therapist because she believes in treating the whole person.

“Our emotional, spiritual and mental health can have a great impact on our physical being and vice versa. Holistic treatment takes into account all of these factors.”

Here are just one of the reviews from many of her clients to testify that this approach works.

 

“ When I was looking for a therapist I was very wary of letting someone I didn’t know get their hands on my neck, back and shoulders. However, I was impressed by the range of April’s qualifications and decided to give her a try. I knew right away I had made a good choice. April is professional, knowledgeable, friendly but not over-friendly and helps you to relax. The stiffness in my neck and shoulders has definitely improved since visiting April and I have no hesitation in recommending her” Caroline F Somerset

 

April is married and relocated from Somerset to Shropshire to be closer to her daughter and two young grandsons. She loves open water swimming, art, the countryside, motorbikes, live music and singing.

Nina Walmsley

MSc Sport Science Degree, ISRM BTEC Level 5 professional diploma in soft tissue therapy. YMCA Personal trainer Level 3, Nutritional Management, Ante and Postnatal exercise, Level 3 First Aid. 

Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist

Nina studied Sports Science at university 30 years ago and has immersed herself in health, fitness, and wellbeing ever since. She works as a personal trainer and runs fitness classes for both mums and seniors (www.futurefamilyfitness.co.uk). After qualifying as a level 5 soft tissue therapist with the ISRM Nina has really enjoyed adding soft tissue massage therapy to her client care. She enjoys helping people to get back on track through massage and supporting their fitness training. Soft tissue massage can be very beneficial to support clients who are suffering with back and neck stiffness, stress and headaches and when recovering from injury. Massage, exercise and rehabilitation advice can aid your health and wellbeing, sports performance, and injury recovery. 

Nina uses a range of deep tissue massage, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue release and neuromuscular techniques in her treatments to help you move more freely and comfortably. Regular massage can really help reduce stress, encourage better quality sleep and help improve posture as well as being an aid to recovery from sporting activity. 

With her many years of personal training experience, she has the knowledge to guide you through and help you improve your fitness, encouraging strength and flexibility and supporting long-term healthy changes. 

Nina is herself, a passionate cyclist, fell runner and skier and spends many weekends running with her dog while her daughters trot along on ponies. Home cooking and the health benefits of a good diet play an important part in family life. 

She brings positivity and enthusiasm to everything she does and works with people of all ages from young children to the elderly. It’s never too late to aim to improve your quality of life, health, and fitness. We are delighted to have Nina as part of the Wetmore Clinic team.

We’re here 5 days a week  

9am-5pm.

Wetmore Farm
Onibury
Craven Arms
SY7 9BH

 

01584 856 888

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