Bronwyn Clifford

Bronwyn Clifford – Chartered Physiotherapist and Ergonomic Consultant

Bronwyn is the founder and owner of Ergo at Work Ltd. She gained her physiotherapy degree from the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand and  completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Ergonomics from the University of Surrey in 2001.

Bronwyn has since worked as an Ergonomics Consultant supporting a range of companies from small local charities to large corporates.

Bronwyn is a Registered Member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE) and spent 4 years on their executive committee as the Publicity Officer and is also registered with the Health Professions Council.

She continues to assist the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy with media campaigns surrounding work related disorders such as back pain and Repetitive Strain injury.

Usula Antolik

Ursula Antolik – Chartered Physiotherapist and Ergonomic Consultant

Ursula qualified as a physiotherapist in 1996 from the University of Southampton. In 2001 Ursula moved into the field of Occupational Health. She set-up and ran on-site physiotherapy clinics for various large companies across the UK.

Prior to joining Ergo at Work Ursula worked for a large private physiotherapy practice in the City of London. In addition to treating patients in the clinic, she also undertook workstation assessments for many large City banks. This experience built on her interest in rehabilitating patients with work related disorders and analysing workstations and work habits as part of this process.
Ursula finds this field of work particularly rewarding as people are often amazed at how small adjustments can bring about a dramatic improvement in their comfort at work. This in turn allows them to be more productive and enhances their own personal awareness of their working postures.

Ursula is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Usula Antolik

Emma McDonald – Chartered Physiotherapist and Ergonomic Consultant

Emma qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1988 and initially worked in the NHS before moving into private practice. She has been working as an ergonomic consultant since 2001. Emma has provided ergonomic services for a wide range of sectors including retail, independent schools, banks, large media corporations, and oil companies.

Emma is also a qualified Manual Handling trainer. Her experience as a Physiotherapist enables her to provide essential education and training to anyone undertaking manual handing tasks, with the additional value of postural awareness, understanding of body biomechanics and the importance of core stability.

Emma is registered with the Health Professions Council