Based in Guildford town centre, Kinesis Clinic prides itself on providing the highest quality of Osteopathic and injury rehabilitation services. Treatment can include a full diagnostic biomechanical assessment, manual treatment, prescribed exercises and sports specific rehabilitation.
Principal Osteopath & Clinic Director M.Ost, BA (Hons) FAFS, CAFS, NG360 GPS.
Barry has been working as a musculoskeletal therapist since 2003. He has a Masters in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy London and specialises in combining A.R.T.® and Graston Technique®. He is currently studying for his doctorate at Portsmouth university in Sport, Exercise and Health Science. Specialising in a rigorous program of advanced study and research into injury prediction and specific tissue flexibility.
Barry has a particular passion for injury prevention and rehabilitation after suffering from a neck injury at an early age while playing rugby. He has focused his training in this area by completing his postgraduate study at the internationally acclaimed Gray Institute of Applied Functional Science in Michigan U.S.A. As well as Osteopathy and movement rehabilitation, He is also certified in Active release technique (A.R.T.®) making Kinesis Clinic Guildford’s only A.R.T. based movement-treatment facility.He is also a registered member of the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy.
As Principle Osteopath and clinic director, he has selected a team of professionals that work closely together. This is achieved by building upon patient education; effective treatment plans, functional exercise programs that engage patients through the process.
His patients include England, Surrey and Guildford cricket players as well as Guildford Flames Ice hockey team, Elite, ultra runners and works closely with national and European PGA golf professionals. Barry has always had a keen interest in sport and now lives in central Guildford with his wife and two children.
MOVEMENT SPECIALIST AND MANUAL THERAPIST. Sport Rehabilitation, GSR, BSc (Hons), FAFS, FMR, CAFS, OMT
Zaneta has been working with clients and professional sports players for several years, including National Gibraltar Rugby and Frist League Football teams. She has recently completed a Fellowship Of Applied Functional Science at the world-famous Gray Institute, in Michigan, USA. This has provided her with unique skills as a functional movement professional.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Rehabilitation from St Mary’s University (Twickenham, UK) in 2013 and was also studying Physiotherapy at the Sports Academy (Warsaw, Poland) in 2003.
Zaneta is passionate about movement and understanding the body in its functional context. Therefore, her treatment is focused on the origin of the problem. She treats patients as individuals, and by treating their whole body she assists them in reaching their personal goals. She provides patients with long term pain relief and dysfunction, rather than just treating the symptoms.
Furthermore, she has strong soft tissue therapy skills including Sports Massage, Trigger-point Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, Myofascial Release, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM), Kinesio and Myofascial Tapping and Medical Acupuncture.
She has a background in athletics including running, swimming, dancing and CrossFit. She is now permanently based in Guildford where she lives with her son.
Sports Massage Therapist and Sports Injury Rehabilitator BSc (Hons) MBASRaT
Hana graduated from The University of The West of England, with an honours degree in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation in 2010.
Since then, she has worked with a variety of athletes and sports teams, including Leicester Tigers rugby union club and Bristol City Football Academy. Both providing her with an excellent insight into sports rehabilitation and injury prevention, as well as sound skills in sports massage. In 2009, Hana attended the Special Olympics providing massage and sports therapy to athletes with disabilities.
With a keen interest in providing therapeutic massage and soft tissue therapies she aims to provide a holistic approach in her work, by focusing not only on the problem and symptoms but also the cause. She offers patients methods of prevention and sets realistic goals to avoid future injury.
Hana continues to focus her efforts in sports massage therapy, working with local sports teams and providing therapeutic massage as a way of relieving everyday related stresses and strains.
Alongside a background in gymnastics and competitive swimming, she also enjoys skiing, surfing, running, dancing and attending exercise classes. Hana now lives in Guildford with her husband.
Associate Osteopath M.Ost
Jason has a Masters in Osteopathy from The London School of Osteopathy, one of the UK's leading providers of osteopathic education. He is also qualified in dry needing and injury taping.
He has a keen interest in working with elite athletes specialising in sports injuries. Jason is fully qualified in sports massage, working as a practitioner in multi-discipline clinics for a number of years.
Currently working with the West London Track and Field team at Brunel University, Jason provides both track side support and rehabilitation training to a wide range of athletes across many disciplines.
He is also part of the medical support team, offering osteopathic treatment and sports massage to both the Harlequins Amateur Rugby Football Club in Twickenham and the Great Britain Karate National Team.
Previously, Jason has worked with Speedworks, a training system designed to develop talented athletes into successful performers, at Lee Valley Athletics Centre offering osteopathic treatment and exercise rehabilitation to the elite and developing athletes
Jason lives in Surrey with his wife and two children and has a keen interest in general fitness and martial arts. Haven taken part in various martial arts including Judo, Jiu Jitsu and Wing Chun.