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.