Barry qualified as an osteopath in 2008 after a career as a solicitor working in private practice. Since qualifying Barry has been training osteopaths in the UK and abroad, teaching in Italy, Portugal, Scotland, Spain and Israel.
For over 10 years Barry lectured at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. He taught Osteopathic techniques, Biomechanics and was a clinic tutor. For the past 2 years Barry has been teaching at the University College of Osteopathy, where he is a clinic tutor and lectures all aspects of professionalism.
Barry worked as an Osteopath at the London 2012 Olympic Games and at the 2017 World Para Athletics championships in London. He has also worked in Rugby (at interntional level) and professional football (Barnet FC). Barry has been awarded a level 3 advanced pathway by the Osteopathic Sports Care Association as recognition of his expertise when treating elite athletes.
Barry has been working as an osteopath since 2008 and treats all ages. He has a special interest in sports injuies and wrote his Masters dissertation on headaches, a further area of expertise when treating patients.
Barry sits on the panel of Professional Conduct Committee at the General Osteopathic Council. He is regularly involved in hearings and seeks to maintain the highest professional standards in osteopathy.
Barry is a keen runner and cyclist and enjoys triathlons and duathlons. He has competedin both Table Tennis and Volleyball and still plays Sunday league football.
Orchard House Health
50 The Drive
Temporary Session During Phased Return to Clinic Due to Covid19
(Nick & Tom)
09.00 - 18.00
Nick and Tom Lecturing all day
9.00 - 16.00
(Tom Lecturing all day)
(Nick & Tom)
09.00 - 13.00
2.00 - 17.00
Morning by arrangement (Nick)
To make an appointment or to check availability please call
all sessions are £50 per session.