Telephone: 01788 560646
69 Albert Street, Rugby,
Warwickshire, CV21 2SN.
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Osteopathy for Mother's & Children

Adam Sheridan


Adam studied osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) and qualified in 1988. He developed his special interest in Sport’s medicine working in the Sport’s clinic at the BSO. He worked in London for a year until moving to the Midlands to work in Leamington Spa. Adam established the Rugby Osteopathic Centre in Rugby in 1989 which has now developed into one of the largest multidisciplinary practices in the Midlands.

Adam took over the chairmanship of the Midlands' Osteopathic Group between 1995 and 1997, which organised the Continual Professional Development (CPD) for osteopaths in the area. Adam now co-ordinates the Rugby Osteopathic Centre’s CPD programme bringing together the expertise of our health professionals to benefit our patients.

Adam has a special interest in the bio-mechanics of injury, gait analysis, running technique advice, sports rehabilitation and primary movement analysis.

When not at work Adam enjoys training with the rugby triathlon club and running around Draycote. He is also studying ceramics at Warwickshire College and enjoys his allotment.

Jo Sheridan

D.O.  Hons. 

Jo studied to be an Osteopath at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in London after having completed a Biology degree at Sussex University. She was student union president and graduated with Honours in 1989. She was also awarded the Gold Medal which is occasionally awarded to a student of extreme merit. She returned to work as a clinic tutor at the BSO.

Jo set up a multi-disciplinary practice in Coventry working closely with a homeopath, podiatrist, and acupuncturist where she worked for 10 years. This is where she developed her special interest in working with women and children.  

In 2001 she joined her husband, Adam, at the Rugby Osteopathic Centre. At the same time they moved with their children from Coventry to live in Dunchurch.

Jo specialises in the treatment of women and children, ranging from new-borns through to expectant mothers and elderly women. Jo’s special interests also include doing work placement assessments and the treatment of cervico-genic headaches. Jo’s treatment is gentle and includes cranial osteopathic treatment.

Jo and Adam’s three children are now young adults either still at university or starting their new careers. Now that Jo has more free time she enjoys textile art including saori weaving, making cards, swimming and Pilates.


Liam Halton

BSc (Hons) Ost

Liam graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Osteopathy after returning to education in 1997 as a mature student following a career in purchasing with Massey Fergusson.

Liam’s interest in osteopathy developed after having treatment for various sports injuries; “I always found that treatment helped me return to fitness much faster and that my general health improved.”  This inspired Liam to change his career path and retrain as an osteopath. 

Liam has experience in treating adults and children using a wide range of techniques and continues his professional development by attending post-graduate courses and seminars including Medical Acupuncture.

Liam is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GosC), the statutory body that is responsible for the regulation of osteopaths in the UK and a member of the British Osteopathic Association and the British Medical Acupuncture Assocation. 


Nicolas Train


Nicolas graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy, London.

During his studies he developed a special interest in the treatment of chronic pain and the management of complex cases. He was fortunate enough to have been part of the NHS-funded OsteoMAP project, one of the first large-scale programmes integrating the hands-on aspects of Osteopathy with mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to support people with persistent pain.

Prior to becoming an Osteopath, Nicolas was able to develop his analytical skills through his passion for the natural sciences and studying Physics in Germany. This has proven to be very useful in solving the complex presentations frequently seen in Osteopathic practice. He is still incredibly happy about his change in career direction as he is able to positively engage with people more directly.

In his spare time Nicolas loves to cook with his partner and for his friends, experimenting with ingredients to create new dishes or rediscover old ones. He also enjoys travelling to his home countries, France and Germany, to visit family and to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and delicious food that both have to offer.



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