Damian Gargan


Member Osteopathic Council of Ireland 


Damian Gargan graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with a double degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and Osteopathy in 2005.

Damien initially worked in rural Australia before taking the opportunity to move to Dublin in 2007 where he practised for 3 years. During this time he also began to lecture, believing it added further to his practice skills and allowed him to become a more rounded practitioner. 


He then spent two years practicing in Melbourne, Australia where he gained experience in areas such as treatment of the elderly and chronic pain syndromes, before returning to Dublin in 2012.


Damian has always been a keen sportsman, and this interest has transferred into his work with a genuine passion for getting people active again. Along with sports related treatment, Damian has enjoyed much success in the treatment of back pain and migraines/headaches, as well as general aches and pains.


Damian treats with a predominately structural approach and uses a variety of techniques to help decrease pain levels and improve body function. These techniques include manipulation, soft tissue, functional and indirect techniques. 


Damian prides himself on being able to tailor treatments to best suit patients’ particular needs, thus providing them with the best possible treatment. 


Damian is a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.

Richard Doran-Sherlock



B.A.(Mod.) M.Ost
Member Osteopathic Council of Ireland

Member General Osteopathic Council

Richard is a 2020 graduate of Swansea University’s Integrated Masters programme in Osteopathy, where he focused on researching evidence based approaches to pain management and rehabilitation. 


In addition to accruing over 1,000 hours of supervised osteopathic clinical practice as part of his training, Richard has spent a year working in an NHS musculoskeletal referral clinic with persistent pain patients, and has three years of experience working with a personal training company as a massage therapist, assisting clients of all ages in managing pain and advising the personal trainers on implementing current research into training programmes.  


Richard’s treatment style is grounded in a structural approach, with the principle aim of returning patients to active movement based on their unique values and goals.   


Richard is a keen hiker and wildlife enthusiast, and has conducted research on the health benefits of engagement with natural environments.     

Richard is a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.

Jonathan Wills



Member Osteopathic Council of Ireland

Jonathan graduated with a Masters Degree in Osteopathic medicine and a Diploma in naturopathy in 2011 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine which take s naturopathic, whole body approach to Osteopathy. In this course, Jonathan also studied visceral osteopathy, which aims to treat the viscera and organs of the body via an osteopathic approach.

Jonathan's career in health started in his training as a gym instructor, then as a personal trainer, followed by sports therapy, all prior to his osteopathic studies. This allows Jonathan to help prescribe rehabilitation exercises, further aiding in patients recovery.

After graduation, Jonathan moved home to Dublin, where he has been working as an Osteopath ever since.

Jonathan treats structurally, using a whole-body approach via direct and indirect techniques, joint mobilisation and manipulation, and occasionally visceral techniques when needed.

Jonathan is a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland