Have you started to think about Christmas yet?
It can be overwhelming to think of unique gift ideas, and we think giving a gift of massage is always a welcomed present, and always greatly appreciated.
You will receive a Christmas presentation box, containing a 60 minute massage voucher and either a selection of Bayliss & Harding or Fuzzy Duck products and chocolate.
Your massage voucher can be used for a choice of:
Sports/Deep Tissue Massage (including Hot Stone with Akin)
Relaxing Massage (including Hot Stone with Akin)
Helen Duggan - Clinic Administator
Helen joined the team in 2023 to over see the running of the Clinic .
Originally from London, and now living in West Sussex, she comes with a wealth of experience. Her career to date has involved working in customer service, reception, and administrative roles, at Gatwick Airport and more recently within the NHS.
Helen oversees the smooth running of the clinic, and is our first point of contact.
Her aim is to welcome you and ensure your client experience runs as smoothly as possible.
Helen is contactable on 01293 277878, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline Kiromitis-Hide – Massage Specialist
I started my journey when I recognised the impact and general benefits of massage on people’s wellbeing and decided to train at St Marys University, Twickenham to become an ITEC qualified Massage Therapist and Member of the FHT, Federation of holistic therapies.
With some 30 years in the Aviation Industry where the associated Customer Service elements were so important to me, coupled with being a Wife and a Mum, I have developed a strong passion to help people to feel well and relaxed.
I help people to deal with the stresses of everyday life, and for help with aches or pains from sports or recovering from injuries.
Julian Newhill - Osteopath
Julian Newhill is a qualified Osteopath, Sports Massage Therapist and acupuncturist. He completed a 4 year Masters Degree in Osteopathy and is registered with both the General Osteopathic Council and Institute of Osteopathy.
Julian runs clinics in Horley and London and has previously worked at the British School of Osteopathy and consulted at a private orthopaedic hospital in Kent
Steve Brown - Physiotherapist
Steve graduated with First Class honours in his BSc (hons) Sports Science degree, from the University of Brighton in 2005. He continued his studies at the University, graduating with a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science (Physiotherapy) in 2008.
He spent the later part of 2008, and early 2009, volunteering at a school for children with special needs, in Thika Kenya and working with the Kenyan national football team. Upon his return, Steve entered into the National Health Service, where he spent 20 months completing his junior rotations at Eastbourne District General Hospital and East Surrey Hospital.
Steve has a strong interest in sport, and in particular football. He combined his full time NHS post with working within the Crystal Palace Football Club Academy in the 2009/10 season. To further his specialisation in Sports Physiotherapy, Steve left the NHS in July 2010 to take the post of Head of Youth Physiotherapy at Plymouth Argyle Football Club. At the beginning of the 2011/12 season, Steve started working at Millwall Football Club as a First Team Physiotherapist, where he remained for 5 1/2 years. In October 2016 Steve left Millwall to concentrate on his private practice.
Tracey Campbell - Family Homeopath
Tracey graduated from the London School of Classical Homeopathy in 2005 and is registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths.
Tracey has become known as the Family Homeopath because she works with Mums and their children. She might help the children first and then the Mum them comes for treatment.
Tracey has a special interest in supporting women through the transition of menopause, helping them with their associated symptoms. She also helps women with painful and irregular periods.
Elizabeth Mansfield - Reflexology/Reiki/Jin Shin Jyutsu
I bring many life experiences to my work as a Complementary Health Therapist, offering a compassionate understanding of the part that trauma and stress can play in our emotional, mental and physical wellbeing. Tensions and stress can be caused by many factors and, whilst I support clients with a variety of issues, I have a particular interest in working with women who are struggling to juggle and cope with the many demands that life can bring.
My initial training in natural therapies started some 25 years ago, when they helped my own recovery from incapacitating ill-health. The treatments I offer help to release accumulated tension and stress, unlock stuck emotions, and bring deep relaxation, helping to support the body’s own healing ability – and I offer an initial consultation to help you to decide whether Reflexology, Reiki, Jin Shin Jyutsu or Essential Emotions Coaching, or a combination, may best support you.
Tracy Evans - Craniosacral Therapist
My interest in Craniosacral Therapy (CST) started after my son was treated following a traumatic birth. It made a real difference to both him and me. I consequently had regular CST sessions during my second pregnancy and after the birth of my daughter. I was so impressed and inspired, I decided that this was the path for me and enrolled on a 3 year training. I am passionate about helping and supporting mothers and babies throughout pregnancy, following birth and during those early formative years.
My Craniosacral life consists of both private practice and teaching.
I have been in private practice since 2004 and am based at the Surrey Injury Clinic in Horley, Surrey, where I hold a clinic two days a week.
I am an international teacher of Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy. I am a Director and Co-Founder of Circle Cranio, a biodynamic craniosacral school based in Exeter - https://circlecranio.com. where we bring a new and innovative approach to graduating the next generation of skilled practitioners.
My extensive teaching experience includes Course Director CTET, London before resigning in 2021. I also headed up their teaching clinic, as Clinic Director for over 10 years. I am a Senior Tutor on two foundation courses in Wroclaw, Poland and have taught in China, USA and assisted on trainings in Sweden.
I am an accredited Supervisor listed with the Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK. I have been in supervision myself since graduating in 2004 and consider it an essential part of being a practitioner.
I am registered with the International Association of Biodynamic Trainings (IABT) and hold an Advanced Biodynamic Diploma (ABD).
I am a member of both the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) & Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and I adhere to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of both associations.
Fiona Grieveson - Psychodynamic Psychotherapist
I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist offering short and long-term counselling and psychotherapy for adults.
A registered member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), I practice according to the Ethical Framework and receive regular supervision. I am also a trained assessor. I hold an enhanced DBS certificate and am fully insured.
Anna Payne - Hypnotherapy
For many years, I've combined sports massage, functional exercise, and Pilates in my professional work to assist individuals with physical issues. However, with my own arthritis, I was in search of a less physically demanding way to help others. My personal experience, and that of my family members, led me to realise that Hypnotherapy could assist people in healing and becoming their best selves whilst allowing me to continue to use the skills I had gained in my former professions.
After receiving the suggestion from my own Hypnotherapist, I trained at the Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy and now practice at the Surrey Injury Clinic in Horley, which offers a wide range of specialties. One of the most fulfilling aspects of my job is when a client expresses that their therapy has had a transformative impact on their life.
Hamed Qadiri - Ear Wax Solution
Mr Hamed Qadiri completed his BSc degree at University of Greenwich in 2016 and later qualified with a PGDip as a Physician Associate in 2018.
Since qualifying, he has worked in several hospitals across the UK in a broad range of specialties and has settled in the Primary Care sector for the last 3 years.
He is keen to further use his knowledge and skills in practice. He is committed to his patients and continuously receives positive feedback from both patients and colleagues.
Hamed prides himself in hard work and determination for his patients in order to give them the best clinical care they deserve
Located on the outskirts of Horley, Surrey Injury Clinic is easily accessible from both Surrey and Sussex, including Reigate, Redhill, Crawley, East Grinstead, Copthorne and surrounding areas